Pool covers should be put on indoor pools, because if something harmful to swim in (such as cleaning liquid) gets in the pool if it's not covered, it could ruin the pool water.
No, - if you don't mind spending a good deal of money on a really good dehumidifier. If you don't use a cover your dehumifying and heating costs will run alot higher that with a cover. Usually pool rooms have alot of windows - sunlight makes chlorine dissipate faster so more chemicals will be needed. A mistake in allowing humidity to become too high in the house will be an unforgivable mistake. We live in Canada and have an indoor pool and have played with leaving it off and on with temperatures varying from +36 to -40. There is a huge difference. I'd just recommend taking the pool cover off just before company arrives. But like I said, dependant upon your financial situation - a well-ventilated residence with a really good humidifying - you shouldn't have a problem - a humidistat in the pool area will help you learn what you particular climate will tolerate.
No, pool covers are NOT NECESSARILY required for an indoor pool, HOWEVER you can cut your costs considerably in operating. Dehumidification should be installed, but as long as the pool cover is off the pool, the dehumidifier runs 90-95% of the time because the water continually evaporates. Next, you lose heat and chemicals to the moisture that is evaporating. So using a cover stops water from evaporating, hence dehumidification does not run 24 hours a day, you keep heat in the pool, so you are not spending money to continually heat, and you will use less chemicals.
Also note: when no cover is on the pool, you must keep the air temperature 2 degrees warmer than the pool temperature. When air temp is colder than pool temp, you are literally sucking the water out of the pool. This increases evaporation of water and can cause increased humidity and condensation in a pool room.
We have an indoor/inground 20ft swim spa. By using a thick insulating cover and cutting the room temperature we have managed to cut energy costs 80% over when it was open 24/7. I have not varied the water temperature. I have heard that 70% of pool heat loss is due to evaporation. 25% is convective heat transfer and only 5% is due to conductive heat transfer. This would mean that using even a flimsy cover may have significant savings. I would expect these percentages to also vary by the environment and temperature of the pool.
While Walmart sells indoor pool tables, they do not sell outdoor pool tables. However they do have indoor/outdoor tennis tables. They also sell covers for their indoor pool tables.
yeah because it keeps animals and other stiff out of it
Putting a pool cover over a pool will have the same effect regardless of where you use them in the case e of indoor pools they will reduce the humidity unless there is already 100% humidity and in that case it will make no diference.
Yes, any pool should have some sort of area when people can safely walk considering their feet will be wet. So this features should be thought when building any pool.
"No, the Sheraton Anaheim Hotel does not have an indoor swimming pool. It does, however, have a beautiful outdoor pool. The pool is in the courtyard."
How much 1 indoor pool would be depends on the size of the pool as well as the design. Some in-ground pools can run in excess of $50,000. An indoor pool is not very common in homes.
Either gunite or fiberglass will work well for an indoor pool.
The usual design humidity for an indoor swimming pool is 50% RH when unoccupied and 60% RH when occupied Peter Fenton. Consulatant. Indoor-Pool-Design.com
The purpose of an above-ground pool cover is to prevent leaves, dirt and other debris from falling into the pool reducing the frequency that the pool needs to be cleaned.
An indoor pool will cause damage to the structure surrounding it if it isn't kept reasonably dry However if you can think of a way of moving damp air out of the building cheaply by all means do so.
An ok indoor swimming pool costs about $100 A great indoor swimming pool costs about $1,500 A First Class kind of swimming pool costs about $27,000
The word 'indoor' is generally used as an adjective, as in 'indoor activities', indoor swimming pool', etc.
Yes It can. If you have a indoor pool you don't have to worry about that.
Swimming is primarily an outdoor activity, but can be an indoor activity with an indoor swimming pool.
with a hose
Only as often as needed to remove debris from the bottom. Not very often in an indoor pool.
Mehmet Akif Ersoy Indoor Swimming Pool was created in 2011.
They vary from one pool to another.
Mesh covers appear to be safer than solid pool covers because of water collection. In the case of solid pool covers, water can collect in puddles, making them unsafe, particularly for young children.
The indoor pool at the Glencoe Club is ~2ft at the shallow end and 9ft at the deep end.
It depends on the YMCA but most of them have indoor pools. Hope that helped!
Mesh pool covers help to keep bugs and debies out of the pool. They also insure that the pool remains heated when not in use.
No, only an outdoor pool.
No,There are indoor pools
in southern Texas where i am