How to Maximize Your Limited Space for the Construction of Your Inground Pool?     

» Posted by on Jul 7, 2020 in Pool Services | 0 comments

Is it even possible to construct a concrete swimming pool in a narrow or small backyard? This has been among the most frequently asked questions from those who own small properties yet plans to get an aquatic retreat. Well, thankfully, the answer to that would be “YES.” You can actually do that and maximize your own space with the following solutions to keep in mind.

Construct an inside spa

Pools with spas can multiply the benefits that can be provided by a mere pool. Another means of squeezing a spa into a small backyard is to include it into the interior of your pool. Usually, the place for an interior spa is either a cone corner of a straight/geometric-edge pool. The pool’s wall behind the spa develops nearly ½ to 2/3 of the structure of the spa. To separate the structure of the spa. To separate the interior of the spa from the pool and complete the structure of the spa, your contractor needs to build a “dam wall” that has a spillway.

Design vertical with water features

If buildable yard space is great, you wouldn’t want to compromise the deck’s square footage or your pool’s size for decorative features that require space. But, you can achieve some wonderful water features while maximizing the pool size. The key is to choose additional features that have a vertical orientation that needs minimal to zero horizontal areas. There are a lot of available options that you can choose from today. If your pool design has a tanning ledge, think about adding 1 to 3 bubbler water fountains to it.

Add walls

Pushing the location of the pool into the edge or corner of your yard is one of the space-saving tricks that work wonders. After that, come up with a pool design that utilizes one of the walls of the pool to do 2 or more additional roles. When your local codes don’t need an extra fence, the raised wall can make a boundary for your property as well to provide privacy and separate if from the yard of your neighbors.

Follow the space

For you to maximize your backyard space, consider opting for a pool shape that mimics the contours of your yard where you would like your aquatic retreat to follow. While considering this, hiring a smart pool contractor would be best because they can determine how to design your available space area that still adheres to the property line as near as the requirement for setback allows. Most of the time, using this technique will assist you in defining the size and shape of your pool.

Use any pockets

Some yards have a quirky shape. Others have part of the buildable space hindered by obstacles like the architectural support of columns, mature trees to protect, or a hillside. Depending on the pool’s location, shape, and size, the best option for this restricted space would be the pool entry steps, tanning ledge, bench, and an exterior spa.

If you are planning to construct infinity pools Miami in your small overviewing backyard, reach us today so we can help.

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