Natural Swimming Pools

 


Natural Swimming Pools

Natural Swimming Pools

This cool looking swimming pool isn’t your typical chlorine-filled dipping tub. It actually is a pool that relies on plants to filter the water. The cool thing is that you do not swim or walk amongst the plants, they are in a separate area. Any one can update their current pool to a natural pool with a few design changes.

Natural Ponds are usually a bit larger than a normal pool to accommodate the plants, rocks and natural vegetation that make up the filter zone. This is separate from the designated swimming area. Once water filters through he plant zone, it is then pumped through a UV filter to ensure maximum cleanliness and aeration.

Whereas a conventional pool is little more than a concrete tub, a natural pond is a landscape centerpiece that will enhance the value of your home and quality of your life. What could be more beautiful than that?

source and image courtesy of inhabitat




One Response to “Natural Swimming Pools”

  1. Hi, I ‘m a beginner with pools. We got a new house in the wintertime with a swimming pool which I recognize has not been cared for for at least two years. My wife and I exposed it 2 weeks ago and have been treating it. It began with a good deal of gunk in the bottom that we sucked away. It’s now mild green, yet it is not getting better. I found a company close by, has anyone heard of them or recommend any others? Affordable Pool Service & Repair, 2942 N 24th St #114, Phoenix, AZ 85016, (602) 910-2295. Any type of guidance is going to be highly valued.


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