Oct 12, 2004 2:31 pm
Hoping a mixture of current pool owners and pool companies may be able to tell us some of the considerations when designing and building a pool, and pool area.
Can you please share any contemporary pool design ideas. Love to get a feel for what's hot.
Re: Pool Design Considerations2
May 17, 2006 10:27 am
I am sure you have purchased your pool by now!!! but for anyone else that is browsing the forum!!!!!
Trendy pools are tiled, wet edge, there is a lot of curret designs that look great. I recomend anyone that is thinking of a pool to check out our website, we deal wtth tanks that can be hidden in the pools coping to ensure better looking landscaping. We also have a system that can use sound to treat your pool water. It will ensure around 50% less chemicals and better qulaity water. www.ecomanage.com.au
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