The Natural Swimming Pools Trend
Natural Swimming Pools Are Trending And Everyone Wants One!
What is a Natural Swimming Pool?
A natural swimming pool or natural swimming pond (NSP) is a system consisting of a constructed body of water, where the water is contained by an isolating membrane or membranes, in which no chemicals or devices that disinfect or sterilize water are used, and all clarifying and purifying of the water is achieved through biological filters and plants rooted hydroponically in the system.
Google “Natural Swimming Pools”, you’ll see the DIY or contractors offering their services in building natural swimming pools for residential areas. Natural Swimming Pools have long since been trending (1980s in Austria), since everyone has gone to going green. There is nothing wrong with having a natural pool or a traditional pool.
A natural swimming pool is a filtration system used has biological equivalents in the natural world. Unlike a regular swimming pool a natural swimming pool resembles a pond but with a more controlled state (if desired).
The cost of building a natural pool cost as much a traditional swimming pool, depending on the square footage. Unlike your ordinary pool the yearly cost of maintaining a natural pool (no chemicals to add) cost hundreds of dollars less. In a natural pool you can use concrete, a synthetic or rubber liner, or bentonite clay for the base of your natural pool. At about 35 cents per sq. ft. (not installed), a 3-inch-thick layer of waterproof bentonite is the cheaper option.
Having a natural swimming pool this present day is not common by any means. Natural Swimming Pools might be cheaper in maintenance but over time natural swimming pools can start to look swampy if it is not well maintained, reason being that people will stick to having your traditional pools.
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