Infinity Pools

Wednesday, 20 September 2017 by

Some call them infinity pools. Others call them endless, negative-edge, zero-edge, vanishing-edge, or disappearing-edge pools. The bottom line is that they are beautiful, scenic, and overly mysterious. They are the type of pools you expect to see in high-end beach hotels or vacation homes for the filthy rich. However, they are becoming more popular as

outdoor living spaces

Outdoor living spaces have become the room or area to be in just about every city under the sun these days. When you live in a place like Palm Beach, sitting outdoors just seems to be more rational than sitting indoors. After all, we Floridians love to feel the warm breezes and take in the

When you live in a place like South Florida, lounging via poolside is just a part of everyday life. However, it’s important to remember to stay hydrated in the hot and humid weather we Floridians endure. Each year it seems places like Good Housekeeping Magazine and a multitude of blog sites throw up their recipes

Switching Your Pool to Salt Water

Whether you’ve seen them in a resort or someone’s backyard, at some point you had to be intrigued by the structure and inviting nuance of an Infiniti pool. The swimming pool architecture can include multiple walls or maybe just one that seems to stop water from abruptly spilling over the edge. When positioned in the

Personalizing or Redesigning Your Pool in South Florida If you’re looking to add a few features or redesign your pool in South Florida,  the Pool Guys of Palm Beach have a few ideas for you to consider.   Themes for newer designs include fireplaces, water fountains and dramatic lighting.  Here is a description of some of

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