If you had a swimming pool, it used to be an indication of wealth; the fact that you or your family could afford to install such a feature on your premises was proof that you did your dealings at the higher end of the market. But no longer! We’re not talking about the blow-up plastic paddling pools you can pick up from most vendors nowadays; a purpose-built swimming pool construction can now be affordable, provide value for money, and can even add value to your property.
Here at Oakleigh Manor, we pride ourselves on our ability to create bespoke projects to not only meet, but exceed, your expectations. This pride extends to our installation of swimming pools. As you can see from the featured image, we can build swimming pools to your requirements; this particular project was rather large – it extended beyond just the swimming pool. Perfection isn’t too bad when we’re juggling umpteen commitments at once, is it?! During this project we are also building a terrace on the same premises during a large landscaping undertaking, which only increases the true perception of our abilities as a company.
As a preferred construction method, we at Oakleigh Manor like to build our swimming pools using a reinforced concrete shell, which would then incorporate something such as mosaic tilting to complete your swimming pool before all that water is pumped in, and all that fun can be had! We prefer to use the concrete method as it offers a greater flexibility in design when in comparison to others methods, such as fibreglass; swimming pools can be constructed in any size, style or shape when using concrete. This creative flexibility mirrors our ethos to adopt bespoke projects and producing unique, one-of-a-kind end-products. Another benefit of this method is that it can make a challenging site, such as a smaller space or even a hillside location, a little easier!
So there you have it! If you would like more information, you can visit the dedicated webpage on swimming pool installation on our website at http://oakleighmanor.com/services/swimming-pools/.
This article was written by Lewis