Swimming Pool

Swimming Pool

Swimming pool is an artificially created pool, or tank, either indoors or outdoors and usually with water-filtering equipment. Basically it is a pool of water used for swimming. Conceptually, swimming pools are pretty simple, they're just big basins of water. But on a hot summer day, a swimming pool can seem like the greatest invention known to man. And as it turns out, there really is a lot of cool technology at work in average pool and much more than expectation.

Our swimming pools can be uniquely tailored to suit your own requirements and can be finished in ceramic or mosaic tiles or natural stone. The pool design can include for differing step arrangements from internal access tiled steps to roman bay step features. Our stylish tiled pools can include for the installation of concealed automatic pool covers that are housed within the pool tank and are operated simply by a key switch, solar options are available for external pools, which will help save energy and reduce running costs.

Swim spa is hybrid of a pool and spa swim spas have water jets that allow the swimmer to swim against a constant flow of water. Ideal for small yards, they can also be heated for dual use as a spa and a swim spa.

Above-ground pools

Above-ground pools are the cheapest construction option, as well as the easiest to build. Most above-ground pools are made from prefabricated kits, which even an amateur can put together (though most people go with professional installers).

Above-ground pools

Fiberglass pools

Fiberglass pools are made from fiberglass-reinforced plastic, which has been molded into a basin shape. To install the pool, a construction crew digs an appropriately sized hole, lays the necessary plumbing, adds some sand filler and lowers the preformed pool structure into the hole.

Fiberglass pools

Gunite pools

Gunite pools are the most popular design in the world. To build one of these pools, the construction crew digs a hole, puts the plumbing in place and assembles a framework grid with 3/8-inchsteel reinforcing rods (rebar).

Gunite pools

Vinyl-lined in-ground pools

Vinyl-lined in-ground pools are a lot like above-ground pools, structurally, but they look more like conventional in-ground designs. As in an above-ground pool, the crew lays sand along the bottom of the hole and secures the vinyl lining to the structural wall. These pools are a lot cheaper than other in-ground designs, but not as durable.

Vinyl-lined in-ground pools

Poured-concrete pools

Poured-concrete pools are similar to gunite pools, but they're a lot harder to build. Instead of spraying concrete material around a rebar framework, concrete is actually poured into conventional wooden forms. With the rise of gunite methods, poured-concrete pool construction has mostly fallen by the wayside. Inmasonry block pools, the walls are constructed with concrete blocks.

Poured-concrete pools

Infinity Pool

An infinity swimming pool or reflecting pool that produces a visual effect of water extending to the horizon, vanishing, or extending to "infinity". One type of location in which the effect is particularly impressive is where the infinity edge appears to merge with a larger body of water such as the ocean, or with the sky. They are often seen at exotic resorts and exclusive estates, in advertisements, and in other luxurious places.

Infinity Pool

Over flow

Swimming pools can be made to overflow on purpose. This is usually done on a slope where one side of the pool is higher than the other. A catch basin is constructed on the low side, and water that flows out of the pool and into the basin is pumped back into the pool. The reason people do this would be to take advantage of a particular view - the back edge of an overflow pool is a dramatic look because the water appears to just 'end'.

Over flow

Skimmer System

Water is removed from the pool via a skimmer which has a flap lid that positions itself according to the surface of the water. The skimmer increases the flow rate of the surface water and draws any debris on the water surface into the skimmer. The debris accumulates in a filter basket. The basket must be emptied regularly, about once a week. If your pool has a main drain, the flow must be regulated so that about 30% of the water is taken from the bottom and about 70% from the skimmer.

Skimmer System

Spa Pool

Our spa pool also can be designed and installed for both private and commercial applications and where required we can produce unique custom built spa pools with interior seating, therapy fittings, loungers and water features to provide a truly enjoyable spa experience.

Spa Pool

Swimming Pool Services

  • Swimming Pool Setup
  • Swimming Pool Renovation Work
  • Swimming Pool Servicing
  • Swimming Pool Architectural Design
  • Swimming Pool Structural Design
  • Swimming Pool Plumbing Installation
  • Swimming Pool Lighting System
  • Swimming Pool Electromechanical Installation
  • Swimming Pool Water Purification System
  • Swimming Pool Chemical Supply
  • Swimming Pool Spare Parts Supply
  • Swimming Pool Accessories Supply
  • Swimming Pool Interior