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Endless Pools backyard installations

Backyard installations result in some of the most stunning Endless Pool projects. Turn your empty backyard space into a refreshing getaway for relaxation and exercise. Backyard installations are:

  • Beautiful and cost effective.
  • Great for mild climates.
  • Adaptable for winter swimming by installing rigid insulating foam.
  • Easy to install freestanding and aboveground, even in a yard, with no need for excavation.
  • No hassle! There’s no connection to household plumbing – fill the pool with your garden hose and change the water once every year or two.
Above-ground | Partially In-ground | In-ground
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Advantages

  • One of the least-expensive options for installing your pool.
  • Easiest installation for do-it-yourselfers.
  • No excavation necessary resulting in faster installation.
  • Installation can be faster than for partial or full excavations.
  • Makes unwanted pool access more difficult for children and pets.
  • Side walls keep debris from blowing in.
  • Design of your pool can be incorporated into a landscape design theme.

Disadvantages

  • In order to support the pool, a concrete pad may need to be poured.
  • Extra insulation may be necessary to slow heat loss.
  • You may need an exterior step or stairway to enter the pool.
  • A fully or partially in-ground pool can be more attractive and accessible.


Swim whenever you like on your own schedule at your own perfect pace. No traveling, no crowded pools, no heavy chlorine. Just your own precision engineered swimming pool,where you swim or exercise against a smooth current that's fully adjustable to any speed or ability. Our swimming pools are simple to install, easy to maintain, and economical to run.

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