Swimming Pool Covering
SXS are the only company in the UK offering a structural pool covering service for temporary events. We have a wide range of experience of this and can work on any pool in any part of the country.
Many clients are keen to use the space that swimming pools use for their events and projects. There are several typical reasons for wanting to get a cover for a swimming pool:
- to be able to use the pool area as a dance floor or event space
- to add an interesting visual change to a space that guests are familiar with
- with the use of transparent polymers, a see-through floor can be a very impressive centrepiece.
How Strong are they?
The swimming pool coverings we install are structurally sound up to 5kN per Square Metre. This is the building-regulation requirement for imposed floor loadings and is satisfactory for dancefloors, dining and other activities. This force is the equivalent of having approximately 500kg of weight every 1m x 1m area on the floor.
What Covering Options Are There?
Plenty! We offer a very wide range of covering options. In fact, any surface we can cover our normal stages with can be used on these structures. This can include carpet, laminate, transparencies, printed materials, mirror floor, or even a thin layer of water. On a recent project we created a see-through floor then put a thin layer of water of the top of it which gave an incredible effect.
Does it Damage the Pool?
No. We use specially-made protective padding to ensure that no tiles, paint or stone are damaged. We appreciate the importance of a high level of care and attention.
Does it leave anything in the pool?
On occasion small pieces of metal or wood can fall into the pool during setup or removal. However the volumes are minimal and a simple pool clean will remove them easily.
How big can they be?
There is no limit to the size of pool we can cover.
How do I get a quote?
Please call us on 0870 080 2342, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
It will be useful to know:
- the length and width of the pool
- how deep it is at the deepest end and the shallowest end
- if you have any covering ideas.