Planning Advice For Your Indoor Swimming Pool

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Although there is certainly something wonderful about a home that has an outdoor swimming pool to enjoy it is also fantastic to have one indoors. Of course there are few properties that have a pool both inside and out but those with an indoor pool get to enjoy it on any occasion that they like without having to check that the weather is good enough to allow it. If arranging to have an indoor pool installed in your home is something that is on your mind then here are some bits of advice.

 Indoor Swimming Pool
Will planning permission be required?
An indoor swimming pool is a feature that is more of a possibility now for some people than it has ever been before due to a number of factors. Although the thought of any kind of extension in your home will instantly leave you wondering if you will require planning permission the good news with an indoor pool is that you do not need it in the majority of cases. However, the last thing that you want to have to deal with after it has been installed is finding out that you actually did require permission so you should never leave this to chance. Contact the relevant authority local to you and make sure of this detail before you go any further.

Can you afford to have one?

Having an indoor pool is most definitely tempting but do you have the finances to pay for it? It is certainly an addition to your property that will take a bit of time to put together and once you have had it installed it is yours for as long as you wish to keep it. Make sure that this will not be an expensive venture that gives you problems with your money in other areas.

Style and heating
If you are able to have a swimming pool inside your home then you have the opportunity to choose from a range of different styles. It is important to select one that will suit you in terms of how it looks and certainly with regard to the functional aspect of the shape and its other features. Although the huge advantage of having a pool indoors as opposed to outside is the fact you can use it no matter what the temperature is like outside you may still wish to heat it. Again, there are a few different options to choose from when it comes to how you do this so find the method that fits your circumstances.

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