What is the smallest inground pool size?
Most of the smallest in-ground pools across all pool types, on average, are around 12′ by 24′, 10′ by 15′, or even a 10′ x 10′ Spool/Cocktail pool!
What can I put in a small swimming pool?
Small Inground Pool Design Ideas
- Add a Tanning Ledge. A tanning ledge is the perfect spot for relaxing in the pool on a hot summer day.
- Paint It Black.
- Install Color-Changing Lights.
- Upgrade Your Coping and Patio.
- Install an Underwater Mosaic.
- Build a Rock Waterfall.
- Add a Cascade.
- Add a Spa.
Is 12×24 pool too small?
A 12×24 foot pool has a surface area that covers 288 feet, so it should be big enough for your needs based on this rough calculation.
How small can a backyard pool be?
While the sizes and dimensions of pools vary, anything that’s about 10 feet by 10 feet or smaller is typically considered a small pool. In terms of depth, three feet is standard for soaking and floating, and four to five feet and above is the best depth for lap pools.
Are plunge pools worth it?
The most obvious benefit to a plunge pool is that they enable people who do not have space for a traditional swimming pool to fit a pool in their yard. The smaller size also naturally means that plunge pools are cheaper to buy and install, and they are cheap to operate with heating, filtration, and cleaning.
Does a plunge pool add value to your home?
A Swimart survey found 90 per cent of pool owners believed their pool boosted the value of their house by an average of $30,000; with estimates ranging between $10,000 and $100,000, depending on size, style and location.
Can I DIY a plunge pool?
Still, thanks to its small size, a pool contractor should be able to install a plunge pool in just a couple of weeks, versus the six-to-eight week time period for a regular in-ground pool. You can also go the DIY route with a plunge pool, but we recommend this only for those with advanced skills.