Adding A Swimming Pool To Your Sun Room: Three Options To Consider

Posted on: 6 December 2017

Whether you don't have the space for a swimming pool in your backyard or you simply want a pool you can use year-round, converting a sunroom to a pool room is a great option. Work with your custom pool builder to create the design that works for you, and choose from any of the following options to create the indoor pool that meets your family's needs. Lap Pool If your swimming pool will be used largely for exercise, a lap pool may be right for you.
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Different Types Of Pools And What You Should Know About Them

Posted on: 25 October 2017

Building a pool is very exciting. Many people look forward to the utility of having a pool on their property. In fact, it is a great way to improve property values and add a great addition to your property for fun and entertainment. But knowing what kind of pool to install can be challenging. There are a lot of different options out there, which is why it is important to educate yourself before you commit to anything.
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3 Tips For Picking Your Pool's Location

Posted on: 7 August 2017

Upgrading your backyard with a swimming pool is an exciting prospect for increasing your comfort during hot months. Unfortunately, those who situate their new pool in a less than ideal location often end up having to deal with unforeseen problems. Here are three qualities that will help you determine the best location for your new pool. Aim for the greatest amount of sun exposure. Many people find themselves lured by the romantic notion of building their pool so that it lies beneath the overhanging branches of a tree.
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3 Things to Consider Before Purchasing a Pool

Posted on: 26 July 2017

Swimming pools are great to have in the summer to keep you cool, for fun and for entertaining. If you're considering investing in a swimming pool and adding it to your yard, there are a few things you should think about before making the purchase. See below for three things to consider to help you make your decision before taking the "plunge".  Homeowner's Association Rules First and foremost, if you have a homeowner's association that has rules and regulations, you may want to take a good look through them.
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