Seems like the robot can get up to the step below the stools, but it can't get up to the level the bar stools are on because they're in the way. Where the stools aren't, it can get on that step but not the splash pad.How does the robot do around the swim up bar stools?
I should have said the robot reduces the need for me to brush the pool twice daily. I’ll still deep brush a couple times a week. I’m getting wall coverage with the robot that I just can’t access even with a long pole. However, I’ll have to put more emphasis on brushing the areas the robot will never touch.The cool guys don't brush their pools.... or teeth
Man, I had so many concerns about this as designs poured in. I consulted with a handful of people in my hood with similar pools, and the inverted knife edge works out real well. Also, I'm missing one piece of gate and my two fountain bowls that will effectively seal off the areas. I also placed the pool in such a configuration that there is really no humanly possible way to even think you can make the jump from my top deck into my pool. So many designs I got just had no consideration for that. Effectively, the only risk is the exposed edge, something every negative edge/infinity has to some degree. That said, I've been on numerous floats and they can't clear the knife edge, they beach very quickly, even with big swells. Now that's not to say if someone properly beaches themselves and then someone does a perfectly aimed canonball with appropriate mass, that there couldn't be a situation, but it's not comfortable to be floating on a beached edge and canonball access to that edge is pretty far. If someone was passed out and someone was intent on making it happen, perhaps they could, but that again becomes a somewhat criminal or delinquency issue. There are numerous ways to kill yourself on my property much more easily. For overall safety, part of it comes down to a few things:This is absolutely breathtaking! I have never been to Austin, but might have to schedule a trip just to admire the pool!
Fabulous job! Your family will make many memories there!
Am I the only one concerned about the fall from the back side of the pool?
It changes daily as it's still curing. Turquoise it definitely is. It's a bit green if it's totally overcast, but goes turquoises when the sun is out. I've uploaded a lot of pictures. It's not as dark as I thought, but it gives off carribean vibes to me. My wife loves it. The gradient through the depth looks fabuous as well, particularly on the back wall. I've read repeatedly that Tahoe Blue is StoneScape's most popular color. I struggled to pick a color because no pictures were consistent. I initially wanted a very dark pool, but then got concerned about the water temperature as I have no shade. I debated Tropics Blue, but didn't like how it looked on the shelf as much as Tahoe Blue. Ultimately I picked Tahoe Blue because the name called to me, I used to spend Winters and Summers in Lake Tahoe, so it has significant sentimental value. Reminds me of Emerald Bay, probably how it got its name.Hi --- From Round Rock! Your pool looks fabulous. We are currently remodeling and trying to make final stonescapes color selection. Are you happy with the tahoe blue? We have a large diving pool in full sun and want a turquoise tint to the water. Builder doesn't use tahoe often and has said it leans toward green. What are your thoughts? I don't see green in your pictures at all....