There are many potential uses for fiberglass pools in every home. They can provide somewhere to cool off during the hot summer months, they can provide a convenient place to exercise for the whole family, and they can offer a play area for kids and adults. Choose the type, including shape and dimensions, of pool that best suits your needs and your preferences and then choose a finish and colour that you like.
Choosing A Position
Ideally, your pool should be situated out of the wind, although it is possible to erect hedges and other windbreaks if you must situate a pool in a windy position. Most pools are installed at the rear of the property, and you should try to choose an area that is free from the shade of buildings and trees. Overhanging trees can also cause problems with fallen leaves and other debris entering the pool.
It is likely that your pool will be buried in the ground, giving it greater support and providing a better looking finish than an above ground pool. The area will need to be excavated, the soil and earth removed and disposed of, and the border made safe.
Most Perth pool companies, like Guardian Pools, will be able to recommend good quality landscaping companies that can help you achieve the look and finish you want from your garden, but you should mark out potential measurements, ensure that you have enough room, and live with the markings for a few days to be absolutely sure.
Pool Dimension And Shape
Fibreglass pools for Perth homeowners can come in an array of sizes and shapes. As well as rectangular pools, you can opt for kidney pools, lap pools, and luxuriously fashioned pools to suit any taste and any space.
A well-placed pool that is chosen according to how you will use the pool can add value to your property, and can also enhance the way you use your home.
What to know before putting in a pool, RealEstate.com.au
Choosing the location of your Pool or Spa, Swimming Pool & Spa Association Western Australia