Swimming Pool Waterfalls Construction

Swimming Pool Waterfalls Construction That is Pleasing and Exciting

If you already have a pool in your yard or want to enhance your existing pool, a waterfall is a great idea. Whether you prefer a Tahitian waterfall or want a pool with a rock waterfall and slide, No Limit Pools can walk you through the construction process and provide design inspiration.

Here are a few construction tips to ensure that your new waterfall is one of the best parts of your new or renovated pool.

Match the Waterfall with the Landscape

When you are building a waterfall into pool spaces, the shape, and size of the waterfall need to coordinate with the rest of the surrounding landscape. If you want the waterfall to look as natural as possible, do not build it too high if the rest of your yard is flat. The waterfall will appear more natural if a small hill or ledge is formed around it.

Be sure that the size of the waterfall matches the size of the pool and the size of your yard. A waterfall that is too big will take up too much space and may look overwhelming. If the waterfall is too large, you may not be able to swim the full distance of the pool comfortably.

Build the Waterfall in the Right Place

Whether you’re building a rock waterfall pool structure or want the waterfall to have a more abstract appearance, it’s best to construct the waterfall close to an electrical outlet in your backyard.

The waterfall skimmer, in particular, should be near an outlet. The skimmer sends the water back to the top of the waterfall so that the water will flow down the waterfall structure. Skimmers need electrical power, and if the skimmer is no more than 10-12 feet from an outlet, so the skimmer cord will not run across your yard.

Think About Water Conservation

Financially it will be better if the waterfall is not constructed in an elevated section of your yard. Your water pump will have to work harder if the waterfall is uphill, which means you will be using more gallons per hour.

A waterfall on level or slightly elevated ground could save water and help you stay within your pool maintenance budget. Talk to your contractor about getting a quality water pump that is easy to read and operate, so you will know how much water you are using.

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Swimming Pool Waterfalls Construction

Whether you already have a pool or are considering constructing a pool with customized features, a waterfall can bring your backyard aesthetic together. Swimming pool waterfalls construction can add texture and structure to the pool, and you can add plants and tropical flowers to make the pool look like its part of your favorite resort. That is why No Limit Pools is here to help you find the pool waterfall that is perfect for your outdoor setting.

No Limit Pools is a swimming pool contractor serving Maricopa County AZ, the areas of Phoenix, Scottsdale, Mesa, Chandler, Gold Canyon, Gilbert and beyond. We have the tools, resources, and expert builders you need for a beautiful waterfall that will make your pool more attractive. No Limit is a pools company that has been in business for years.

We know what it takes to construct a pool that is safe and fun for your family while providing value to your property. We are happy to answer all your questions and to show you our previous work to provide design inspiration and the assurance that you will get quality results.

Contact No Limit Pools for additional information regarding swimming pool waterfalls construction or our other pool builder services.

Maricopa County AZ

Areas we provide swimming pool waterfall construction and all types of new custom pools, landscapes and more.

Phoenix, Scottsdale, Mesa, Chandler, Gilbert, Glendale, Tempe, Surprise, Sun City, Cave Creek, Fountain Hills, Goodyear, Buckeye, Avondale, Paradise Valley, Carefree, Gila Bend, Youngtown, Sun Lakes, Tonopah, New River,  Morristown, Arlington, Aguila, Komatke, Tolleson, Wickenburg, Litchfield Park, Sun City West, El Mirage, Theba, Kaka, Citrus Park, Guadalupe, Wittmann, Rio Verde, Wranglers Roost, and Wintersburg AZ (Arizona)