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Cipriano Landscape Design & Custom Swimming Pools
1 Review
Alpine Custom Inground Swimming Pool
Agency), a build-up of only 0.42” of dirt on a heating or cooling coil can decrease efficiency by 21% and increase the electrical usage. In fact, according to LCES (Louisiana Cooperative Extension Services), a well -maintained cooling system can reduce your utility bill by as much as $30.00 per month
Tile work on the bottom of the pool is cool. And i like bungalows
“Symmetry” — terrilmullins
Summerset Gardens/Joe Weuste
22 Reviews
Pool Patio & Fog Mist System
Pool Patio & Fog Mist System
A stone patio pool surround. A mist system was installed in the patio for effect and to provide a way to cool the stone on extremely hot days. This pool renovation project is located in Orange County, New York. Landscape & masonry design and construction services in the New Jersey and New York areas
Very cool look--what is the purpose of the misters?
Do the misting system make the patio slippery.
The moisture from the mist system is no different than pool water splashing onto the pavement.
Email me at info@summersetgardens.com with some info about the patio that you are installing and I can give some ideas of costs for a mist system
How much would a system similar to this cost? About
“Fogging system” — kehlanpools
Phil Kean Designs
2012 New American Home
often people have to go fishing for their dropped items! Has the Designer also include a retrieval system for items lost 'overboard'. I wonder...
They can put on the shelf on the pool of color lilke the green or red, so they can use this skin of the pool of machine to light the cool air of the colors of this pool to learn about so they can see the first cole colors of the pool.
Cool table. No likey the chairs
“backyard” — ravecody
Northern Virginia Landscape Architecture and Construction
Metes & Bounds Landscape Design was established in 2004 as a landscape architecture firm dedicated to providing full-service design/build solutions for residential properties.
Estancia La Quinta by TD Desert Development
I guess there is a system to drain water away from the fire pit.
Ok, this is just plain cool. Destination campfire??
are you kidding me with the sunken fire pit - IN the pool. So cool!
Really cool pool idea
big but cool...Looks really cool...new system...cool pool...Other pool so cool
“fantastic” — Conrad Benjamin
Deep River Partners
2 Reviews
Lake Michigan Home
and circulated like a pool. It uses ozone rather than chlorine for the system so that there is not a chlorine smell.
thanks for clarifying - it is very cool :)
There is de-humidification built in to the mechanical systems, so it is there if needed. It is also in a space that is not enclosed,
crazy cool! not functional for our place...but still cool
This functions as a pool not a hot tub, but very cool regardless.
How cool if this were a hot tub!
“cua di” — hphuoc
Pool Stop
Water Features & Fountains
It uses a Pentair Intellichlor (salt) system. We used a pebbled surface to mimic the sand look. If you have any more questions, please email us at watersedge@poolstoponline.com!
Fire Pit in the pool - So COOL....
Fire pit and pool connected looks really cool
Cool! Fire with pool around
it's just damn cool...Another ...cool!...cool shape
“Firepit surrounded by pool” — matthewbooma
Coronado Stone Products
9 Reviews
Award Winning Pool Featuring Appalachian Field Stone Siding - Coronado Stone
Columns under patio Misting system at patio
So many cool features
Misters to keep cool
Musters for cooling...mist system...Misting system
“Columns” — rcronk
2Scale Architects
7 Reviews
Columbia Street Residence
Which door system did you use and how much was it?
@caromck- I thought that some info on Lift and Slide Doors would help you understand what type of doors these are. Operation of this type of sliding door system and the track options define the overall description. With the use of a large leverage handle, the operator engages a double v-gasket seal at the top
the door by turning the handle to lock the door. The panels use their own weight to compress the seals thus creating a completely weather-tight wall system when in the “down” position. When in the “up” position, the panels which weight 200 pounds or more, are easily moved with a few pounds of pressure
“doors/ pool” — elisawalsh
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