With a land pool, the owner gets a swimming pool that is in line with the rest of the plot. It is buried in the ground and is seen as the classic variant of the pool. It is also the one who, at least for the eye, takes the least of the pool options available, as it does not interfere with the garden's space.
A land pool can be built in several different ways. The classic way is to place a site-built ground pool with a surface of clinker. However, it is a very expensive option, although it is a sustainable and beautiful way to build a pool. The foundation is then a cast mold in concrete, but there are also those who build such a pool in lecablock.
A good much more common and cheaper model for the private pool owner is to choose a pool in the form of a cart with liner. It is a form that is put down into the ground and where the walls are covered with a cloth called liner.
A field pool is often made to be buried and dimensioned for this. The fields around hold the shape of the pool itself and form the backing. There are also pool systems that can be grounded or dug down depending on your wishes. These can also work well in hilly fields, where part of the land pool ends without surrounding and backyards.
It is also important that stems and liner hold the Swedish climate, which is a bit special with its cold and bitter winters. Please take recommendations from others before deciding on the type of swimming pool.
There are lots of sizes and shapes in a field pool. The most common is a field pool measuring 4 times 8 meters. The larger the land pool, the more the building and the heating system require. Another interesting aspect is the form. It is easiest to build a rectangular shape, but one with rounded edges or with a kidney-shaped design is an experience even for the eye.
The ground pools dug into the ground are intended for this purpose. They need support all the way around and it's easiest to get through a gravel bed. The bed is laid in connection with the liners and when the water is filled in the ground pool. The sides of the pool are often anchored with stag to provide a good stability. Freezing pools do not require stabbing or gravel filling as traditional pools do.
A cover is a must - partly to ensure that children and others are safe from drowning when the pool is not being used and to keep warm in the field pool. The cover is also a great way to keep unwanted items from the pool. A popular option is the built-in staircase.
There are several different types of heating systems to choose from and pool lighting provides access to bath and play even during the dark hours of the day.
Around the pool a flat and dry area is needed where the children's and adult legs can run around safely. It can easily be solved with a wooden deck or a paved surface. You can also do a wide edge around the field pool and then let the lawn get on. Feel free to handle the pool at the pool to reduce the risk of accidents.
Cleaning systems make it easier to take care of the pool and keep the water fresh for a long time. They are often included, but not always in a pool system. Sand filter and pool cleaner also make life easier for the pool owner.
To heat the water in the pool, there are heat pumps to buy. The solar-powered heat pump is preferred, as it keeps costs down. It is also possible to connect the heating system to the waterborne system in the house. The one that is really hot water even during spring and autumn can install a heat exchanger.
There are many opportunities, but also many pitfalls when it comes to building a land pool. Always think about budget, wishes and opportunities carefully before the construction begins. Always request a quote from several companies before deciding which landpool you should choose. The price may differ between different suppliers, as well as quality and what is included in the pool package.
Maintenance in a field pool is important. Cleansing and keeping the walls clean is a prerequisite for healthy baths. In a pool of liner the water can be left in the pool even during the winter. The pipes, filters and pumps must be emptied of water so as not to blow up during the cold months of the year.
There is no requirement for a building permit for a land pool. On the other hand, a market permit or a building license may be required to build it. Talk to the municipality before work on the field pool is started so you are on the safe side.