Unique offers many different pool shapes and sizes. Large backyards offer plenty of landscaping opportunities, but sometimes all of that extra space can make it extra challenging for homeowners to decide just what to do. Below are three of our amazing pool ideas for anyone who owns a big piece of land and who just isn’t quite sure what to do with it:
Lazy River Pool
We can build you a Lazy River just like those found at the most exclusive resorts around the world. Lazy Rivers can be constructed at neighborhood pools not just resorts and water parks. Lazy River designs have possibilities that are endless not only in large backyards but in a surprisingly small space as well. The lazy river pumps are silent with no unsightly equipment and very efficient with no jets, bubbles or high pressure turbulence. Adjustable speed and remote control allow the user great flexibility in the dynamics of the current generated by our Lazy River Pump System.
Swim Up Bar
Swim-up bars are typically built with underwater seating, and are a popular addition with those who do a lot of entertaining. This one is along the pool edge and can be used by people both in and out of the pool — in conjunction with a sunken patio bar/outdoor kitchen, swim up bars are the best for a large backyard area.
The edges of these pools seem to just drop off into space, threatening to whisk swimmers off a cliff. Luxurious and attractive, the infinity pool is associated with the most exotic resort get-a-ways– and it can be built in your own backyard! Infinity pools, also known as zero-edge pools, use glass walls or waterfall-like overspill troughs to achieve this sometimes vertigo-inducing effect. Regardless of the view, an infinity pool creates an entrancing visual effect, producing a glass-like surface while giving the impression that your pool waters extending far into infinity.