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With so many pool shapes & styles to choose from; natural/freeform, contemporary/geometric, vanishing edge, cocktail or lap pool, homeowners need to consider how the pool will be used to determine the perfect pool shape for their backyard. To help you decide, we’ve listed some of the most popular uses of your swimming pool to consider when selecting the perfect pool shape.
A family pool should be fun, but safe. Keep in mind that you may have this pool in your backyard from the time your children are little to when they are teens to adulthood. The pool you choose should have multiple depths to accommodate your growing brood, so a beach entry pool or a pool that offers some shallow space is a wise idea. A family pool can be geometric or natural in shape, but should include fun water features such as a pool slide (rock or pre-form), deck jets, bubblers and LED lights.
Those who like to entertain in their backyard will have the perfect centerpiece when they have a swimming pool. Any pool shape can work, and each have their advantages. Geometric pools add a touch of elegance and you don’t even have to swim in them to be enjoyed. Freeform pools can add a tropical flair to any backyard and your guests will have a great time floating around.
No matter which shape you choose, adding water features is key to making your pool an entertaining pool. Here are some examples of popular water features for an entertaining pool:
Rectangular pools are indisputably the best option for anyone who’s major reason for getting a pool is for fitness purposes. If your goal is to swim laps, consider a rectangular or geometric pool. There is a style of pool called a lap pool, that is built precisely for this purpose. If you plan on doing water aerobics, geometric pools work best and it is best if the pool has the same depth throughout the pool and 4 to 4 ½ feet maximum. If you plan on doing any diving, then consider the fact that the deep end of the pool must be, at a minimum, 8.5 feet deep for a low diving board, and progressively deeper depending on the height of the board.
All Seasons Pools has been a trusted pool expert for Orlando, St.Augustine, Jacksonville, The Villages and other Atlantic coast communities since 1979. Started by John and Diane Watts, they specialize in creating amazing and unique backyard retreats for families to enjoy, including top-of-the-line custom pools and amazing outdoor living areas. They work hard to fulfill their motto to “leave every customer with a smile.”
As members of the Association of Pool & Spa Professions and Florida Swimming Pool Association, they put a strong emphasis on being strong, reliable builders and staying up-to-date on the latest pool industry technology and design trends. Visit their swimming pool gallery to see pools ranging from signature and geometric designs to natural forms.