Pool Types & Finishes


Now you can build an inground swimming pool that reflects your style, personal values and regard for the environment. If you've been considering adding the beauty of an inground swimming pool to your home, or if you're renovating an existing pool, then  Swimmer is what you need. 
We are here to help you take an educated and informed decision for your dream pool. Following the steps we recommend .
Step 1--- Deciding the type of Pool you want --- Skimmer/Vanishing/Overflow
Step 2 --- Deciding your Pool's Internal Finish --- Liner/Mosaic Tile/Tile or Pebble
Step 3 --- Deciding your Loving Design --- Rectangle/Kidney/Freeform
Step 4 --- Deciding your Perimetric coping Pool Stone Finish
Step 5 --- Backing you up with our best Construction Process for a Better/Stronger Structure to splash in.






Overflow Pools


Overflow Pools
You may have passed a reflecting pool and seen this amazing effect: the water’s surface looks like a flat sheet of glass or appears to be perfectly contained without walls.

This effect is created by a perimeter overflow, a style used in many modern swimming pool designs in which the water overflows its edges and flows into a hidden slot or catch basin where it is then recycled back into the pool. This function is similar to an infinity-edge pool, but with a perimeter overflow, the water overflows on all four sides.

Pool Interior: For the interior of the pool our clients have three choices:
 
Liner: PVC 1.5mm Liner is available in a range of colors and patterns or even single colored.(alkorplan-german origin or Haogenplast-israel origin.)

Tiles: Porcelain tiles from are available again in a range of colors to suit all tastes(Spain origin)

Mosaic tiles: Glass mosaics tiles are offered in a wide variety of patterns, sizes, texture and colors.

You can view the following diagram regarding how a overflow pool pool works and what products you need in order to have a clean and healthy pool that will last.

 

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