Want a Custom Pool in Time for Summer? Start Planning Now
Feb 22, 2016
We know it’s hard to think about swimming when there’s still ice on the ground, but if you’re considering having a custom pool installed, now is the time to start planning! By starting the process now you can ensure that your pool will be ready to enjoy as soon as the weather turns warm. So what goes into the custom pool design planning process? There are a number of factors to consider.
One of the first questions you’ll want to think about is the shape you want your custom pool to be. While the rectangle is a classic choice, a more unique shape might better suit the aesthetic of your yard and your home. Round and oval shapes are also enduringly popular, but you may also want to consider a non-traditional shape with unique edges. Working with a landscape architect can help you decide on a pool shape that will suit the needs of your landscape.
Once you’ve thought about the shape you want, you’ll need to consider other customization options. Do you want a large pool where you can swim laps? Or perhaps a saltwater plunge pool is more your style. Think about how you want to use your pool so that you choose a design that will meet your needs. Beyond size and shape, you’ll also want to think about the look that you want. Different finishes, coping, and tile can completely transform the look and feel of your finished pool. Need some inspiration? Check out our gallery of unique projects for ideas.
Custom water features
One of the best parts about investing in a custom pool is the fact that you can individualize it with custom water features, such as waterfalls and slides. These additional features can transform an ordinary pool into something extraordinary that will be the envy of the neighborhood. What about a pool bar for entertaining? With a custom pool, the only limit is your imagination, but be sure to start the planning process soon so that your pool is ready to be enjoyed all summer long!
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Are you interested in learning more about a custom Howard County pool? Contact us today at 410-442-2445! You can also reach us using our contact form, and connect with us on social media on our Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ pages.