Swimming Pools

Swimming Pools

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Swimming pools provides you a way to exercise and relax. While making a pool you have to decide which type of pool you prefer. There are different types of swimming pools based on the types of basins they have. Each type has its own disadvantage and advantage.

Types of Swimming Pool

1. Above Ground Pool

Above ground pools are the easiest and cheapest pool that can be constructed. It won’t last long and is less attractive too. You can make your above ground pool by your self with some prefabricated kits. First you have to level the ground to a flat surface. Then set up a perimeter track to support the outer wall of the pool. The outer wall can be made up of plastic, metal, wood etc. now spread sand over the pool area and finish your plumbing work before moving to the construction of pool wall. Fix vinyl liner through out the pool walls and fill water in to the pool. Smoothen the vinyl liner and tighten it in to place. Pool is now ready to use. Filter the water regularly to keep the pool clean.

2. Fiberglass Pool

Fiberglass pools are constructed with fiberglass reinforced plastic that are used for molding the pool basin. Professional swimming pool installers are required for fixing this pool. They will dig a hole almost the size of pool basin in the ground and spread sand over it. Plumping works will be finished then. They will lower the pool basin in to the hole and backfill the area surrounding the pool. A concrete deck structure is then constructed around the pool.

3. Vinyl-Lined In Ground Pool

It is similar to the above ground pool and here the installers will dig a hole in the ground and spread sand in it. After finishing the plumping works they will assemble plastic, metal or wood walls over it. The walls are then lined with vinyl and can fill water. The vinyl linings have to be changed in every 10 years.

4. Gunite Pools

The installers will dig a hole in the ground and will do the plumping. They build up a frame work with steel reinforcing rods inside the hole and will spray the frame work with gunite, a mixture of sand and cement. The smoothened gunite surface is then left for a week. A smooth finish, mostly plaster is then applied over the gunite. Tiles, concrete paints, fiberglass etc can also be used.

5. Poured Concrete Pool

Here the concrete is poured in to a wooden frame and is hard to build. It is not a popular method now.

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