House Tour Where can I put my Endless Pool?
When it comes to installing an Endless Pool, the possibilities are limitless.
This section will give you an overview of specifications for your pool and other things to consider when thinking about where to install it. An Endless Pool can fit virtually anywhere, inside or out. The first step is to review the pool specifications and think about the space in your home that could best accommodate your pool.
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Site Requirements: A solid, level floor or concrete pad, capable of supporting up to 250 lbs./sq. ft. Most ground-floor rooms can support this weight without difficulty. The vast majority of Endless Pools are installed in ground-level spaces.
Pool Equipment: Your room or outdoor space needs to be 2' wider and 3' longer than the pool's interior dimensions to allow for access to the pool and its equipment. The Water Quality System is typically installed at the front of the pool. The Hydraulic Power Unit can be located next to the pool, in an adjacent closet or up to 75' away.
Installation Options: The pool can be installed above-ground, partially in-ground, or completely in-ground.
Climate: In warm locations, an Endless Pool can be situated indoors or outdoors. In colder climates, the majority of our pools are installed indoors to allow for year-round exercise. However, some owners have super-insulated their pools to swim outdoors year-round, even in snow!
Pool Size: How will you use your pool? If you'd like to have more than one person exercising at a time, you may want to order a larger pool - either longer or wider. If you have limited space, you may choose a pool that is narrower or shorter in length.
Pool Depth: Your intended use of the pool will impact the depth required. For general swimming a standard depth is appropriate. However, if you want to do water aerobics, or if you intend to add an underwater treadmill, a deeper pool is recommended.
Existing or New Space: Installing a pool in an existing space, especially in a garage or basement, can be a cost-saving option. A new space provides unlimited design options for your pool.
Humidity: With a properly used cover, very little humidity can escape from an Endless Pool. The standard floating blanket, included with your Endless Pool, controls about 90 percent of the humidity when the pool is covered. By installing the optional retractable security cover, you can prevent 100 percent of the humidity when the pool is covered. If the pool is uncovered less than one hour a day, a simple room dehumidifier, available in most department stores, or a window vent fan can generally control moisture. If the pool is open for many hours a day, often the case in commercial settings, a commercial-grade de-humidification system may be necessary.