Having a swimming pool is a great investment because it raises the resale value and property status. It is also a great place to relax when the weather is hot and an excellent feature for physical exercise. However, the pool also comes with a huge maintenance responsibility. The moisture and warmth in the pool create a conducive environment for the growth of all sorts of pathogens. If you own a pool in your property, you need to make sure that it is always clean.
An infinity pool is a swimming pool with a water level that is higher than the sidewalls of the pool to the point that it overflows. It has two levels: the actual pool and a lower level that collects the water that is overflowing. The collected water is then pumped back to the pool in a continuous cycle. Infinity pools are mostly installed for their aesthetic value, meaning that you should get a reputable, competent and experienced designer and infinity pool installer.
It used to be relatively easy to design pools for blocks, as you'd just look at the backyard and figure up which rectangular or kidney shaped pool could fit in the yard. With all sorts of new block shapes occurring when people subdivide old blocks, it can be more challenging to fit a traditional pool into a yard. However, some innovative pool designers and homeowners have come up with great pools that fit on unusually shaped blocks and make the most of limited space. This blog highlights some of the pools I have seen online and in real life that have impressed me with great design. I hope you like it.