Whether you are looking at renovating an existing pool or installing in a new one, finding the right pool for your space can take a great deal of time and effort. There are many swimming pool ideas to consider and a few things you will need to take into account prior to committing to a final backyard pool design, including:
- What is your ideal budget and timeframe to have the backyard pool completed?
- Do you already have any swimming pool ideas in mind?
- Will you be faced with any landscape restrictions, e.g. heavily sloping property etc.
- What size space do you have to work with.
- Type of pool fencing you would like to install and do you have any current swimming pool fencing ideas in mind?
Having a clear goal in mind as to what you ideally want to achieve from your swimming pool design will help determine what style and layout of your backyard pool your budget will allow. Having a clear plan will also help you to avoid any time delays and unexpected out of pocket expenses.
Swimming Pool Costs:
It’s essential to consider the pool installation’s total cost, including any landscaping pool ideas you might have, accessories and ongoing maintenance costs. Keep in mind that swimming pools are easier to build on a levelled site with easy access. If you’re considering building your pool on a slope or steep descent, the construction costs will be higher.
Check council regulations:
It’s important to consider where you decide to put your pool also fits in with current council regulations. Contact your local council to confirm requirements for your swimming pool. When deciding where to build your backyard swimming pool, it’s also important to consider site coverage allowance, pool fencing requirements, and stormwater drains.
Inground, or above ground pool?
When determining whether your ideal swimming pool construction should be inground, or above ground, it’s important to consider the costs associated with each decision and the varying timeframes of completion. For example, soil excavation for inground swimming pools can add additional costs to your budget. In contrast, above-ground swimming pools are generally more cost-effective, and they can be completed in a shorter period. However, in terms of longevity above ground pools may not last as long as an inground swimming pool.
The suitable space you have available for your swimming pool will also be a substantial contributing factor to your final swimming pool design. There are many backyard pool ideas that may offer you inspiration, and if you only have a small space to work with, there are also many pools for small backyard ideas to consider. Some of the most trendy small backyard pool ideas include; plunge pools, incorporating infinity pool edges, narrow lap pools and using glass pool fencing. If you have a small space, glass pool fencing can offer many benefits to the outlook of your space by providing an unobstructed view of the yard, which creates the illusion of a larger area.
Pool fencing ideas:
When it comes to pool fencing, you will ideally need something that looks good, without compromising safety, and it will need to be on par with council regulations. Depending on the pool fencing you choose, it can either enhance your space aesthetically or hinder your design’s entire style. Selecting the right pool fencing can also add value to your final swimming pool and property value. AVI Glass pool fencing ticks all the boxes in terms of style, design and safety, our glass pool fencing will enhance your space and is perfect for both above, and inground swimming pool designs. Ideally, glass pool fencing installation requires a professional installer to ensure the glass pool fence adheres to Australian safety regulations. Glass pool fencing also has a number of other benefits including; low maintenance, long-term durability, and can also act as a wind-breaker.