Spools! Fun For all!The typical inground pool is accessible from all sides. To maximize space for a spool, we usually like to run one side up to a fence or wall, as seen here. Entry from all sides requires decking that a person would be able to tread along on to gain access into the pool. For most of our customers, giving up accessibility on one or two sides of the pool is an easy sacrifice to make – afterall, they have a small space and want a place to cool off! In fact, we have found that in talking to our beloved PPAS customers that it’s hardly a sacrifice at all given that many of our most stunningly beautiful pools are in fact designed this way. Regular sized inground pools are typically rectangular or oval. However, a custom pool can be built in whatever shape you like – including one that fits neatly into that empty corner of your yard! A custom Premier Pools & Spas’ design customized to the oddities of your yard space can open up new possibilities for pool placement that might not be feasible for the standard shapes. It may even leave you room for that outdoor kitchen you’ve been craving. Check out the BBQ that this homeowner was able to manage! For a really luxurious touch, you can add a waterfall at one edge of the pool, like this homeowner did. This type of feature is ideal for decorating one side of the pool where there’s no space for a deck. Before you contact us, the professionals, we bet that you have your own ideas to bring to the table. Jot them down! We want to hear them and bring them to life. When you don’t have much square footage to work with, it creates a limit on the size of the pool you can install. We get it! That won’t stop you from swimming though, not if we have anything to say about it.
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