Stuck With A Small Backyard? 3 Ways To Include A Swimming Pool

by Connor Pena

Getting a swimming pool installed in your backyard can be a fantastic way to unwind for hours at a time, but it can seem like an unreachable dream if your backyard is limited in size. While you may never get a large Olympic size swimming pool if you choose to stay in the same home, there are a number of ways that you could get a swimming pool put in that will provide the purpose you need—whether it is for exercising or for taking a quick dip when it gets hot.

Consider the benefits of the following types for swimming pools so that you can get the pool you want, even when your yard is limited in size. 

Get Plenty of Exercise with a Lap Pool

If exercise is the main driving force for getting a swimming pool in your yard, it may be best to choose a lap pool instead of one that is deeper or more suited for a quick soak. Lap pools are long in size, with narrow sides and typically not very deep. This size allows for easy laps to be done, allowing you to get the exercise you want swimming without any concerns over a lack of space.

Follow the Example of Hot Tubs with a Plunge Pool

Another way to get a swimming pool that works well with a smaller sized yard is a plunge pool. Small in dimensions, but deep in depth, you may enjoy having a pool that is compact enough to fit in your yard, but allows you to completely submerge for a refreshing dip during the summer.

When looking over plunge pools for your yard, make sure that it has some safety features, such as rails to hold onto and even seats, similarly to a hot tub to provide a convenient way to take a break.

Try Out Unique Shapes for the Layout of Your Yard

An easy way to make the most of your yard and get the largest swimming pool possible is opting for a unique shape. Instead of a traditional oval or rectangular pool, you can get a swimming pool that is L-shaped to fit into your yard perfectly.

Taking your time with the planning of a new swimming pool can make all the difference in the final look of your backyard and the amount of pool you get. With the ideas above, you can make the decision best for your lifestyle and the size of your yard. To learn more, contact a company like Easton Pool & Spa


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