If you don’t like being exposed to the elements, an indoor pool could be the perfect choice for you. Splash around inside all year round, no matter what the weather is like outdoors.

Benefits of an Indoor Pool

Low Maintenance

Indoor pools require less chemicals because they are not prone to temperature and weather changes like outdoor pools are. Plus, you don’t have to worry about pollen, dirt and leaves from the plants and air outside getting in them.

No Weather Proofing

Outdoor pools require special tile materials so that they can last throughout all types of weather. With an indoor pool, if there is a look that you enjoy but it’s less durable, you can still go for it.

Easy to Access

No more running out in the cold air to jump into your warm pool! An indoor pool is far easier to access as you can just walk through your house to get to it. And there’s no problem with where to put your towel, just install hangers on the back of the door.

Easier to Control the Temperature

As this pool will be inside, the temperature in the surrounding air will be much more stable than it is in an outdoor pool. This means that less heat will evaporate from your pool in the cooler evenings. While the heat from these pools won’t evaporate as much, a cover is still recommended. This can cut down on the heating costs.

New Build or Home Renovation

If you are considering getting an indoor pool when you build your new home or renovate your existing one, talk to us first. Before you confirm your building plans, it’s important to make sure that building a pool will be possible within the house plans you have.

At The Pool Co., we can provide advice on additional elements that will make your pool room a comfortable space to be in. For example, large high windows can give the room an airy and light feel. A sliding door could be a great idea so you can go straight in or out of your house from the pool area.

If you’re looking to expand your home so that your current outdoor pool will be inside, this can be an expensive exercise. Sometimes it ends up costing just as much as building a new pool. Check with our experts to find out whether this will be worth doing or not.

Thanks to our specialist advice, it is possible to build or renovate your home to include an indoor pool. Give The Pool Co. a call today to find out how we can help you design a pool to meet the requirements of your home.

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