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Things to Consider Before Getting an Indoor Pool

Things to Consider Before Getting an Indoor Pool

 

Swimming is a hobby many of us love; you might use the pool to keep fit, relax or have some fun with the kids. If you’re lucky enough to have the extra space available for an indoor swimming pool, there are a few considerations you should make, before committing to a purchase.

In our latest blog post, we run through some of the main considerations to make before deciding on an indoor swimming pool.

Ventilation

Without the installation of tailored ventilation systems, indoor swimming pools can easily become uncomfortable environments to be in. Many individuals wish to use their pool as a place to relax and wind down, to host parties or to exercise. Without suitable ventilation, a pool room will steam up and become uncomfortably hot.

A specialist ventilation expert will be able to provide you with a tailored systems to suit the space you have available.

Budget

Indoor swimming pools come in a variety of shapes, sizes and specifications, all of which will affect how much the total costs will be.

Of course, if you are completely unsure how much you are likely to have to set aside for your new pool installation, you may find it helpful to consider how you are likely to use the pool and what aspects are most important to you. Form follows function, so getting the design just right is of paramount importance. A pool used for relaxation is likely to be very different to a pool that caters for exercise or young children.

Once you have a clear idea in mind of how you would like to use this extra space, you can begin to gather quotations.

Space

As we previously touched on, the space you have available will dictate whether or not getting an indoor swimming pool is feasible. However, as well as the size of your plot, you will also want to consider any other amendments you may want to make to the property in time and if these will be impacted upon by the incorporation of a swimming pool, later down the line.

As well the size of the pool itself, you will need to account for space to walk around the pool and how this area will be accessed from your home.

For more information on our range of ventilation options, contact a member of our team today on 01296 681752.

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