One of the most beautiful water features you can add to any pool is a waterfall. Waterfalls can add a beautiful focal point and relaxing sound to any pool. There are several types of waterfalls and a number of ways to incorporate them into your backyard pool. Here is a quick guide to the types of swimming pool waterfalls that are available to help you pick the right one for your pool.
Sheer descent waterfalls are a solid, flat looking stream of water that pours into your pool from a high surface. Sheer descent waterfalls are adjustable and can be incorporated with a range of features. You can have a sheer descent waterfall pouring from a pool wall, an elevated hot tub, or even out of a fountain feature. Sheer descents are wonderful to stand under to cool down or just relax in the rushing stream of water.
Stacked stone waterfalls mimic the waterfalls found in nature. Water trickles or streams down a beautiful rock feature. Stacked stone waterfalls can be small features along the edge of a pool, added to your landscape design, or can be a massive feature with a pool slide or diving board.
Rain arcs are an arching stream of water. They can be included in a pool design in a variety of ways. You can have massive arches streaming from deck jets into your pool or have a multiple tiered arch coming from your pool surround. Children especially love rain arcs because they are fun to play in.
Waterfalls are a gorgeous feature to add to any pool. They can be incorporated in the design of a new pool or easily adding to a pre-existing pool to step up the design. If you’d like to have any of these waterfalls added to your pool, talk with our experts at Tampa Pool Builders. We have installed every kind of waterfall in pools across the Tampa area and can help you pick the one that’s right for your pool area. So check out our photo gallery and give us a call!