Do not think that you are limited to the pool shapes and sizes provided on our website and our brochures.
If you can dream it, we can probably design it. However there are some factors you may need to think about when deciding on a particular shape or size.
The first thing to keep in mind when deciding on a shape and size is your property line. If your yard is 20’ by 40’ for example, you will not be able to fit a 20’ by 40’ pool. All in-ground pool installations whether it be a vinyl liner pool or not, needs an extensive excavation which may extend about three feet beyond the perimeter of the size you are looking for.
A question you should ask yourself when deciding on a shape and size is what do I want to do around the pool? Are you looking for the biggest pool that can fit in your yard? If so, a rectangle shape may be best for you as these shapes maximize the actual surface area and volume of your pool. If you are looking for a pool that includes a lot of deck space and landscaping around it, a freeform pool may be for you.
Free-form pools stray away from your typical rectangular shaped pool and include large curves and radii. Kidney shapes and Mirage shapes (see our website) are among the most popular free-form shapes. With these shapes, your landscaper can get creative with placement of plants as well as outdoor furniture.
Do you have an idea that you haven’t seen on our website? Draw a quick sketch of what you would like and send it to one of our helpful sales representatives. At Medallion Pools, we have done a wide variety of shapes and sizes from Lazy Rivers to Guitar and Piano shapes, and even custom in-ground spas.