Dress Up Your Pool with Stylish Ladders & Rails
Ladders and rails are not necessarily the first pool accessory most would think of when trying to enhance the look of their pool.
However, unlike a decade ago, ladders and rails now come in many stylish forms and are often the best place to start when looking to change the appearance of your pool at a relatively low cost.
They are also a very important safety feature for your pool, especially if you have young children or older people making use of it on a regular basis.
Let’s take a look at the new stylish rails and ladders available for those seeking an update to their pool.
Rails are Now a Stylish Accessory
Rails set at various points around a pool have become a very stylish accessory in recent years.
These rails offer modern, curved designs while making entry and exit of the pool safe and easy. Even better, most rails themselves have a deck flange which allows them to be mounted to any surface.
Various Ladders and Rails are Available
Modern ladders and rails come in both a variety of design styles and colors, perfect to suit any need, even saltwater pools. Let’s take a closer look at a few styles in detail.
Many ladders and rails come with modern, contemporary looks and flair. These are designed to be attached just about anywhere at various points around the pool and are often constructed from stainless steel, although they can be powder coated.
If you are not concerned with a designer look, standard ladders might be the perfect option. They can be placed anywhere around the pool and are available in various step configurations.
This is an excellent way to add multiple exit points for safety, especially if you have multiple children using the pool.
They are mostly finished in durable stainless steel but can be powder coated to a range of colors.
Deck mounted rails are the perfect way to provide entrance and exit points around your pool.
They come in a variety of styles, shapes, and sizes which can be mounted both outside and inside in certain circumstances.
Rails themselves can be used as an aid when exiting via already built-in pool stairs.
These stair rails are a great way to ensure older swimmers are confident when leaving the pool. Many people have slipped and fallen on pool steps, and stair rails just provide an added support.
Handrails placed around the pool allow swimmers to pull themselves out of the pool with ease. No more scraping of body parts on rough surfaces while trying to exit the water. They are available in many designs and colors to suit your look.
Grab rails are similar to hand rails but often come in a smaller size. Grab rails hang over the surface of the pool, offering easier access to swimmers wanting to pull themselves out of the water.
Again, as with other rails, they are mostly constructed out of stainless steel but can be powder coated.
Exercise bars are smaller in size and protrude a few inches from the ground near the side of a pool. They are used for various in-pool exercises and in hydrotherapy. They are mostly constructed from stainless steel.
Custom rails can often be built to your specification depending on the specific needs of both the client and the pool. These are a great way to enclose water features which form part of the structure of the pool, especially if you have small children.
Ladders and railings are the perfect way to add that sophisticated finishing touch to your pool; not only that, they are perhaps one of the cheapest safety features you can invest in for your pool area.
Get in touch with us today to add a stylish and modern touch to your pool by choosing from the myriad of options now available!