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Swimming Pool Scene RESIDENTIAL NEWS


Contemporary Pool On Recommendation


Demonstrating the high value of ‘word of mouth’ recommendations, London-based M Clark Swimming Pools created a contemporary outdoor pool on the London-Kent border following a referral from a neighbour.


Having already built another pool on the same road in Chislehurst, the project went ahead with the brief of providing a contemporary looking, commercial-lined pool with full width steps and an incorporated safety cover. Luke Clark of M Clark Pools explains: “We build with KafKo galvanised steel panels combined with concrete. This combination is extremely strong and enabled us to meet our clients brief. “We also installed an in-wall Aquamatic safety cover with an underground pit, as safety was very important for the client,” he added.


As well as providing a safe environment, the project also aimed to create a stylish haven for the customers. From designing and building the pool from start to finish, M Clark Swimming Pools also provided a landscaping service, working alongside a team to transform the garden.


The clients were interested in heating the pool via a Calorex air source heat pump for efficiency and a condensing boiler for swimming out of season, allowing them to get them most out of their new pool.


“This works really well as they have the best of both worlds with a very efficient system,” says Luke. “The finer details of the pool go a long way. Having over 35 years’ experience in the pool industry, we managed to deliver a fantastic project. Using top quality materials and equipment always pays off and this shows when you see the pool.”


ABOVE: Keeping up with the Jones’ for this second pool project on the same street. Calling All Swimming Pool Installers


If you’ve been working on a pool project this year that you’re particularly proud of, then don’t miss your chance to enter the UK Pool & Spa Awards. The 2017 competition will showcase the very best of the companies involved in the provision of water leisure in Great Britain. Project categories include Residential Indoor Pool of the Year, Residential Outdoor Pool of the Year, Refurbishment Pool of the Year, Energy Efficiency Award, Luxury Pool of the Year and Outstanding Pool Design.


“The competition is open to all swimming pool designers,


installers, wholesalers and retailers – regardless of trade association affiliation,” explains Christina Connor of Waterland Media, the team behind the awards. “Past award winners have said how much they value the competition as an opportunity to raise the profile of their company both inside the industry and most importantly to their target customers.”


ABOVE: The UK’s swimming pool and spa sectors celebrate their biggest night of the year, every year at the UK Pool & Spa Awards.


All entries must be submitted online by Monday September 4th. Those wishing to take part in the 2017 competition can do so via the UK Pool & Spa Awards website – www.ukpoolandspaawards.co.uk.


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