With all the buzz around indoor pools, it’s tempting to think of them as the future of outdoor pools.
After all, why not the other pool amenities?
But indoor pools are just as important as the outdoor ones.
When you have a pool, it provides an environment where you can relax, socialize, and have fun.
There are lots of ways to do this.
We have talked before about how outdoor pools are ideal for families, and there’s a reason why they’re the perfect places for people to hang out, play, and socialize.
But indoor pool engineers aren’t so sure.
“When you are working on a pool,” says Steve Fogg, owner of the indoor pool engineering firm AirBucket.
“You have to keep it as clean as possible.
The water is not as good as it is in the pool.
And then the water is still in the house.”
In order to make the outdoor environment a lot cleaner, Fogg recommends a series of steps.
For one, keep your water and fixtures in a constant state of cleanliness.
That means you’ll want to get your pool washed regularly.
In addition, if you have kids, make sure you clean their rooms, bathrooms, and bedrooms regularly.
You can also clean the pool, but you’ll need to spend more time doing so than the outdoors.
And finally, if the pool needs a major overhaul, it will need to be rebuilt with new plumbing, fixtures, and water quality standards.
These improvements are typically made during a new pool project, Fog says.
“If we start a new renovation, we want to keep a very close eye on our pool.”
If your pool has indoor features like a heated water heater, an outdoor pool with a high-efficiency air conditioning system, and a pool spa, you can make sure that your water quality is up to par.
But even when you’re making changes, you’ll have to be careful.
Fogg says that you need to follow proper pool safety practices, such as using an approved, full-time pool maintenance staff, using a pool-specific pump, and ensuring that the pool is properly ventilated.
“A lot of times people have trouble thinking about safety when they start doing these kinds of changes,” he says.
Fog also recommends having a pool that’s built in an appropriate climate zone, and that you have access to an indoor pool area.
But the best way to do that is to take care of it yourself.