The rectangular pool is a timeless pool shape. Popular for decades, the rectangular pool has certainly found its admirers. The classic lines of the rectangular pool make it an undeniably appealing design for a garden pool.
It can also be fitted with either integrated or exterior steps, depending on your needs.
But is it really practical? While other pool shapes can be tailored to fit perfectly into your terrain, the rectangular pool is a shape that structures the space. The terrain has to adapt to fit the rectangle rather than the other way around.
You will love the spaciousness of the rectangular Barbara pool: a great choice for enjoying unlimited swimming. Its advantage: rounded corners, for good water circulation and easy maintenance. The addition of exterior steps (an optional extra) gives structure to the spaces and makes this the perfect multi-zone pool.
You will love the simple, timeless shape of the rectangular Sara pool. The integrated Inside steps free up the space for longer swimming lengths. The perfect pool for following swimming lengths with some well-deserved relaxation. Its rounded corners make for much easier maintenance.
Are you torn between the simple modern shape of a rectangular pool and the gentle curves of an oval one? The rectangular Luna pool will be perfect for you! With the comfort and sociable nature of the Pacio steps, equipped with optional whirlpool jets, it will become the focal point of your barbecue parties.
Geometry lovers will enjoy the Emilie pool’s straight lines. The Emilie’s classic right angles will leave your garden looking sophisticated and elegant. Sizes from 3.4 m to 10.8 m.
Before you go ahead and invest in a rectangular pool, you need to be aware that there are different types of construction:
Each process is different. At Waterair Swimming Pools, the framework of our pools consists of corrugated steel panels. This structure carries a 20-year warranty* and makes it easy to install a Waterair pool, even on the most difficult of terrains. The advantage of this technique is that it allows you to customise your pool.
*In accordance with our warranty terms and conditions
The main way in which you can customise your rectangular pool is by adding steps.
Fans of rectangular pools are likely to choose integrated steps because they preserve the rectangular shape, despite being less multizone. Although they preserve the pool’s clean lines, however, integrated steps can’t be placed wherever you want them. You can say goodbye to enjoying the sunset or the view of the terrace from the steps: once the’re positioned, you can’t move them!
Exterior steps, however, do offer this possibility, which means you’ll be able to have a leisurely poolside drink while enjoying your chosen view!
Each option has its benefits, but make sure you consider the practical aspects of your steps before choosing them!
In most cases, in addition to choosing the type of steps that suit you, you’ll also be able to make your choice from several other customisable criteria:
And many others …
Our sales representatives are specially trained to help you choose and customise your pool and answer all your questions. Thanks to a personalised study, your project can be designed to satisfy your needs and desires!
At Waterair Swimming Pools, our alternative to the rectangular pool is the oval shape, which provides a longer swimming length for an equivalent surface area.
In addition, the space it takes up on the terrain facilitates movement around the pool, as you don’t have to negotiate corners.
For an area equivalent to 20m²:
The oval shape of our pools softens the angles while remaining very contemporary.
All that remains is for you to decide on your choice of steps: integrated – in other words positioned at the end of the pool – or exterior, which you can position to suit you.
You’ve imagined the pool of your dreams, now let’s create it together!
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