Why are Natural Swimming Pools so popular?
If you love that feeling of diving into a lake or river, allowing the natural water to swirl around you, natural pools are designed to offer a similar experience.
After being dug into your garden, they are then filled with natural, chemical-free water. Over time, the plants and wildlife that come to the pool help create a beautiful spectacle, allowing you to bathe peacefully amongst nature whenever you like.
How do natural swimming pools work?
Natural garden pools work by using a combination of a specialist reed bed technology and a filtration system. This reed bed technology helps to naturally filter the water in the pool itself, while the filtration system helps to pump oxygen molecules around the floor area.
As a result of this process, this helps circulate the water and move any debris within the pool into the filter system. In doing so, this prevents stagnant water from building up and kills off any bacteria that enters into the pool, keeping it fresh, clean and perfectly safe for you to swim in.
It’s for this reason why natural swimming pools are much cheaper and easier to maintain than traditional pool designs. The only maintenance you’ll ever need to do is to remove any larger debris that falls on the water’s surface and replace the filter from time to time.
Put simply, a well-built natural garden pool should take care of itself.