Yes, You Can Put Your Pool There Too!
Endless Pools® asks, 'Why should your backyard have all the fun?'
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To bring her daily swim home, Carol had to choose a pool. Given her climate, "It’s not ideal to have an outdoor pool," she knew. Fortunately, Endless Pools' Custom Series allows for installation indoors. "Well," she thought, "we’ve lived here for 20 years and we never used the conservatory, so it was an ideal space. It also gets the morning sun, which is lovely."
At 18, Kat was in a car accident that left her with severe knee damage. Decades later, she was still in pain. "I couldn't do a lot of stuff in the gym, and I was gaining weight." Her solution: repurpose her garage for an Endless Pools Performance model. With daily workouts in her home pool, she saw results! "Can I just tell you how grateful I am? It's just changed my life."
How do you get warm-water therapy all year long in Vermont? Not in a backyard pool! That's why Shawn chose the basement. Endless Pools' Architectural Designer created a digital mockup to help Shawn visualize the pool. She found it "super helpful! It gave us something to look at and get excited about. We could look at that picture and say, 'This is what we’re working towards.'"
How did Bob lose weight? "The only thing I changed: Every night, I go home, and I swim." But he almost didn't install it at all! To help convince his wife, Julie, he used a digital pool image from Endless Pools' Architectural Designer. "It did help," Bob says. "She was able to say, "OK, I understand it." Now, they both swim year-round just steps from their kitchen door!
When a pool closure interrupted Roger's marathon swim training, "I decided to take control." By that, he meant have an Endless Pools Performance model installed in his yard. "I could swim every day and have a pool for the family." While he had the freedom to train seriously, he says, "The majority of the time, it's a fun place where you hear kids laughing."
"I love the way it's turned out," Barbara says of her pool house. Looking at the photos, who can argue? Yes, she "wanted it to be my little vacation getaway spot" right in her own backyard. It serves a greater purpose though: Barbara's bad knees are helped by daily aquatic therapy. She designed the house so her pool could be "indoors, so I could use it all year."