Features to Discuss with Swimming Pool Designers

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If you are planning to have a custom pool designed for your home, you want to be sure you are getting the most from your investment. Unless you’ve been around several pools in your lifetime, you may not know what features are available and which might make great additions to your pool. When you take the time to talk with your swimming pool designers to gain their insight, you not only find out about features you might not know about, but also gain from their experience as to which features are requested the most and comments they’ve heard from homeowners about ones they wish they had or had not included.

Take the time to talk with your swimming pool designers

Some features are considered high-end additions. A Baja shelf is an example, and while it could substantially add to your costs, the aesthetic and functional value could make it worth it to you. A Baja shelf is a shallow area that can range in size from an area large enough for a young child to play to a space where several lounge chairs can be placed. While a Baja shelf can sometimes be added after the fact during a pool renovation, it is best to have it done when the pool is first designed.

Another thing that swimming pool designers can share with you is how to make the area around your new pool both beautiful and functional. Pool landscaping, a stamped and stained concrete patio, and other outdoor living features can complete your project for optimal results.

At Lake Norman Signature Pools & Patios, we are respected swimming pool desginers with several years of experience creating custom swimming pools for our customers. We are happy to meet with you to discuss the various features that we can incorporate into your backyard design and swimming pool so your family gets the most enjoyment from the outdoor space. Call today to learn more.