Often it takes major excavation and leveling to transform a sloped area, which is particularly challenging for homeowners on a budget. For the last thirty years, the Team at Endless Pools has been speaking with homeowners with challenging worksites, and we've successfully navigated the most difficult of locations. Carol integrated this Original pool into home, a renovated barn, as part of her deck expansion. She enjoys backstroke, and based on the reflection on the pool water, that gives her a lovely open view. You could choose to build a pool deck with stairs to connect two different levels of your backyard. You could also go with some combination of the two, building your pool into the slope so it is in-ground on one side and above-ground on another.
He had contractors reinforce the slope to support a swimming pool with a grand view and stone-veneer skirting for an organic feel. With our modular design, you could even choose to build a pool indoors if you’re struggling to find room in your outdoor space.
If you’re in doubt about whether a pool in your sloped backyard will work, consult experts on the subject. This plunge pool comes without our signature current, and its smaller size makes it perfect for any backyard. Homeowners Larry and Janet created this pool deck with a clean geometry and rustic textures at their home in the Verdugo Mountains.