The Original Endless Pool® gives you tremendous installation flexibility. The modular, steel-panel structure functions as a freestanding or a fully inground swimming pool. You can also install an Endless Pool partially in-ground, which offers some key advantages, as you'll see in these five dazzling installations!
- A partially in-ground pool is the easiest to access. With the pool height set around seat level, you can just sit and move your legs over and into the pool. You don't need the exterior stairs or decking required by an aboveground pool, and people with mobility impairments appreciate the accessibility lacking in fully in-ground pools.
- Partially in-ground installations cost less than fully in-ground. The deeper you dig, the greater the cost and the greater the risk of obstacles. Yes, aboveground installations cost the least, but the partially in-ground Endless Pool meets you halfway between simplicity and luxury.
- For a better, more polished look, the partially in-ground Endless Pool can give you the most eye-catching visual. In locations with a notable view, the lower height permits better sight lines.
These five Endless Pools show the versatility and beauty possible with a partially in-ground installation.
Imagine emerging from a warm-water swim to see snow outside! The sight lines permitted by this partially in-ground Endless Pool preserve the natural light from the bank of windows.
Bonus: Thanks to the Endless Pool's smooth swim-in-place current, you can enjoy an uninterrupted swimming rhythm. But as you see in this video, you can still enjoy a mid-pool flip turn!