Outdoor pools require as much care and consideration as indoor pools, although the criteria is clearly different. An outdoor pool should blend in with the landscape in which it is placed, as opposed to being a prominent feature of the garden.
We will advise you on the areas you’re considering for your outdoor pool, so that you can make an informed and correct decision on where it’s going to be sited. For instance you may not want it to be positioned in such a way that it breaks up your garden, or to be the only thing you see when you look out of the window. As you can see from the gallery photographs, we believe it important to blend an outdoor pool in with the surrounding landscape, so that it can look as natural as possible – almost as if it’s been there forever.
For many, a smaller pool, with power jets to swim against is a far better option than a large indoor or outdoor pool. For those wishing to maximise aerobic activity or those needing help with mobility, or those just looking to save costs on heating, a small exercise pool is the best option. We can build bespoke exercise pools that can incorporate different styles and internal finishes, so that the pool is unique and specific to the tastes of the individual.
For any advice and information, we are available for consultation