If you are looking out at your backyard in Redding and thinking that you do not have room for a pool then spools (small pools) might be what you need. In this article, we are going to talk about small backyard pools and designs that could fit your small space.
Spools Make Life Better
When the Summer is at its peak, it is difficult to deal with the blistering heat and this is exactly the time when families are going out in their pools to play. If you’ve had a small yard for a long time, you may have given up on your dream of having a pool in your backyard.
You should know that no matter what size your backyard is, there is an opportunity for you to be able to get a pool in your yard. You can still have a luxury swimming pool because of spools (aka small pools). These pools can be a mini luxury version of bigger pools.
Maintaining spools can be more affordable than a larger pool. Because of the size of the pool, there isn’t a need for a lot of chemicals and cleaners. Shocking the pool, testing its calcium levels and pH levels as well as ensuring your pumps and filters are properly running is important. When you look at heating your pool, you are going to find you’ll be getting a smaller heating bill. You are going to see around $300 to $550 per month in expenses which includes testing kits, chemicals and operation of the heating systems.
Since spools can be a little boring due to their size, you can add special features to make the pool look more attractive. Adding an elegant entryway will not only make it easier for you to get into the pool but it will also make it safer. Think about adding stone steps and setting up a raised lounge area. LED lights within the pool enhances the look of the pool and makes it more entertaining at night. Landscaping is another great additive to make your spools look attractive.
Shape & Size of Spools
Most spools are around 9 x 5. It will be around 600 square feet. You will find lap pools, circular pools, clover and kidney shaped pools. The pools are no more than 5 feet in depth and are meant for purposes other than exercising.
Installing Your Pool
No matter the size, a pool is able to increase your home’s value. Spools installments have the same procedures as larger pools but they are not as expensive and do not take as much time as bigger pools. Spools installments can take as little as a month while on the other hand, larger pools can take up to 3 months. Pool installation for spools usually range between $12,000 and $18,000.
If you are ready to get started with your new project, you can give us a call at anytime. We work with people at all stages in the process and will be glad to help you become a satisfied customer.