Water Features for Your New Pool!
What could be more fun than a rushing waterslide artfully twisting through lagoon-style rockwork? Or a magical grotto tucked behind a waterfall just begging to be explored? Let the little ones splash around in bubblers placed on a shallow tanning ledge, and while you enjoy the convenience of a place to catch some sun while not getting fully submerged. Expression Custom Pools has just the right features to take care of you and your family.
Waterfalls and Grottos
Most popular with freeform and lagoon-style pools, waterfalls can be constructed of a variety of stone and stone-look materials and
in any size and scale. An especially popular trend is a larger-scale waterfall that creates a hidden, swim-in grotto, equally perfect for an exciting childhood adventure or a romantic stolen kiss!
Sheer descents are water features that gently pour into the pool from pool or spa walls and come in configurations as various as
a “sheet of glass” effect to sheets of rain-like droplets. They range in size from a few inches wide to several feet for a plethora of elegant-looking applications, all providing the soothing sound of falling water!
Adding fire features to your pool creates a beautiful and dramatic ambiance. Watch the dancing flames come alive at night, making for an
attractive focal point in your backyard space. At Expression Custom Pools we have our own custom fire bowl mold making installation time shorter!
Pool LED Lighting
The use of LED lighting in your backyard poolscape adds a whole new dimension to the look you’re trying to achieve. Whether you’re incorporating
LED accent lighting throughout the project or into custom features like rainfalls, bubblers, and steps, a little illumination goes a long way.
A sunshelf or tanning ledge is a flat ledge typically located at the entrance of the pool. This is the perfect location for a lounge chair or
the sun-worshipper who wants to avoid getting overheated from the sun or fully submerged while still enjoying the pool.
A raised spa not only makes easier access to the spa but adds a luxury element to your backyard. A raised spa stands out in
the design as opposed to a pool-level spa.