Resizing a swimming pool.
Can I resizing a swimming pool?
Yes, it is common to resize a pool; however, there may be some limitations to what can be done, as you should only minimize areas that can withstand the greater weight placed on the pool construction. Older pools have a lot of curved areas and little parts that have been hacked off at an angle. This type of modification can aid in the modernization of a swimming pool, which is a common request in the pool remodeling industry.
What is the con`s for reducing my swimming pool size?
It will most likely cost the same to lower the size of your swimming pool as it will to install a new one. This is most likely the most serious disadvantage of limiting the size of your pool. Another thing to consider is that you will need a new swimming pool cover and the brick finish surrounding the pool will need to be redone. This is an exhaustive list of the costs that must be considered.
What is the pros of reducing my swimming pool size?
The obvious advantage of downsizing your swimming pool is that you will use less water. Because the surface is smaller, weekly maintenance and chemical use will be less expensive. Another advantage is that you’ll have extra space in your backyard. While your swimming pool is being adjusted, you can also consider modifying the shape, which is another advantage.
What is a good swimming pool size to have?
Pool dimensions have shifted substantially during the last 30 years.
From an average-size pool of 12m x 6m in the 1980s to the current 6m x 3m.
Natural swimming pools – which can be as tiny as 15m2 – are classified into two types: the classic natural pool (or pond) and the living pool.