Installing a swimming pool is a long-term investment, lasting at least 20 years. To get the most out of your pool, it’s a good idea to think carefully about your project beforehand, taking into account both the technical characteristics of your pool as well as options and any outdoor features.
While many criteria influence the price of your shell pool, however, it’s the dimensions of your pool that will guide the final decision. In fact, a
(less than 10m2) is easier to manufacture, transport and install than a standard standard pool.
So before you embark on your pool project, find out everything you need to know before choosing the right size of your pool ! And, if you’re in any doubt, don’t hesitate to call on our
team of experts
they’ll be happy to help.
The different costs associated with the size of your pool
If the dimensions of your pool directly influence the budget allocated to the construction and installation of your pool, daily maintenance is also concerned. In fact, your consumption of water, electricity and maintenance products depends directly on the size of your pool. Explanations:
– Water budget: no water, no pool! Whether it’s filling or maintenance, you’ll need a large volume of water, proportional to the size of your plant. dimensions of your pool. For your information, you’ll need 1,000 liters of water to fill one cubic meter; multiply the number of cubic meters of your pool by 1,000 and you’ll get the amount of water needed to fill your pool. With the price of water currently estimated at €4.14/m3, you can quickly get an idea of the total cost of filling your pool.
– Electricity budget: Although essential for keeping water clean and healthy, the pool filtration pump operates on a daily basis, and is therefore one of the most energy-intensive items. And the larger your pool, the greater the power required for your filtration pump the more electricity it consumes! Would you like to estimate the cost of your daily electricity consumption? It’s as simple as :
– convert your pump’s power (expressed in watts) into kilowatts by dividing by 1,000 ;
– multiply the figure obtained by the number of hours of daily use;
– multiply the result by the price per kWh – which varies from one electricity supplier to another.
– Maintenance budget: whether your pool is maintained with chlorine, bromine or salt salt electrolysisIf your pool has a large volume of water, you’ll need to budget more for maintenance. Conversely, a mini-pool requires fewer maintenance products and is therefore more economical.
Shell pool: what size to choose?
Although budget is an important criterion to take into account when choosing the right dimensions of your poolother elements are equally fundamental. Indeed, the size of your pool should be defined according to :
– the surface area of your garden: when you’re planning to building a swimming poolIt’s not uncommon to want to think big. But keep in mind that it’s the surface area of your land that will determine the size of your pool… and not the other way around!
– intended use and number of bathers: in addition to the size of your garden, you’ll also need to take into account how you’ll be using your pool. Do you have a sporting bent and like to swim laps every day? So you certainly won’t need the same dimensions as a homeowner who just prefers to cool off on hot days. The number of bathers also influences the choice of the size of your pool Whether you’re a single couple or a large family, your needs are likely to differ.
Once you’ve made a list of your expectations, you can decide on the ideal ideal size for your pool. Then all you have to do is make a
of your dream pool to get a quote!
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