DIY Cold plunge pool? I’m going to be totally honest, personally, I’m a hot tub guy and this blog and my YouTube Channel have lots of info on this. Freezing cold water is not for me! That said, there are many of you DIYers that are looking to build cold plunge pools. In this article I will cover what you need to think about in your designs.
Yes, you can build a DIY Swim Spa is the short answer. In general, Swim Spa, Endless Pool, Counter Currents, Swim Jets tend to all be mixed and matched into sentences used to describe a small pool that has a “machine” to enable you to swim continually.
I get asked an awful lot about combining pool and hot tub plumbing kit. In this article I hope to highlight some of the problems you will face if you do try and combine them. I will also highlight some of the areas where it is possible to combine parts.
At its most basic, a spool pool is a small swimming pool. It is a swimming pool in every way apart from its size. It is much smaller than your regular pool. So where does the the term spool pool come from. Well, the main difference is that you are not going to be doing laps in your pool. You are more likely to be relaxing with a drink in your hand.
Hot Tub Pool Combos are popular at hotels and resorts. So the question is, can we actually build these ourselves in our backyards? The simple answer is yes, you can build a hot tub pool combo in your back yard but there are a number of things you need to consider.
Having a DIY plunge pool in your back yard doesn’t get any better in those hot summer months! Did you know however, that they are easier to build than you think? In this article we are going to look at all the different variables you are going to need to consider to build your ultimate DIY plunge pool. Don’t worry, as I have already said it is easier than you think.