Would it be forward to presume that the Orange county weather is more than ideal for having a new pool installed? If not, another question still needs to be answered. What type of pool do you intend having installed, now that you’ve made the decision to do so? While we are at it, can we add another important question? Will your pool be a sustainable feature extension of your existing home? We ask this in light of the need to save on energy costs and reduce our overall carbon foot print.
No more questions from here on, we promise. There won’t be any further assumptions on what your home improvement plans are either. What we will do is highlight the features you can expect if you take the pool installation Orange County option on offer here. It does not even need to be a swimming pool. Whether a pool or a beautiful pond feature, it is beautifully decorated and environmentally sustainable, elevating and improving upon your home’s existing features and garden. We hope that it is an organic one.
The pool’s immediate surroundings are bordered with perfect stone masonry. Natural stone decking is combined with natural stone coping. If you are adding a spa, the stone spa dam wall that must go with it is stacked. With or without a pool, at least one of these beautiful decorative elements must be added. On the smaller scale, you can add a quaint water fountain feature. On a grander and more aesthetic scale you can have it all with a koi pond and a mini wood bridge.
This presentation is rounded off by reminding you that you can bridge the small distance between your garden and backyard entry to your home by focusing on a stone-themed patio element. A prominent feature of this, ideal for any time of the year, is the stone-walled fireplace.