Do you want to transform the appearance of your existing backyard pool in San Diego? It is possible to incorporate a natural pool waterfall to an existing or new pool. One of the most common features that San Diego homeowners like is a natural waterfall. These water features have made great strides recently. There are currently a lot more choices than ever before. This means you’ll be able to choose a plan you like and that blends into your outdoor space seamlessly.
Here are some natural pool waterfall designs to choose from.
1. Cascading Waterfalls
For pool owners thinking about a design that uses lots of stone, you might want to choose a cascading natural pool waterfall. Usually, these water features depend on huge, rocks in their design. Usually, cascading waterfalls are likely to trickle or drip into the pool. This will create an extremely relaxing ambiance.
2. Sheer Drop Waterfalls
If you want a natural pool waterfall to be one of the best focal points of your pool design, consider sheer drop waterfalls. With this type of waterfall, the water doesn’t run straight down the rock wall. Rather, it’s cast forward, which makes it obvious to all that the natural waterfall is there.
3. Spillover Waterfalls
This type of waterfall is perfect for homeowners who want to have a tiered pool design. It will allow the water to spill from one part of the pool to another. Our professionals can also incorporate infinity ledges, which look like they are stretching forever into the horizon into a spillover waterfall design. Most San Diego pool owners also use a spillover waterfall when they have a tanning spot, spa, or a hot tub that is located above their pool.
A natural pool waterfall can be any shape or size. If you love seeing a tall rock formation with fast-moving water cascading or water bubbling over the rocks, a natural pool waterfall provides you with a relaxing feeling. It is not only stunning but also therapeutic.
A flagstone patio can make the pool look as if you have a natural grotto in your yard. Flagstone is a solid rock and won’t shift or discolor. There are several flagstone rocks to select from.
You can also create a feeling of being on a resort island or in a lagoon with a natural rock waterline. There’s never a reason to leave your own outdoor space once you’ve transformed your backyard pool into your own private oasis.
Let the Experts Design Your Dream Natural Pool Waterfall
Adding a natural pool waterfall to your backyard pool is a choice you and your loved ones will definitely enjoy. Talk to a pool design professional today! They will help you make your stunning dream waterfall a reality. As a professional Premier Pools, San Diego pool builder, we’ll gladly discuss your pool project with you. Get in touch with us today!