house pool design. Friday , February 16th , 2018 - 18:21:56 PM
If you′ve ever lived, worked or attempted to get a building permit in a historical district you know the importance of maintaining a sense of place. Trying to convince a committee dedicated to preserving the structure of the town′s historical landmarks that installing a new security system on the outside awnings (read: visible cameras) would be a good idea is more difficult that trying to pluck the toenails off of an elephant. It just doesn′t belong.
In today′s economy everyone is looking for ways to increase the value of their homes. Most upgrades to a house are cosmetic and really only serve the purpose of making the home look better. The upgrades really don′t make it a better place to live. There are not many benefits aside from increasing the value you can sell your home for. What if there was an improvement that would not only make your home look better and increase its value, but could actually make you healthier and provide a lifetime of enjoyment for you and your family.
If you want to use your pool for some serious exercise, then the dimensions of your pool require more critical consideration. For lap swimming, a pool at least 25 feet long and 3.5 feet deep is recommended, with typical lengths ranging form 25 to 40 feet. There are also dedicated lap pools that are relatively very narrow, and therefore fit in constrained spaces. Water aerobics require some more depth to avoid touching bottom. Typically a section of the pool that′s 5 to 6 feet deep is enough for this purpose.
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