If you already have a swimming pool on your property, you might want to give it a new look in the New Year. You might want to make some changes with its design consistency or probably add a water body around it. You may also be considering a brand new landscape that goes well with your exterior and accentuates its beauty. Let’s have a quick look at a few rules, guidelines, and tips that will deliver you the best results
Pool Redesign/Reconstruction Guidelines – A Quick Glance
- The pool should be designed with a purposesuch as making it more functional or adding more features and accessories.
- Make sure that the extra space that you want to include in your already existing swimming pool is used efficiently.
- There should be a consistency of design.
- Balance out the hard and soft surfaces that you want to combine in your backyard adjacent to your pool.
1. Adding A Water Body
You can always think about adding a water body to your swimming pool. Make sure that it is not too imposing to prevent it from snatching away all the attention from your beautiful exterior. If you want to install a waterfall, you will have to take care of the filters and the cleanliness of the internal pipes, valves, and systems regularly. In the case of a still water body or a pond, you might have to replace the water regularly to prevent any algae or moss from forming inside it.
2. Repositioning Of Your Pool
This is something very critical and you will need the advice of a professional when you are trying to preposition your pool. According to any reputable pool construction company in your city, you will first have to ensure that it doesn’t eat into a large area of your backyard. Other than this, there are other guidelines as well such as:
- Avoid providing full parameter access to your new swimming pool
- You may have a single or double-sided access
- Reduce the size of the area that is within the pool fence because it won’t be used in the cold weather
- Make sure that your swimming pool is redesigned in a way that it is visible from various living areas of the home
3. Reimagining Your Pool Materials
A lot of homeowners do not pay attention to the pool aesthetics and redesign materials. This prevents them from incorporating various textures in and around their swimming pools. Let’s have a look at a few ideas:
- Install multi-colored concrete slabs on the path that leads to the entrance of the pool
- Choose a different texture for the tiles that you will install at the deeper ends of the pool
- Invest in artificial turf to line the boundary of the pool to prevent any slip and fall incidents
Now, wasn’t that interesting to read? The best part is that all of these changes can be carried out within your budget. These ideas are going to work wonders for the beauty and aesthetics of your swimming pool. Try them right away.