Waterfalls are restful to listen to and beautiful to behold. They’re an elegant addition to the pool, add character, and they offer a variety of benefits. A waterfall doesn’t need to be large or ostentatious to be effective, create a focal point, and breathe new life into the pool area.
A waterfall can easily be incorporated into the original pool build and they can be retrofitted to existing swimming pools. It’s essential that you work with a pool specialist throughout the process to ensure it’s structurally sound and accommodates the aesthetics of an existing pool. The following are the little known benefits of adding a waterfall to your pool.
The moving water of a waterfall helps significantly in preventing the growth of algae. Pool water moves as it’s filtered, but not to the extent that a waterfall provides. The more motion water has, the less likely algae will grow in your pool.
A waterfall can be incorporated into a corner of the pool, free-floating versions are available, along with those that can be anchored at the bottom of the pool. No matter which style you choose, waterfalls can be adorned with color-changing lights to provide an additional level of safety and set the mood for your outdoor space. It’s an easy way to update the look of your pool.
Your normal pool filtering system will be the primary way in which debris is removed from the pool. While a waterfall is not replacement for a well-maintained filtering system, the moving water in your pool from a waterfall will be cleaner.
People around the world have found the sound of running water one of the most soothing and relaxing of auditory experiences. The sounds from a waterfall act as a form of white noise with the power to help you destress and relax.
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