Anyone for swimming in a David Salisbury pool enclosure?
20 April 2018
Going for a swim before work this morning provided the inspiration for our latest Blog post. Whilst swimming up and down at our local pool, it made me think how much the aesthetics of a building help contribute to our mood and sense of well-being.
Here at David Salisbury, we are market leaders in manufacturing quality timber orangeries and conservatories but our bespoke design and joinery skills can be applied to other types of building extension too.
In recent years, we have seen a significant increase in demand for our oak extensions, whether they be in the form of an orangery, garden room or more simply a porch or freestanding garage. Another form of building extension that everyone enjoys the challenge of working on is a swimming pool enclosure.
Our expert team has the required experience to work on these technically inspiring projects as we have the proven capability and a past track record for doing so. The unique environment created by a swimming pool is something that places particular performance demands on the timber used in the construction of these types of building extension.
Our focus on technical expertise and only using the best quality materials, whilst not compromising on the aesthetic elements of the design, mean that we are well placed to work on creating timber pool enclosures.
With the current nice weather, it seems a shame to house a swimming pool indoors but from a practical perspective, it makes much more sense as it can then be used all year round.
Swimming is one of the few forms of exercise that works all of the body’s main muscles. With the many studies and pieces of research currently informing us that we are not doing enough exercise as a nation, swimming is easily accessible, provides more of a work out than running or cycling for example, and the buoyancy provided by the water means it is ideal for those wanting a low impact activity.
To combine all of these benefits, with swimming underneath a beautifully designed building like a David Salisbury bespoke pool enclosure sounds like the best possible solution. So who’s up for swimming this weekend?