Commercial pools come in many different shapes and sizes. The type of commercial pool usually depends on the structure at which it is being installed.
- Venues: Venues can include places like waterparks, resorts with large aquatic areas, or sites with Olympic-sized pools installed for competitions. These are all venues where the pool or swimming facility is the main attraction. They may include numerous slides, play areas, and other aquatic features. They are usually run on a state-of-the-art filtration system due to their size.
- Recreational Centers: Recreational centers include areas such as the local YMCA pools, health clubs or spas, pools at a high school or college, and neighborhood splash pads. Because of the large number of people in and out of these pools daily, there is a high level of disinfecting, ensuring that all swimmers remain safe.
- Public Pools: This group includes neighborhood pools, country clubs, and homeowners’ association pools. Depending on which group the pool serves, these commercial pools are usually maintained by a specific group. Neighborhood pools, for example, are maintained by the city, while HOA pools are maintained with the fees paid by HOA members.
- Hotels, Motels, Apartments, and Condos: These pools are typically the same size as residential pools and are usually only utilized during peak seasonal vacation times. The purpose of these pools is often to entice visitors to stay at a particular location.
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