I'm a new member. My life partner, Anette, is a Physical Therapist here in Homer, AK. She now "rents" time at a local health club in Homer for $165.00 per hour to provide aquatic PT. She also rents another building to hold exercise classes. So I have decided to build her a new indoor pool. It will be in a stand-alone building with space around the pool for classes, exercises, etc. An architect is drawing up the plans. I attended a class to become a pool operator (CPO) in February. The pool will be 16' by 26' and will be around 4' deep. actually, 3 1/2' at the shallow end and 4' at the deep end. PT pools are warmer than the ones where people swim laps. It will be around 90-95 degrees. I am going to try to keep the chlorine levels as low as State law permits. I plan to incorporate a Clear Comfort AOP system as well as a UV system for disinfection. I know, overkill. The pool room will have a Seresco DH unit and some windows with a coating like dark glasses to keep out UV light. I want to use a Stenner 15 gallon setup with an adjustable pump to pump in liquid chlorine as needed. I am hopeful that I can keep the chlorine level to 1 PPM and still pass the tests. Go ahead, call me irresponsible, but I have some good advice on this, Swimming Pool Steve (Goodall). I want to put in a pool cover too but don't know which one to get as yet. I'm looking at the one from Covers in Play. Any and all advice will be greatly appreciated.