By Emeric Eve. Garden Patio. Published at Monday, May 07th, 2018 - 03:00:19 AM.
Pool water should be clean enough that you can clearly see a coin sitting on the bottom of the pool. It should be free of cloudiness, organic matter and bacteria. Pool water evaporates and in the process, a chemical change occurs. When you add water to bring the water level up to meet the skimmers for filtering, another change occurs in the balance of chemicals. You need to consistently monitor the pH levels to keep up with these chemical changes. Maintaining a proper pH in your pool helps avoid things like stinging eyes and aids sanitizers that help to keep the water clean.
Pools and waterfalls are major items, but if you have a smaller space or budget, you can still add water. A small re-circulating fountain (this could even be a DIY project) can be placed in the middle of an outdoor room or in one corner.
Many people like to add waterfalls to in-ground pools for a jungle or rainforest feel. If you have your heart set on adding a waterfall, your best bet is to work with a landscape architect or designer early in the planning process of your pool.
A patio is often built adjacent to an in-ground pool to offer a place for entertaining and relaxing. They can be made of poured concrete, precast concrete pavers or natural stone such as Pennsylvania bluestone or limestone. The materials that you use for a patio should coordinate with the other hardscape materials you use around your house so that there is a cohesive style or look.
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