Recently bought a house with an indoor, in ground, San Juan pool. It's a full 8 ft deep at the lowest point and I think its around 16,000 gallons.
I'm thinking that someone spent a small fortune having this extension put on and appears to be done right (was done around 1995). We have only had a few minor issues to date but am looking to do some work to make it even better. The room is cedar lined, has a HUGE HVAC system, a neat over watch deck, and a really nice drainage system.
- that the pool has staining and we are considering a resurface. Found two caps that I though would lead to a hydro static relief system but does not appear to be the fact... a little concerned about draining this thing.
- Surround is just flat concrete and the fiberglass lip sticks up just above the concrete. Thinking tile or possibly just concrete stain and seal with some non-slip but would like to not see the pool lip.
- Walls show signs of condensation
- Want to keep general maintenance costs as low as possible (including utility bills)
- Heater and filter appear to be ~17 years old
- Some other light metal staining where the water enters the pool (heater break down?)
vents and drains
small hot tub was included
Huge automated skylights
Thermostat and humidity controls look pretty old