7 Sunroom Pools from Endless Pools® (photos)
Enjoy a year-round, all-weather pool season, even in your existing sunroom.
Imagine looking up from a warm-water swim to see snow falling. Or watching your kids enjoy active pool playtime in view of fiery autumn leaves. Or a vigorous aquatic workout with the sunrise warming your neck, followed hours later by a relaxing hydromassage under a full moon.
Sunrooms can make a stunning location for any Endless Pools model. Our Original Series pools can be installed indoors in existing rooms, and our swim spa line, called Endless Pools Fitness Systems, work with new construction or in existing rooms with doors wider than 58 inches. Your sunroom pool can be enjoyed year-round, day or night.
Advantages of a Sunroom Pool
First of all, there's the view. Yes, you can have a great view from a backyard pool, but that's only for a few months out of the year in most climates. With a sunroom pool, you can enjoy a 12-month pool season in full view of the elements.
Existing sunrooms can be an inexpensive option for one of our Original Series pools. The standard footprint is about 9 feet by 16 feet, and you can corner your pool as maintenance requires access to only one side.
The abundant light in a sunroom lets you create an attractive, private indoor pool. All Endless Pools models have low-chlorine water purification; customers tell us that their guests can never detect that they have an indoor pool! And our secure covers make humidity control very simple.
Considerations for your Sunroom Pool
Every Endless Pools model is free-standing. That gives you the freedom to install your pool fully above-ground, fully in-ground, or partially in-ground.
Above-ground pools are the easiest, particularly in a space that already has a cement pad, such as a garage. You then need to account for stairs to access your indoor pool. Indoors, be aware of your ceiling's height relative to the pool's.
Some excavation is required for a partially in-ground pool, and for the extra cost, you get unobstructed sight lines and the easiest access in and out of your pool. The pool's perimeter shelf, called the coping, can then provide bench seating for you and your loved ones.