Express Poolcare pool service professionals in Arizona offer small yard pool tips
Just because you have a small yard doesn’t mean you can’t have a swimming pool. The swimming pool service professionals from Express Poolcare know that to be the case because they work with their customers to clean pools both large and small and anything in between.
Owning a swimming pool in Arizona is as much a necessity as a luxury. When the temperatures hit the triple digits you will want to find a way to spend time in the out of doors rather than just staying in the house and owning a swimming pool is one of the best ways to make that happen. If you’re in the market for a swimming pool and are going to be talking with a swimming pool builder you can ask him these questions as they relate to having a pool in a small yard:
- Talk with your pool contractor and understand the setbacks that are necessary for the construction. You may be able to build your swimming pool so that it abuts right up to a wall or fence in your yard. This will mean you won’t have deck space on that one side, but you may find it worth it in order to have the pool of your dreams.
- Look for a swimming pool design that offers maximum swim space in a small space saving design. Opt for a custom designed swimming pool that can curve around your landscaping rather than a rectangle or oval which may not use your backyard space to its full advantage.
- Consider a lap pool. While these are typically used by pool owners who are into exercising more than swimming pool parties, they can perform both functions and are long and narrow and may help you to preserve yard space.
- Opt for a natural pool design — one that blends into the natural elements of your backyard and incorporates the natural landscape into the design of the pool and your outdoor living space.
Don’t think that because you have a small or narrow or oddly-shaped yard that you are eliminated from owning a swimming pool. Not at all. You just need to work with the yard space you’re giving.