You’ve spent so much money on your swimming pool to make it uniquely your own and now you’re wondering, “is it time for high end swimming pool accessories?” The swimming pool contractors from Imperial Pools in Decatur, Illinois say that any time you’re ready to upgrade, update and remodel your swimming pool it can be the time for high end accessories — as long as you have the budget for them! 

When your pool was constructed, it certainly wasn’t a cookie cutter design and you naturally don’t want your accessories and any upgrades you do to be cookie cutter either and you certainly don’t have to. The items available for swimming pool owners to customize their pools are as endless and unique as your budge!

 Consider updating yoru in ground swimming pool by adding custom rockwork, waterfalls, a fountain or a swim up spa,  grottos or even a lazy river feature (if your yard is large enough).

Is it time for high end swimming pool accessories?

You may live in the middle of a bustling city or a busy suburban neighborhood but if your pool contractor adds a rock waterfall with a hidden grotto behind the curtain of water you will feel as though you’re in a jungle or rainforest setting.

Even sitting poolside with the sounds of the water cascading over the waterfall structure is relaxing and soothing after a long day battling traffic and at work.

A high end swimming pool upgrade allows you to create an experience in your backyard that truly amps up the fun times you spend there. Your upgrade for your swimming pool also makes staycations as exciting as a weekend getaway!

 If you have the hardspace and truly want to undertake a major remodeling of your swimming pool, consider a beach entry pool. These beautiful structures have a slow slope design that makes it feel as though you are entering water on a beach. A beach entry is also an ideal place for young children to splash around without fear of being in deep water. A note of caution, though is to never leave a child unattended and to clearly mark the deeper area of the pool with a visible rope with floats and flags to alert children of deeper water ahead. 

Don’t forget to look at the outdoor living space and poolside area when you’re undertaking a pool remodeling. If you’ve been a pool owner for any length of time, you’ve probably noted that you spend just as much time, if not more, around the pool than you do in the pool. That means it only makes sense to spend time updating that area as well!