Installation into an existing building
If you are looking to install an indoor pool inside an existing building, be aware that this is usually a more expensive option than constructing a new building for your pool. The main reason for this is that your current building will likely need to be underpinned if your pool is going to be positioned within 2m of external or supporting walls. We also install our pool as a whole shell, meaning that we would require access the size of the pool’s cross profile (normally about 4m x 1.8m), although this may not be a problem if you are installing sliding doors at the same time. You will need to work with an external contractor in this instance to provide us with a ready excavated hole and access to get the shell in.