What to Consider When Building a Small Pool
You have been dreaming about having a pool in your backyard for a long time but assumed that the space you have to work with is too small. This is not an issue when you design your pool and purchase pool equipment from Frank Wall Enterprises. We specialize in innovative pool products, including small pools. Below are some factors to consider in the design and installation of your new swimming pool.
What is Considered a Small Pool?
Typically, a small pool is anything less than 26 feet long and 13 feet wide. This could be the ideal size for your backyard in Columbus, Mississippi or one of the surrounding communities. On a hot Mississippi day, the size of a pool does not matter as much as the fact that you have one at all. As long as there is enough open space, we can install pool equipment in any size of yard.
What Shape of Swimming Pool Do You Want?
A freeform pool is one in which the pool installation team cuts into the open space available for swimming. A linear pool is rectangular in shape and provides you with as much room for swimming as possible with the available space. If you anticipate needing a lot of space for chairs and other pool equipment, a freeform pool might be the best choice.
Advantages of Choosing a Small Pool
Compared to a larger pool, small pools cost less money upfront to install and require less maintenance of the pool equipment. You also have the option to add water features and other accessories. For example, a bench seat allows you or your guests the chance to enjoy the coolness of the water without having to remain standing or go for a swim if you are not up to it at that moment.
A small pool in the backyard provides a more intimate setting for socializing with family or friends. When you are not up to having people over, you can relax by the pool watching your kids swim or join them for a fun game of water tag. You will have more time to enjoy the benefits of having a pool because the small size means less time cleaning, maintaining, and repairing it.
When you spend less money on the installation of a new pool, you have more to spend on upgrades and water features later. A waterfall in the center of a pool is a popular choice among homeowners in this area. The good news is that it is easy to fit in any pool regardless of size. Some other features you might want to add include pool lights, deck jets, cascades, and waterline tiles.
Request a Consultation from Frank Wall Enterprises
It can be both exciting and overwhelming when you decide to have a pool installed in your yard. We are happy to assist you with choosing the best size to meet your needs as well as describe any water features that might interest you. Your initial consultation also includes education on how to care for your pool equipment so your new pool continues to bring your family enjoyment for years to come. We invite you to contact us today to learn more.
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