Easy Too Install Inflatable Swimming Pools
Inflatable swimming pools are great alternative to conventional swimming pools. Not only that they are cheap, they are also easy to install. Inflatable swimming pools are collapsible portable pools made from synthetic materials, especially vinyl. Vinyl, or polyvinylchloride (PVC), is a type of plastic resin created from ethylene and chlorine. Unlike a permanent in-ground swimming pool, an inflatable swimming pool may be set up during warmer weather and then deflated and stored away at the end of the season. Most inflatable swimming pools are either round or rectangular in shape and require no tools to set up. An inflatable pool is usually sold with a filter pump, chemicals for the filter and a repair kit with patches in case of an accidental puncture.
Many inflatable pools may also include a foot pump to inflate the pool and a cover for the top of the pool. Some inflatable swimming pools do not get filled with air, but rather with water that is first added to the top of the side walls so that it flows down into the rest of the walls. The side walls of an inflatable pool should be strong and some of these pools may have vinyl bands around the outside walls for extra support.