If you’ve got a ton of loot kicking around, which you probably do if you have an indoor swimming pool, you might want to consider HydroFloor’s movable floors.
Unlike conventional pool covers that roll up at the end of the pool, Hydrofloor’s movable floors sink down beneath the water’s surface and double as the pool’s bottom. The height of the floor is variable such that it can be adjusted for the elderly or children who may pose a safety risk in deep waters. Conversely, this let’s pool owners exploit the surface area of their swimming pool and makes what was once unusable space usable for opulent and large sized events.
According to Hydrofloor the system is completely safe and is compliant with relevant national safety standards.
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