Where Does Water Go In Infinity Pools?
It’s a commonly asked question: Where does the water go in an infinity pool? And the answer, as you might guess, is everywhere. Since there is no end to an infinity pool, the water is free to wander off and explore as far as it pleases.
The water in an infinity pool flows to all parts of the pool, including the middle. This is a feature that makes the water in an infinity pool unique. As a result, there is always a tiny stream flowing by, which may even appear to be a circle when viewed from above.
The Benefits Of An Infinity Pool
As we’ve established, the water in an infinity pool has no boundaries. This means it can flow in and out of the pool at will. But what does this mean in practice? Let’s explore a few of the benefits of an infinity pool. (And I think you’ll see that they’re pretty great.)
- No pool cover is needed since the water is constantly moving. This keeps the water clean, free of leaves, and refreshingly cool.
- There’s no fear of rain damage as there’s no roof above the pool. This means fewer stressors on your part and less to take care of after the fact.
- There’s no limit to how much you can play in the water. So if you love water sports, you can always set up a waterslide or a fountain. Or maybe even an entire pool party!
- No one restriction on how much water you can have in the pool. This means you can have as much or as little water as you want. And if you want to have a drink, you can do so without worrying about running out of water. (Alcohol by the drink is also acceptable in this scenario.)
How To Build An Infinity Pool
One of the best things about having an infinity pool is that it’s so easy to build. All you need is a strong back and a willing to work hard. Once you’ve poured the concrete slab, you can start working on the pool. (Tip: Check out these DIY videos to get you started.)
It’s important to make sure you do this phase correctly. If you’ve followed the right steps, you will have a solid foundation upon which to build. This will help keep the pool level and prevent headaches later on. Also, make sure you use an indicator to make sure the concrete has cured properly. (If you’re not sure what this is, check out this helpful guide to tell you when to lay down the final coat of paint.)
Once the pool is built, you can start adding the finishing touches. This includes adding a deck or patio, fixing up the fencing, and putting in the light fixtures. (If you’ve followed the right steps, this should all be smooth sailing.)
This is one of the most exciting times in your life. You’re finally going to enjoy a pool and the outdoors in the same place. (And it’s also one of the more stressful times as well. Be sure you’re ready for the responsibility that comes with having a pool.)
So go outside and enjoy life. Take a dip in the pool whenever you like. Play in the water and have some fun. (Just stay safe around the pool area.)