Small pools, those that are less than 50 feet long, are becoming a big trend, and for good reason. They are a great way to get your feet wet, so to speak, when it comes to swimming pools. At Greenville Pools, we custom-make our pools to fit your life – not the other way around. Here are a few ideas for thinking small about your new pool.
- Take the plunge. Plunge pools, pools that are typically smaller than 10 feet by 20 feet, are a lot cheaper to build and maintain. They are also fairly simple to design, are less than 6 feet deep, and take less time to build. If you’re not sure about getting into pool ownership, but still want the benefits that come with having one, then this is the option for you.
- Add them almost anywhere you would like: You can even add them to existing backyards and patios or use them as standalone features in your yard. Your pool won’t dominate the yard, even if your backyard is average. If your yard has more space, add a deck, sitting area, or outdoor kitchen to the pool area. Our design experts can help make your vision a reality.
- Easier to maintain: Small pools are also easier to maintain than larger ones because they don’t need as much maintenance. This makes them ideal for those who don’t have a lot of time or money to invest in upkeep.
If you’re looking for a way to add some fun and relaxation to your outdoor living space, consider adding a small pool.