3 Things You Should Know Before Getting a Custom Pool

Author: James Adkins

Having a pool at your home is not only a great relaxation tool, but it’s also a nice aesthetically pleasing addition to your backyard. Living in Bradenton, you know how those long, hot Florida days can make you ready for a refreshing dip in a pool. What better way to enjoy the outdoors without being deterred by the weather than having a pool in your own backyard? Sounds nice, right? Before you greenlight your custom pool project, though, there are a few things you should know so that you can make informed decisions.

1. Know your options

Summer’s coming and you can’t stop thinking about sipping a drink poolside. When you’re envisioning this, how do you see your pool? Is it outdoors in the elements? Is it in a pool cage enclosure? Is it surrounded by a deck, giving your backyard a cohesive look and feel for your enjoyment? There are so many options when it comes to how your pool is situated in your yard.

Your best choice is to schedule a consultation with a custom pool construction professional– they can give you their expert opinions on what pool would best fit you and your home’s needs.

2. Surfaces

So you’ve decided on the best way to incorporate a pool into your yard. Have you considered what surface you’d like? Pool surfaces come in a variety of colors and textures so that your pool can be a customized fit to your tastes.

Companies can specialize in pool surfaces, using high-quality materials guaranteed to last for years to come, offering colors and textures like “blue wave,” “jade,” and “creme de menthe.” Your pool can match the aesthetic of your home or have its own look entirely.

3. Cleaning products

Maintaining your pool is crucial for longevity and performance. Using high-quality materials in the construction of your pool is important, but cleaning and maintaining those materials with circulation and cleaning systems is a necessary next step. Brands like Paramount Pool and Spa Systems and Hayward Pool Products offer cutting-edge products that help extend the life of your pool and minimize repair costs.

As the summer is coming, make your custom pool dreams a reality so you can more thoroughly enjoy what your property has to offer. Have questions about your options, or ready to get started? Call Adkins Building & Construction for all your custom pool needs.

James Adkins

22 years in commercial, industrial, and residential construction roles solving a broad array of building, construction and real time application challenges.

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