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There isn’t a snowbird alive that comes to Florida for any reason other than our typically temperate winters. But this year, they brought the cold weather they were trying to escape with them — and the rest of us are shivering in our shorts, trying to deal with this unusual cold.
Here at All Seasons Pools, we’re trying to stay optimistic that our relatively warm winter will return soon and we think you should too. So go on, crank up the heat, pour yourself an icy margarita and shake off the cold by starting to plan your new Orlando new pool design.
You can start planning how to build your custom Orlando pool by just looking out your back window. Look at the area where you are hoping to put a pool and try to imagine what it will look like. What shape do you see? Will you want a separate or included warm spa area? Are there any structures or greenery you are hoping to avoid having to remove when you install the pool? What would complement your existing patio space? Use these questions to figure out a general shape you would like.
Once you have your pool’s basic shape in mind, start to think about the aesthetic enhancements you would like to have. Waterfalls are a popular feature that allows you to bring in water movement in a very natural feeling way. Fountains and jets are another great way to bring aquatic drama to your poolside. What about adding some colored lights for added nighttime fun? Would the kids (or you, for that matter) get a kick out of a water slide? What about a swim-up drink bar?
The sky is really the limit when it comes to custom designing your new pool and our Orlando pool builders are here to help you make your daydreams come true. Write down the various ideas you come up with while you brainstorm your way through this cold weather, then come talk with one of our talented designers. We’ll get started right away so that you can enjoy your pool when the warm weather returns.
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