If you own a traditional luxurious home, having a classic rectangular lap pool built is highly recommended as these pools tend to blend very well with the architecture. Additionally, if you want more out of your pool than just a place to while the day away, a lap pool is an excellent option that can accommodate swimming as an exercise.
These are pools that do not follow the rules of geometry. They can take any form the client envisions. While they can be built to match any surrounding, they are ideally suited for homeowners with asymmetrical property that has an irregular space for a pool.
These are pools characterised by triangles, rectangles, squares and other mathematical shapes. Generally, geometric pools can add splendor to virtually any environment. However, the edgy shapes are ideally suited for modern or contemporary properties.
Also known as vanishing edge pools, these are pools built to simulate an illusion of water flowing over the pool edges and vanishing into obscurity. The effect is a combination of both math and science. Homes that border spectacular scenery like mountains, or a river, or are surrounded by natural lushness like palm tree groves or wooded glens are the best candidates to capture this dramatic effect.
These are swimming pools built to resemble a kidney layout. They give off a soft retro aura that complements many architectural designs.
These are small pools, normally filled with cold water meant for therapeutic purposes. Plunge pools are usually used for cooling off after a long hot day, or after a spa or sauna session. They are generally larger than spas but less than conventional pools.
This is where your imagination can run wild, to create the desired pool or cater for the difficult slopping, narrow or unusually shaped area available for a pool.