Making a Splash With a Small Swimming Pool
We are very lucky to live in a country where even during the winter months swimming pools do not go unused. With gardens and outdoor spaces decreasing, small swimming pools are growing in popularity, and here are some of the reasons why.
Environmentally Friendly and Cost-Effective
Simply put, small swimming pools use fewer chemicals, less electricity and less water, and by that token, they use less money. This makes them the ideal solution if you are looking into eco-friendly and cost-effective options.
Small swimming pools are also cheaper to install and maintain. Should you want to make sure your pool is ready for all year round swimming but worried about the amount of electricity this would take, then small swimming pools can easily be heated using solar panels.
Anyone who has or has had any kind of swimming pool can attest to the amount of time spent on the upkeep. With a small swimming pool, you can spend much less time cleaning and maintaining it, and much more time enjoying it.
Small pools are also much easier to drain as needed, and this makes it very easy for you to wipe down the inside of the pool to clean it and treat for algae.
Depending on the space you may have available to you, small swimming pools can be custom designed to work for what you need. As you can opt for concrete or vinyl for a smaller pool, these options are not as rigid as the large fibreglass options and can make custom designs much easier.
It is also easier to organically fit small swimming pools to space, and a cleverly designed pool can add the illusion of depth and size. Add a simple water feature for an air of sophistication and relaxation, or a small slide and tanning area for an aspect of whimsical summer fun.
Once your pool is designed and built, head along to our store to get your finishing touches or some expert advice on how to kit out your new investment.