Features of your indoor pool design
When creating your perfect indoor pool, there’s the option to customise the design so it perfectly meets your needs. From waterfalls and water fountains to jet streams, bubbles and water currents to internal lighting and different colour options, you can create the ideal indoor swimming pool based on the space you have available and your budget. In-water seating and spa features can help you create a luxurious indoor swimming pool installation that’s truly unique to your property.
As experts in luxury swimming pools, our team specialise in designing premium facilities which have all the desirable features you could want for your own personal spa experience. From simple indoor pools that are practical and functional to elaborate designs that are as luxurious and creative as your imagination will allow, we have extensive experience creating beautiful indoor pools for customers for over 30 years.
Indoor pool construction
Whatever style of indoor pool design you’re considering for your property, having the right team of experienced indoor pool builders on your side is essential. Indoor pools are constructed and installed in a similar way to an outdoor pool, but where an outdoor pool deck is sloped away from the pool to keep debris out of the water, an indoor pool deck slopes away from the walls. A broader range of materials can be used for indoor pool installations, as there’s no risk of the water freezing and thawing which needs to be considered with an outdoor pool. An indoor pool room looks aesthetically the same as the rest of your property, but the engineering differs to maintain the appropriate heating and humidity levels.
The air quality in your indoor pool room needs to be well-maintained, either via exchanging humid air for fresh air or using a dehumidification system. This needs to be well designed to make sure that the air isn’t forced across the surface of the pool which can speed up evaporation and condensation. Our experienced team of indoor pool builders will work with you to create a dehumidification system that is appropriate for the size of your swimming pool and reduces evaporation correctly. We also recommend that a pool cover is incorporated into your indoor pool design, which can reduce humidity and evaporation considerably.
We know that maintaining your property is incredibly important to you and we take great care to ensure that the design of your indoor swimming pool exceeds your expectations and is nothing less than perfect. At Compass Pools, we strongly believe that clear communication should be central to the entire process of an indoor pool build and it’s the cornerstone of the excellent customer service we’re renowned for. We’ll ensure that throughout the entire design and construction process, we’ll stay in close contact with you and other parties involved in the build.
Structure and design
Part of the indoor pool build involves making sure that vapour barriers are installed behind the walls to prevent moisture from reaching the structural framing of the property. An indoor pool requires proper deck drainage to prevent puddling which can exacerbate humidity levels and can impact the look of your swimming pool – a low-profile drain keeps the perimeter of the pool looking neater and tidier, while also serving a practical purpose. You may also choose a floor heating system which can help to reduce water around the pool and makes stepping out of the pool more comfortable during the winter months.