TYPES OF POOLS
Above-ground Pool Cheaper because you don’t have to dig a hole in your property.
Specially set up to look like it’s merging into the ocean or the landscape beyond (usually has a glass wall).
Long and narrow, these pools are meant for doing exercise laps in.
It’s more a river than a pool, but if you have a lot of money to spare, you could build a pool canal that winds through your entire property like a water ride.
Small, shallow and usually filled with cold water, this pool is for cooling off (especially after a hot tub session) and lounging around.
This can mean one of two things: a Jacuzzi-style hot tub with jets circulating heated water, or a swimming pool where jets produce a ‘current’ that you can swim against for exercise or therapy.
Zero Entry Pool
This is where one side of the pool gradually slopes into the water, much like a beach gives way to the sea.