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Endless Pools garden installations

  • A garden installation is one of the most beautiful options.
  • It is more frequently chosen for milder climates.
  • In colder climates, owners usually close their outdoor Endless Pools for the winter. However, if you enjoy being a "polar bear," an outdoor pool can be insulated with as much as 6 inches of rigid foam for year round swimming.
  • The standard Endless Pool can be installed free-standing and above-ground, even in a garden. There is no need to do any excavation, unless you choose to do so.
  • There is no connection to household plumbing. You fill the pool with a garden hose and change the water once every year or two.

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  • One of the least-expensive options for installing your pool.
  • The easiest plan for do-it-yourselfers.
  • Excavation is not necessary.
  • Installation can be faster than for partial or full excavations.
  • Makes unwanted pool access more difficult for children and pets.
  • Pool's side walls keep debris from blowing in.
  • Design of your pool can be incorporated into a landscape design theme.
  • A concrete pad, which is recommended to support the pool, may need to be poured.
  • You may choose to install extra insulation around the free-standing pool to slow heat loss.
  • You may need an exterior step or stairway to enter the pool.
  • A fully or partially in-ground pool can be more attractive and accessible.

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  • Easiest access, because you can sit down on the side wall and then swing your legs into the pool. This is especially good for those with limited mobility.
  • An attractive way to show off your pool.
  • Pool's side walls keep debris from blowing in.
  • Design of your pool can be incorporated into a landscape design theme.
  • Partial excavation costs less than a full excavation.
  • Requires some excavation.
  • Excavation adds to the cost and complexity of your installation.

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  • One of the most attractive ways to show off your pool.
  • Easy access to pool.
  • Design of your pool can be incorporated into a landscape design theme.
  • Requires more excavation than a partially or fully above-ground pool.
  • Excavation adds to the cost and complexity of installation.
  • You may need to add our optional stairs to enter the pool.
  • You may need to take extra measures to limit access to the pool around small children and pets.

Outdoor Pool Considerations

  • We strongly recommend the optional retractable security cover (manual or automatic) to keep out debris and leaves, reduce heat loss, and restrict unwanted access to the pool. The outdoor cover has a lock-down mechanism. It comes with a pump to remove rain water that may collect on top.
  • In colder climates, outdoor pools are usually closed during winter months. The pool can, however, be super-insulated and used year-round.
  • To save on heating costs in cooler climates, customers with outdoor pools often utilise an optional gas heater along with the standard electric heater.
  • If you decide to excavate for an in-ground or partially in-ground pool, you should first determine the height of the site's water table.
  • If you provide a sketch of your garden, our architects and designers may be able to offer some helpful suggestions on pool and equipment location, insulation options and installation possibilities.

Swim whenever you like on your own schedule at your own perfect pace. No traveling, no crowded pools, no heavy chlorine. Just your own precision engineered swimming pool,where you swim or exercise against a smooth current that's fully adjustable to any speed or ability. Our swimming pools are simple to install, easy to maintain, and economical to run.

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