Gorgeous!For Father's Day, my wife contacted a photographer friend to come do some drone work at our house. These were taken in late June. Nice gift. There are also some fun video shots but I'm waiting to see if he creates an edited compilation video.
Thank you. Here are a few over the years that show it from the house side.Gorgeous!
I know you posted this a while ago, but I was wondering if you had any photos across the pool from the house side. A landscaper proposed a similar shape planting behind our pool and I'd love to see and IRL version.
Wow you must have alot of shade. I’m at 75 as of today! And it’s only April81° water is perfect! Our water temp is still in the 60s. Air temp is forecast to get into the high 80s today, but drop back to the 60s most of next week. Just replaced the fan motor on my chiller yesterday, so I’m ready for things to heat up!
Yes - ample shade, but once the sun starts its summer trajectory, our pool gets full sun from 9 am until 4 pm - enough sun to require a chiller in order to keep water temp out of the 90s. I enjoy a nice, refreshing cold pop when diving in.Wow you must have alot of shade.
Same here. According to my "thermometer", I do not even consider getting in until I reach 88*. 90* is even more comfortable. My solar cover makes it happen. I'm up 26* since the 27th of March. I do not like any "chill" being originaly from WI. So I DO NOT like the cold.
I don’t blame you. I’m from the northeast and also have alittle bit of a “fat guy in a little coat” type of body so I prefer it to be on the cooler side..Yes - ample shade, but once the sun starts its summer trajectory, our pool gets full sun from 9 am until 4 pm - enough sun to require a chiller in order to keep water temp out of the 90s. I enjoy a nice, refreshing cold pop when diving in.
I can totally relate. It took me years to finally do it and even then it was hard to decide on an evaporative-type chiller or a heat pump with a chiller option. I just wanted to make sure it would actually work, so I researched as much as I could. Luckily, the chiller is heavily shaded, which I’m sure helps. My equipment pad was also full, but we had space in the area. I just put down an AC pad for the chiller. As large as it is, it’s not that heavy.Just don’t know if I’m ready to spend the money on the chiller. Also don’t have a lot of room on my equipment pad which may create an even more expensive proposition
Aw, it looks beautiful! Thanks for sharing those shots! I really dig the surfboards out there, too.Thank you. Here are a few over the years that show it from the house side.