Swimming pools can add a great atmosphere to your home.
Aside from outdoor furniture, beautiful landscapes and colourful lightings that we can apply or add in our swimming pool area, we can also install some waterfalls.
This will definitely give you a relaxing and refreshing effect.
Types of Water Features
A rock waterfall allows water to flood over multiple layers of rock into the pool below. Rock waterfalls can complement most any pool design. They can be built in any size or shape.
Rock waterfalls create a natural look while adding the soothing sound of falling water to your pool area.
A narrow and often wide sheet or curtain of water usually mounted on a wall, pergola roof, or overhang that falls into the pool.
Similar to a sconce, a scupper is attached to a wall or pedestal. Scuppers are a great way to add ambiance to your pool.
Scuppers come in all shapes and sizes and disperse water into the pool from a hole, slit, or sometimes in the shape of a bowl. Bringing LED lighting into your swimming pool makes scuppers beautiful focus points at night.
A decorative feature attached to pool walls. Sconces can be shapes, architectural pieces, urns, vessels, or characters, like animals.
Bubblers are playful, splashing fountains placed on steps or a tanning ledge that splash up from under the water. This swimming pool water feature creates a more unpredictable, free-form fountain that invites splashing good fun!
Spillover waterfalls raised above the pool, representing as a sort of basic water feature as it spills or trickles into the swimming pool.
Often called a pencil jet, this type of water feature is installed into pool decking and shoots a narrow, arching stream of water into the pool.