Many accessories go well with an inground backyard fiberglass swimming pool, one of which is a sun shelf, also known as a tanning ledge or Baja shelf. It is a flat, extended, and shallow area of the pool, and is ideal for lounging, tanning, and playing.
If you want to heat your pool naturally, a black bottom pool will naturally absorb the heat from the sun and easily warm up your pool. Plus, this beautiful aesthetic will change the overall appearance of your pool.
Owning a pool is often associated with spacious properties and sprawling landscapes. But let’s be real, not everyone has a large backyard or space for a 40′ pool or even a 26′ pool. So for some families, a small backyard pool makes the most sense.
At Leisure Pools, we offer a wide array of pools to fit any need, function and desire, so you may find it’s challenging to narrow down your pool choice. So, we have put together a guide to choosing the right Leisure pool.
No doubt, owning a swimming pool will have a wonderful and lasting effect on your life. Notwithstanding, it’s important you understand what your options are and which type of pool will best suit your needs.
Pool coping is the material installed at the top of the pool wall that separates the shell of the pool from the surrounding areas. Not only does it enhance the aesthetics of your pool, but it also helps to prevent moisture from harming the pool.
If you have limited space in your backyard, a cocktail pool might just be the answer for you. Often referred to as “spools” or “plunge pools,” these smaller pools often combine a spa and a pool and may even include jets, a heater, and benches.
To keep your backyard fiberglass pool clean and well-maintained, it is important to have some basic swimming pool equipment on hand that helps keep things simple so you can still enjoy a life of leisure by the pool.
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