Plunge pools are a popular option for those with smaller properties that would still love a place to cool off. They are smaller than regular-sized concrete plunge pools but still provide plenty of space to kick back.
Choose between quality inground plunge pool construction or one from our fibreglass range. Unlike a fibreglass plunge pool, concrete pools give you a better variety of finishes designed for the property.
Our professional Sydney pool builders team will sit with you to design your perfect new dream pool.
The perfect new pool design is easier than you might think. Our plunge pool builders make the process easy and seamless.
We have been pool building in Sydney and the northern beaches for years, and that’s why we’re one of the most respected Sydney swimming pool builders.
What is a Plunge Pool?
A plunge pool is a shallower pool that allows you to stand up in it with your head above the water. This makes it a great option if you have children because it is shallower and thus safer for them.
A plunge pool’s perimeter is typically around 2-4 metres long by 1-3 metres wide. This is ideal if you don’t have a lot of space in your backyard or want to keep your large deck or grassy area intact.
One of the great things about the small size format of plunge pools is that this makes them low maintenance. You can clean them much quicker when it comes time to scoop out the leaves and debris.
There is less water in these petite pools, so they require fewer chemicals. So overall, the maintenance cost is lower.
Plunge pools are less expensive than other styles. This leaves you more money to spend on quality materials. Perhaps you would like a glass-tiled pool to give it a stylish look and feel.
Decking around your swimming pool always looks nice. Saved money can be invested in your yard.
When meeting with our team of swimming pool builders, we’ll talk about material options like tiles and coping and discuss additional options.
We recommend getting a pool cover for your pool. This helps the pool maintain its heat and cut down on heating costs. It will also prevent leaves and pollen from getting blown into the pool.
This will result in less cleaning and pool maintenance for you.
Swimming jets provide a current in the pool that offers resistance for your swimming training. In plunge pools, you can only do short laps, so this resistance can help to build your swimming skills. After all, it is a swimming pool...
In Pool Lighting
Adding lights to your pool allows you to swim easily at night and during the day. Lights can be configured to change colour, rotate, and brightness adjusted.
Need advice on how you can fit a swimming pool? Get in touch with an expert pool builder at The Pool Co. today, and we can design the perfect concrete swimming pool to suit your property.
A swimming pool builder like The Pool Co. has your best interests at heart. Whether you’re looking for comprehensive custom design and construction or to pick from our range of catalogues, we’ll help you every step of the way.