inground pool construction Tag

Building an Indoor Pool: What You Need to Know

From Luxury Pools

Indoor Pools: Construction, Ventilation, Design & Cost

While many homeowners are perplexed at the prospect of undertaking an inground swimming pool project due to the complexities of design, costs, etc., the prospect of initiating an indoor pool project can be orders of magnitude more complex.  Adding an enclosure to an inground pool, climate control, and the special materials suited to a natatorium environment can increase both the cost and complexity of the construction process.  This post from Luxury Pools talks about all of the associated issues related to indoor pool construction and design, and is a great starting point for the intrepid homeowner that wishes to swim year-round.

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6 Things to Look for Before Hiring a Company to Install Your Pool 

From Pool FYI

Let's face it, you are most likely very knowledgeable in your chosen field.  You spent years learning your field of expertise, and probably are quite confident that you know enough to be considered an expert.  You have reached a certain level of success, and you have decided to reward your family with a new inground swimming pool.  It is also probably safe to say that you are most certainly not an expert in the inground swimming pool design and construction field. Swimming pools are complicated projects, involving many different construction trades and disciplines.  How to you approach the process of choosing an expert to not only deliver the finished product, but to hold your hand and ensure you that you are with the most professional, quality designer and builder possible?  This post from Pool FYI gives you six things to use when you are vetting your swimming pool company, to give you the confidence that you will be in good hands through this potentially confusing process.

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Stay Balanced  

From Hayward

Proper water balance in any swimming pool or hydrotherapy pool can mean the difference between a safe, comfortable environment and exposure to deadly diseases.  This is especially important in commercial environments, as the bather loads can reach into the hundreds a day, potentially exacerbating an already dangerous situation.  Additionally, properly balanced water is clean, comfortable, and leads to happy swimmers.  This post from Hayward gives some easy to follow guidelines for properly maintained water chemistry. This chart should be readily available to anyone charged with maintaning a clean, safe, commercial or residential swimming pool.

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