How To Choose the Right Spot For Your Pool
Choosing the best spot on the property is the most important step before we even begin to think about building. Construction can happen in any space, no matter the size. What is important is to keep in mind the natural surroundings and terrain configuration.
Terrain dictates the position and shape of the new pool or spa structure. Our designers come to the site and run an assessment of the property and all of the objects nearby in order to create the best possible design for the construction. We always suggest to our clients that the design follow the surroundings so that the pool looks like a natural part of the property while standing out with superb design.
Pool and Spa Shapes
Our pool and spa shape construction includes a variety of options that adhere to the property dimensions and backyard design. Our swimming pool designs include geometric, free-form and custom shapes. Some of the most popular pool shapes are traditional rectangle, Grecian, L shape, oval, kidney-shaped, angled and custom made shapes. Free-form shapes are also a popular option with our clients and they include mountain lake and lagoon style pool shapes. Spa shapes include octagon, round and square, with seat and steps. All spa shapes can be made to be connected or separate from the pool.
Swimming Pool vs Spa
Swimming pools offer a great space for recreation and exercise for the whole family. Perfect for cooling off during hot summer days and nights, a pool is larger than a spa, which makes it a great center piece for any party. Pools are a simple yet amazing place for having fun with the whole family and making great memories with loved ones.
A spa offers a relaxing and tranquil spot at the end of a long day. Opposite to the cooling effects of the pool, heating elements in the spa make for a therapeutic experience. They are also perfect for outdoor use during the colder months when pools are inaccessible. A custom spa is more suited for leisure and relaxation and can be built to accommodate up to 10 people at the same time.
Our clients often choose a combination of both swimming pool and spa in one cohesive structure. After we discuss the client’s goals and define all of the requirements, we continue with the preparation of terrain and surroundings where the new pool will be built.