One of the major problems that many owners face in having outdoor swimming pools is that they are not able to use their pool for a full 12 months. Winter may prove too cold to swim.
The problem is that, while it is possible to heat the pool water to a suitable level, but the outdoor environment makes getting in and out of the pool a "terrible" experience.
There is, of course, a solution and it was only to protect the pool with some kind of cover that offers sufficient space to allow swimming. When it comes to the pool enclosure there are three main options.
The first option is retractable or folding pool enclosure. This accessory is generally metal framed security glass or plastic (such as polytunnels) and they slide on the pool provides a shield and plenty of light.
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The second is a short-term expandable cover that can be established and then removed after the pool is used. Right convection warmer can be used to pump hot air into the dome.
The third preference is the pool house, permanent structures constructed to enclose the pool. A pool house can be built of brick or stone with large glazed areas and offers the flexibility to control the environment around the pool using the heaters and dehumidifiers.