Suppose you’ve always wanted to add a gorgeously designed pool to your backyard, turning it into the perfect refuge for you, your family, and visitors to enjoy, but you have a challenging site. In that case, a semi-inground pool may be your best option. If you cannot commit to a fully in-ground or above-ground pool, semi-inground swimming pools are excellent for many outdoor spaces.
The depth to which the pool is dug into the earth is the primary determinant of the installation process. Semi-inground swimming pools are typically built partially or entirely above ground, though they can occasionally be completely buried.
The sizes range from 12 by 24 feet for the smaller pools to 20 by 40 feet for the bigger ones. This puts them in the same size range as inground pools.
Semi-inground swimming pools give homeowners more flexibility in meeting municipal pool height restrictions. This is because of the various ways you can install these pools.
These pools are nearly identical to in-ground pools in every way except that they are feature extruded aluminum. This material is rust-free and twice as robust as steel due to its interconnected frames and walls. You can choose from wood, vinyl, or aluminum side paneling. This will help you create a unique exterior finish that perfectly suits your space.
Because the entire structure of an inground pool is encased in dirt, it stays cooler than an aboveground one.
For extended periods of time, the water in semi-ground swimming pools retains its warmth. This is because the exposed walls of the portion of the pool that’s elevated above ground level allow the sun’s heat to quickly and efficiently warm the water.
The health benefits of warm water include relaxed joints and muscles, reduced stress, and enhanced breathing and blood circulation. With naturally warm water, your pool heater won’t have to work as hard (if at all) to give you these benefits.
Backyards with semi-inground swimming pools will not experience the same shaking as above-ground ones.
You can do this by placing the pool in an advantageous spot (if your yard has a steep incline) or building a raised deck at one end or all the way around the pool.
Most of these pools appear to be in-ground when viewed from within your home.
Putting in an inground pool is messy because there are many pipes, rebar, and concrete to deal with.
There is no need to worry about this with semi-inground swimming pools. Their walls are often feature aluminum, making them rustproof and easy to manage in terms of plumbing. Nevertheless, some upscale wall designs feature glass panels and stone and concrete.
Moreover, the raised lip of these pools prevents insects and debris from entering the water. The amount of time spent cleaning the pool will decrease. In addition, there will be fewer fluctuations in the chemistry of the water.
Semi-inground swimming pools are appealing due to the lower initial investment required. In this case, only a little hole should be dug into the ground. This makes the installation process simpler, faster, and more affordable. Semi-inground swimming pools, as opposed to fully inground pools, need a matter of days to install.
While inground pools allow for more creative pool design, the required footpath space constrains what you can put around your pool. There is no better place than here for a semi-inground pool. In order to make the most of this pool, you can install patio stones or a deck around it.
Before anything else, they have a decent life expectancy and a great one if you give them proper care.
Models in the middle of the price range may often last you between one and two decades, while those at the top of the line can easily last you three to four decades. Having a pool that lasts for decades is preferable when trying to increase the value of your home.
You’ll need some ideas to help you come up with the features that will make your new pool stand out once you’ve settled on the big decisions, such as its vinyl color, size, location, and depth.
Deck pools are a common type of semi-inground pool. In addition, they get their name from the fact that pool builders can install them with an accompanying deck. The deck isn’t only there for looks but also allows for relaxation and pool access.
If you don’t want a deck surrounding your pool but still want to conceal any outwardly projecting walls, you can do it with the help of paving, flowers, or plants.
Semi-inground swimming pools have the most installation flexibility and customization potential of the three types. A sitting area beside the pool, a tiered hot tub, a high deck, and a low yard are all possibilities.
You may even make it look like an infinity pool if your yard slopes and you have a great view. If you intend to swim at night, you should consider installing lights in the pool.
Semi-inground swimming pools could be excellent additions to rocky, hilly, or dynamically constructed yards. Contact us today for a consultation to find out if this type of pool is perfect for you or to learn more about installing one. At Quality USA Pools, we’re happy to work with you to create the inground pool of your dreams.