It’s decided! After careful consideration, you finally decide to go for it. building your shell pool. Thanks to our tips for customize your pool of your dreams, it gradually begins to take shape in your mind: shapes, depth, coping… You even know how to design the outside of your pool! But one question remains unanswered: which
choose from those offered by your Aboral pool specialist ?
Pure white, azure blue, papyrus, quartz or ivory… With this multitude of colors, the field of possibilities is wide open. Discover our tips for choosing the right color for your future siding flat- or sloped-bottom poolto match your exterior.
How do you choose the color of your polyester pool?
Choosing the color of your shell pool is not a decision to be taken lightly. In fact, it will determine, for several years to come, the pool water color. To make the right choice, here are a few things you need to know before making your decision.
Your external environment
Choosing the color of your pool shell is essential. And for good reason: it’s one of the first things you’ll see when you enter your outdoor space. To create a harmonious look, it’s best to match the color of your home, woodwork and terrace.
In addition, when you choose the color color of your pool shellIf you’re not sure what you want to achieve, take into account the look you want to achieve. Looking for a bright aquatic space? Or does a more subdued tone suit your home better?
In any case, light tones are preferable, as they allow you to better appreciate the blue quality of the pool water. They don’t camouflage floor imperfections, and their effect is brighter. Finally, while pastel colors offer a soft, comforting look, cool shades such as gray will combine comfort and elegance.
Depending on the hull color you choose, the color of your pool water will not be the same. For example, if you choose a white shell, you’ll get azure-blue pool water. Conversely, if you choose a quartz color, your pool water will be more mint blue.
To ensure the safety of bathers, we recommend that you do not opt for darker colors that will prevent you from seeing the depth of the pool. Prefer colors that remain in a light tone, especially if you have young bathers in your household.
Pool water temperature
Compared with clear pool shells (blue, beige, white), dark pool shells tend to attract infrared rays and therefore absorb more heat. So, unlike light shades, dark pool hulls are more likely to attract heat and warm the pool water.
Keep in mind, however, that this gap remains relatively modest. In fact, the maximum difference observed between the water temperature of a clear pool and that of a darker pool. is around 2°C.
The different colors of Aboral shell pools
Your French pool specialist Aboral offers you, during the construction of your poola color chart for your pool shell Pure white, blue, papyrus, quartz and ivory. Depending on your choice and the amount of sunlight your pool receives, the color of your water will not be the same. The following explanations should help you to understand the rendering, and therefore guide you in your choice.
– Pure white: A white shell will produce azure-blue pool water. And the more sunshine you get, the more crystal-clear your water will be. On the contrary, it will appear darker when the sky is cloudy. Be aware, however, that with this color, dirt – particularly around the waterline – will be more visible.
– Azure blue: the blue hulls have many assets. In addition to giving your water a sumptuous lagoon blue color, it has the advantage of being less messy than beige or white hulls. This is one of the reasons why it has been so popular with pool owners for years.
– Papyrus: for a more modern look, you can also dare to use the color papyrus. With this type of color, you’ll get mint-blue pool water, perfect for sunny days.
– Quartz: darker than papyrus, quartz intensifies the mint blue of your water. These tones are equally at home in a contemporary setting, or alongside an older-style stone building.
– Ivory: for a pond in harmony with your garden, choose an ivory-colored ivory-colored shell which gives you extremely natural, turquoise-green water. Bear in mind, however, that with this type of color, algae problems will be harder to detect.
Other elements that affect water color
In addition to the shell colorthe color of a pool’s water is linked to three other factors: natural sunlight, the ageing of the liner and the sanitary condition of the water.
Sunlight plays a vital role in the color of your pool water. color of your pool water. In addition to choosing the right color for your pool’s shell, it’s also important to select the right location.
You should also know that all pool linersHowever resilient they may be, they lose their intensity over time. This aging of the hull is due to several factors:
– Excessive use of chemical treatments to balance balance the pH of the water ;
– Prolonged exposure to UV rays;
– A pool left without water for too long (especially after draining);
– Poor hull maintenance.
Finally, if your pool water changes color and turns green in a short space of time, it’s probably due to poor chemical balance or the presence of green algae.
Not sure which color to choose? Would you like a specialist’s opinion? Don’t hesitate to contact the Aboral teams for advice. They’ll be delighted to help you with your project!
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