Category: Natural Pool

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At Reflections, we know how big an investment in a natural pool or koi pond can be, and our goal is to help homeowners understand how to protect and care for that investment. That’s why we’ve created this step-by-step guide to follow when winterizing your pool or pond.

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Lagoon style luxury pools are the ultimate way to bring an oasis into your backyard. Having a pool on your property to rival some of the most stunning luxury pools in the world is no longer an impossible dream. In the past, many might have dismissed ponds with a sand bottom as being too difficult … Continue reading “The Great Sandy Lagoon Debate: A New Twist on Water Features or Too Tough to Manage?”

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You may have a lovely pond on your property, and while it’s beautiful to look at, you feel that you could spend more time there if there were a beach surrounding it. A beach makes water activities such as swimming, fishing, and just sunning yourself much more convenient.

Many beaches around the world aren’t only a result of natural forces and weather breaking rocks into sand, but some are man-made to some degree. So, why not create a perfect beach at your pond so that you’ll have access to a great beach experience whenever you want.

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Too much exposure to pool chemicals can potentially increase the average swimmer’s risk of developing a range of ailments from cancer to asthma and other respiratory issues. 

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Natural Pools are beautiful, practical, and good for the environment, however, you may not be familiar with what owning a natural pool is like and have concerns about the safety and maintenance of your pool. We spoke with water garden expert, Larry Carnes…

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Important safety precautions to prevent accidents in natural pons and pools with a depth of more than 6 inches.

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Have you ever wanted your own personal oasis – a place where you could melt away from the stress and strain of life? If the answer is yes, then, you should add a natural pond to your property. That sounds nice, but you may be wondering, what is a natural pool? A natural pool, also called a water garden, is a water feature that is built using plants for filtration instead of chemicals (thus the natural name).

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You’ve got the two-story, Victorian home with the white picket fence and acres and acres of flowing land, but you’re missing one thing – a pool. A pool looks great, gives you a place to relax, and can even raise your home value. But, pools are a lot of work to maintain. You have to make sure that they are cleaned regularly from falling debris and dirt, you have to keep the pH just right using special chemicals, and you have to spend a lot on filtration systems. But what if you could have the beauty and functionality of a pool without the maintenance and chemicals?

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There’s no denying that backyard swimming pools unlock the potential for endless summer fun and quality family time, but they come with a host of drawbacks. From chemicals that harm the environment…

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Having a pool in your backyard has its perks: It can increase the value of your home, add to your backyard’s aesthetics, and serve as a built-in source of constant fun and recreation for your family. After all, what’s better than a cool pool on a hot summer day?

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