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Commercial Pools Design

October 19th, 2017 | By: Mitchell Knapp | Pool & Spa Design

Commercial Pools in the Tri-State Area

When it comes to designing commercial pools, in general we are designing a lifestyle. For homeowners and business owners alike, adding a swimming pool is a large investment. It is also a decision to enhance the property and provide a new way of life to enjoy. It increases property value and for hotels or businesses, it is an added luxury and amenity for guests to utilize.

While it seems residential pools get all the publicity, commercial pools are still a thriving and important part of our industry. Creating pools for businesses follows the same creative process. It takes a proper permitting, engineering, design and construction phase. Working closely with business owners to understand the needs of the pool is crucial. There are key elements to consider during the planning process.

Determining Important Factors for Commercial Pools Design

  • How many guests will be using the space
  • Indoor or outdoor
  • Luxury or recreational
  • Family friendly or exclusive pool scene
  • Patio space needed
  • Liability
  • Budget

Be sure to do your research to find a reputable builder. Checking with your local BBB is always a good place to start. Referrals are always useful too. It is important to work with qualified professionals. Installing commercial pools require a highly skilled level of expertise. Guidelines and protocols are to be met and up to code. There are insurance and liability issues that come along with swimming pool construction. Especially for recreational and public use. Make sure the company you work with has your best interest in mind.

Design Elements for Commercial Pools

When it comes to the design of commercial pools, working with a team of designers and engineers ensures a seamless process. From the initial concept meeting through construction completion, they will be there to assist you. In both big and small decisions. There are different elements of design to keep in mind. Everything from the initial vision, to material you choose, to the landscape and hardscape will create the end product.

Overall Vision: The overall design aesthetic of the swimming pool is where the vision gets created. Choosing colors and textures that will complement existing architecture is key. The pool should look as though it belongs with the building. The pool should also look inviting. Whether it is a high end infinity edge design, or a rectangular shape with slides and diving rocks for kids, the pool should be eye-catching.

Materials: Choosing the proper materials is a big part of the commercial pools design process. The climate will naturally cause wear and tear over time. It is important to choose materials that are made to withstand weather conditions. Not only do you want your guests to be safe, but your investment as well. Work with materials that are trusted in the industry. Today, there is a wide variety to choose from that will not sacrifice design.

Landscaping: Landscape around pool design is important with commercial pools. Planting can provide screening from busy roads, or provide an enclosed private feel. Planters pool side are a popular choice, especially in the tri-state area. Palm Trees can be brought in to create a tropical feel on the east coast.

Feel free to contact us for a free consultation. We look forward to continuing to provide high-end service to commercial pools clients.

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