When people start to think about installing a pool in their backyard or opening a business that features swimming pools, they can sometimes forget how many options there really are. You could install a standard swimming pool that would be fun for your family and, in the case of a business, your customers. But if you were to install a riverpool or swim spa pools, then your backyard would be the hit of the neighborhood and your business would take off.
All you need to do is become a little more familiar with each of these types of pools to determine if they are right for your situation. You would be surprised how much fun a specialty pool can be and how exciting the variety of having a unique pool will feel. A riverpool is a pool that is shaped like a river. These kinds of pools are usually reserved for businesses that are going to offer tubing or rafting adventures.
But if you have a large enough backyard, then you will want to consider your own river. It looks like a pool, but its narrow shape and wandering design look like a river. Some people will use a circular design of this kind of pool to create an island oasis in the middle of it. Another use for this kind of pool is to install water jets in it and create your own rapids. You can go white water rafting in your own backyard with rapids that are completely adjustable. When you are done rafting, then you can go swimming in your own man-made river.
Swim spa pools are a little different than a riverpool, but the concept is essentially the same. A swim spa is a pool that can act as a small lap pool, a water jet spa or a smaller recreational pool. The water jets are critical in a swim spa just as they are with the man-made river. The spa jets can be used to help apply pressure to your back and other parts of your body to relieve stress, or they can be used as resistance while you swim short laps in your spa. You can have a separate swim section and a separate spa section that can allow someone to swim some laps while everyone else relaxes in the spa.