Asked by: Alicia Hall
Both the SwimEx and the Endless Pool offer a better flow than standard jetted lap pools or swim spas. However, while an Endless Pool uses a propeller to push the water flow, the industry-exclusive paddlewheel technology of a SwimEx pulls the water to the rear of the pool.
Do Endless Pools really work?
You might be surprised to know that it’s not just for fun — it can actually be a good workout! From technique work to precise pace training, swimming in an Endless Pool or swim spa can be a great option for swimmers of all levels.
How often do you change water in Endless Pool?
every one to two years
The Endless Pool is filled with a garden hose. The water is changed every one to two years, depending upon use.
How is swimming in an Endless Pool?
Here's how it works the endless pools counter current technology means that you can actually swim without flip turns for as long as you want you just set the desired pace.
How much money is an Endless Pool?
Cost can range from $17,000-$40,000 depending on the model you choose and installation costs. Configuration: It’s most cost effective to install your Endless Pool above ground, but you can increase the installation costs if you prefer a different setup.
How long will an Endless Pool last?
The original Endless swimming pool, which offers their best water flow, is made with a vinyl liner in a galvanized steel shell. The liner needs to be replaced every 7-10 years. Made from strong fiberglass composite, all SwimEx pools have the same durable construction as fiberglass boats.
Are Endless Pools expensive to maintain?
On average it’s going to cost around $2 to $3 per day to run a pool (around $100 per month). However, if you’re in your pool every day for extended periods these running costs can easily double to around $4 to $6 per day (or around $200 per month).
What is the difference between an Endless Pool and a swim spa?
Since they don’t have a finished cabinet, Endless Pools need to be built into a deck or concrete bunker or they look cheap and unfinished. Endless Swim Spas are built like other swim spa brands with an acrylic shell and finished resin cabinet attached to a wooden structure.
How much does an Endless Pool liner cost?
The liner is around $4,500 to $6,000 and labor costs an additional $10,000. Labor, excavating, and additional parts can add another $11,000. A vinyl liner can be installed in any shape or size but has a longer installation process. A fiberglass pool has a shorter installation time but a higher installation cost.