Your pool is a major investment, but how much actual time do you spend enjoying it? More than likely you use your pool just one season out of the entire year; but certainly not if it is rainy, or thunderstorms, or a snowstorm in a winter that just doesn’t want to end! And this doesn’t count the hours spent opening and closing your pool, along with cleaning and skimming leaves and insects from the water. Your desire to swim all year round can be solved by designing and building a pool enclosure. They can protect your pool, allowing you more time to swim, alleviating some of the cleaning (no more leaves!) but the enclosure also will allow you to swim all year round, regardless of the weather.
With over 20 years of experience in building conservatories, greenhouses and glass pool enclosures, Tanglewood Conservatories has the expertise to guide you through the design process to installation. With TWC’s broad knowledge base, along with creative design work, we can assist with decisions such as:
- HVAC – how to incorporate HVAC into your design
- Proper humidity & condensation control
- Discreetly and decoratively conceal mechanical systems – especially important in an all-glass structure
- Special coatings for the steel to inhibit rust
- Size and orientation
While it might seem like an odd time to begin designing your enclosed pool with summer close by, if you want to swim in late December, the design process should begin now so that installation is ready to move forward in late fall. Take a look through Tanglewood’s gallery for more ideas. Next week we will discuss common HVAC issues with pool enclosures. If you would like an early preview, complete the form: