Advanced Pool Care professionals, serving Memphis, TN offer pool placement advice

Your family swimming pool is not only a luxurious addition to your backyard but it is a great place for you to spend time with your friends and family whether you’re relaxing or swimming laps, it is a project that you will benefit from for decades!

The swimming pool you have constructed by the pool contractors from Advanced Pool Care could be a slim, sleek model or a pool with curvy edges and a beach entry. You could have a diving board or a slide installed. Consider the addition of sunshelves or a spa in one end of the pool as a way to amp up the luxury. Along with the accessories and style of pool you will need to decide where you will want to place it. That may not be as easy a decision as you think!

Your pool contractor explains that you need to determine whether the size and style you’ve chosen will fit into the space you have available or if you will have to substantial clearing of trees and other existing landscaping. You may also want to think about whether an indoor pool will suit your needs. Here are a few questions to consider when planning your swimming pool construction:

  • What is the climate where you live? If you live in an area of the country where the sun shines most days of the year and the climate is temperate, an outdoor pool might fit the bill.indoor pool
  • If you live in an area of the country that is in a deep freeze for many months of the year, you might want to think about an indoor swimming pool. Indoor swimming pools have unique needs that to be taken into consideration, so plan to talk with your pool contractor about those.
  • The price tag is higher for an indoor pool than an outdoor one in terms of construction.
  • Maintaining an indoor pool may be easier and less costly than an outdoor pool simply because the pool isn’t exposed to the elements and that may make cleaning easier and you might not have to vacuum or add as many chemicals.
  • If you have an indoor pool you will also need to install equipment to address potential humidity issues.

If you have the space available you may want to think about an indoor swimming pool if your budget allows. Talk with your pool contractor so you fully understand the advantages and disadvantages.