Pools are fun enough when you use them for swimming. However, if you really want to have some memorable happy times in your swimming pool, it’s best to add some of the following.
Waterfalls. Most custom pool designers are looking to put the beauty of nature in their client’s backyard pools, and as a result, waterfalls are among the most commonly sought-after addition. The great part about this fixture is that it serves functional purposes, namely serving as a return mechanism for newly-filtered water, and a source of relaxation both for your eyes and ears.
Sprays. If you’ve ever been to or seen films about Las Vegas, you’ll notice that one of the most prominent attractions there are The Fountains of Bellagio. Many pool builders today can incorporate spray mechanisms like that right into your home. While such pool sprays might not blast water as high as a hundred feet into the air, their nozzles, which will be installed on your pool’s floor, can get water to bubble up into the surface or turn into a mini-fountain from the depths.
Diving Boards. What’s the best way to get into a pool? If you’ve answered diving your way in, then you’ll most likely need a diving board to fuel your need for that short burst of adrenaline rush—just make sure that your pool has a deep end, though. You should also choose boards that are sturdy enough to support the weight of its users.