Pool Tanning Ledge Swim Lane
Think that a backyard lap pool comes in only one form—a traditional rectangle? Well, think again: As long as your pool’s overall shape includes a straight, clear swimming lane that avoids steps, spas, and other design features, you don’t have to build a long rectangular design for swimming laps.
Instead, build “outside the box.” You can by first understanding that this unobstructed swimming lane needs to be 4 feet wide and at least 4 feet deep—depending on the arm span of the swimmer. Then, as long as your pool designer develops a project with a swim path that achieves these dimensions, it does not matter what shape pool you create.
Pool builders can configure swim lanes within a variety of pool shapes. Among them: The long section of an L- or T-shape, certain geometric forms such as oval or modified rectangles, figure-8 silhouettes, curvy cloud-shapes and custom free-form creations.
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