PHOTOS: 8 Pool Decks from Endless Pools®
Care to step out onto the pool deck? That's an offer that's difficult to say no to! Endless Pools offers pools and spas for the 21st Century, and they're versatile enough to adapt perfectly to the environments we've loved since childhood.
Even the humblest pool deck has an air of glamor about it. It brings to mind festive afternoons with family and friends, relaxing by yourself on quiet mornings, and sipping a drink with a little paper umbrella. Those of us who grew up watching
Any of our Original Series pools and Endless Pools Fitness Systems swim spas adapt easily to your pool deck plans. Our space-saving footprint lets you conserve more of your real estate and save money on new decking – all in the fun backyard atmosphere that families have enjoyed (or envied) for generations.
Before you make your pool deck plans, get inspired by these pictures and consider these tips.
Advantages of a Deck Pool
An Endless Pools deck installation can be one of your simplest, most cost-efficient options. Installing in the open space of your backyard can be the easiest for a DIY installation, handy homeowners have found.
Your deck pool will give you an open-air environment for swimming, family fun, aquatic therapy, and low-impact exercise. With Endless Pools, you get a price-smart way to enjoy a traditional backyard pool environment, only with added functionality for fun, fitness, and uninterrupted swimming.
Considerations for your Deck Pool
For outdoor installations, we recommend insulating the cabinet of Original Series pools to conserve heat and lower your energy costs. All Endless Pools Fitness Systems come standard with our Tri-Thermic® Barrier System, three layers of insulation inside the sleek cabinet.
Ask your dedicated Product Specialist about the best pool cover or spa cover for your installation and climate. Customers in colder climates find that the combination of an insulated cabinet and cover allows them to enjoy at least a three-season outdoor pool.
When putting a pool on an existing deck, you may need additional reinforcement to support the weight. Endless Pools has staff architects and engineers for consultation and drawings, all at no additional charge.
If you're installing the pool on ground level with a new deck, you have a few options. You can use one of our exterior stair options, or you can build stairs from your decking material for a cleaner look.
You can also build the deck up to the pools edge – it's a money-saving, no-excavation way to get the look and functionality of a fully or partially in-ground pool.