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Did You Know These Before Going for Plunge Pool?

Are you interested to have a plunge pool at home? Such pools can be accommodated within a smaller space and you can have the luxury of swimming in your own home.

For generation X as well as for most baby boomers, a plunge pool can be one of the most popular options these days. Also, it can be a perfect option for a small homeowner. Usually, any of the best plunge pools will not be much deeper than any traditional pool.

However, before you decide to go for any plunge pool at home, there are a few things that you must be aware of.

Unlike the traditional larger swimming pools, which are generally built to swim, a plunge pool can be used only for lounging, wading, or just for to cool off after spending the whole long day.

Like most of the new homes these days are constructed on smaller plots, going for a certain plunge pool is a unique way for saving your space and also be a proud owner of having your own pool.

What a plunge pool actually is?

As such, there is no specific definition to define a plunge pool. Only they are small and shallow pools, which are restricted to swimming laps. Normally, any plunge pool can measure 4 – 7 meters in length and 2 – 3 meters in width and the maximum depth can be 1.2 meters. A pool that is smaller than 6 meters can be considered a plunge pool.

Plunge pool cost

Most of us tend to think that plunge pools are much smaller as compared to any traditional swimming pools and hence it will be a very cheaper option. Unfortunately, they will not be as cheap as you expected.

Often these pools will be accommodated within a smaller space and design accordingly may even increase its cost too. Also, building a pool of 5 meters X 8 meters may require an additional cost to get permission from the local authority. However, its installation cost can be a little less than an average-sized swimming pool.

Also, a few extra features may increase the price of the plunge pool like the swim jets and a few exercise machines like spa jets, etc. This can add an extra $7,000 to your total cost based on the size of the pool and the brand used for the device.

Usually, seats will not be installed in your plunge pools, but you can install them if you prefer. There are a few seats available of different designs. Again, it will depend on the choice of the owner, which design he prefers, and that will also add to the cost.

Heat may enter the swimming pool through the floor thanks to the in-floor drainage and its cleaning system, which helps the pool to heat up faster. Based on the scale of your pool and the other amenities added to personalize it, a 5.2m x 3.4m size fiberglass plunge pool might cost anywhere between $35,000 to $50,000.

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