Who hasn’t dreamed of one day having a swimming pool in their backyard? A swimming pool is a great place to relax and a purchase that increases the value of a house without requiring huge expenses. A wooden pool is an excellent choice and is both aesthetically pleasing and durable.
A wooden swimming pool is solid and easy to assemble.
Choosing a wooden pool is a good idea because the advantages of wood are numerous. Those who opt for a composite pool design can choose from a variety of colours and shades to suit every garden setting. The wood used to manufacture the pools is rigorously selected to guarantee the best resistance and optimal aesthetic qualities. The manufacturers offer wood that has been specially treated: injection of specific products to reinforce the natural resistance of the wood, high temperature cooking, exterior treatment. No risk of splintering, UV resistance, weather resistance, the wooden swimming pool is a product that stands the test of time.
How to choose the wood for a swimming pool
The finish of a wooden pool is of high quality and gives it a smooth and silky appearance without any risk for the pool users. Every year, more and more private individuals are being seduced and opt for the installation of a wooden pool in their garden. The range of models is varied and it is possible to equip the pool with several accessories to facilitate maintenance, a ladder, a diving board to enjoy even more the pleasure of having a pool at home. It is essential to choose quality pool wood. At the time of purchase, it is imperative to check the category of the wood that has been used. Indeed, there are 5 classifications of wood quality ranging from 1 to 5.
The exotic wood pool, a quality choice
Tropical species make it possible to manufacture wooden pool models of exceptional quality. For the respect of the environment, wood from sustainable forestry should be preferred. To benefit from a quality product, if you do not want to invest in a teak model which is one of the most beautiful exotic woods, choose preferably a wood of category 4 or 5, these classes of wood benefiting from a guarantee of 10, 15 or even 20 years.