In the modern era of pool design, there are almost limitless ways to incorporate automatic pool covers into structures. In the past, you were almost limited to simple rectangular cymbals with industrial-looking aluminum caps to cover the concave mechanism body. That thought is a thing of the past.
You no longer need to install rails at the bottom of the pool cover. The new industry standard is to install an automatically retractable pool cover in the pool area. This method has two main advantages. The first is to remove the track from the pavement. The second allows you to work with thinner, less dense stones.
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The use of this type of housing is also possible to enhance the beauty. Swimming pools can be free-form but with the benefit of a lower deck and hidden pool cover system. The perimeter of the pool remains rectangular as it slopes downwards to the lower deck surface around the pool. You literally have a photo frame around your pool.
The built-in hull is lined with a fairing or decking material for a more attractive appearance. These stones are held in place by heavy brackets which are placed at predetermined intervals to accommodate the width and length of the covering material.
If the material is thinner than 2 inches or is brick or cardboard, a pan or tray system can be used to secure the material. Using this type of heavy hat allows for a concealed front-end option.
Pools with negative or missing edges can also have a cap. Tracks are placed above the spillway when it leans into the lake and vertically behind the wall when it leans into the lake.