Slatted thermal pool cover installed and tested in Pershore

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A recently completed project in Worcestershire was a new build fully insulated deck level pool. It benefited from the latest energy saving technology in the automated plant-room and a remote controlled slatted thermal pool cover which is hidden away in the floor of the pool.

Working directly with the Architect from first conception meant that everything pool related could be taken into account during the pool hall design.

The final result is a contemporary and stylish pool that blend modernity with functionality.

Slatted thermal pool cover benefits

The benefits of a slatted thermal pool cover should not be underestimated; not only will it keep your pool water warm whilst you are not using it thus saving on the running costs. They also prevent water evaporation, meaning your dehumidification system will have less work to do keeping the pool hall humidity stable and thus protecting the fabric of your pool hall.

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New Basement Pool Project, London: Slab Installation

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Reinforced concrete slab designed to withstand the force of a large volume of water. The following day, construction of the pool shell can begin. It doesn’t take long before the shape of the final product emerges.

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Pool Slab Poured, Romsey

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We have just started a new project near Romsey, Hampshire. We are constructing an ICF pool inside the existing liner pool shell. The Shell, however, cannot be relied on structurally. Therefore we are treating this project as a new build, requiring a reinforced concrete base for the Quad-Lock structure.

Concrete Poured – Hydrotherapy Spa, East Sussex

Concrete for both spa and balance tank is poured in one

Concrete Pour Complete

Because the structures are unified, both the balance tank and hydrotherapy pool are poured as one. This ensures a homogeneous mix without the risk of cracking which can occur when two mixes are poured at different intervals. The concrete will be allowed to cure before the removal of supports, the project will then proceed with the internal structure of the spa.