SDY Pools – Why You Should Choose SDY Pools

When choosing a pool, don’t look at the price tag alone. Usually, what looks cheap up-front will cost more in the long run (either with hidden installation costs or associated risks). On the other hand, options which appear to be more expensive may not deliver the assumed value that goes with the extra price tag. Ultimately, the best value pool for your budget is one that fits your lifestyle and needs perfectly. Having a good Sydney swimming pool builder that understands this is essential to ensure that the end result is exactly what you’re looking for.

SDY Pools is a team of long standing tradespeople with many years of experience specifically in building pools. They will work with you to create an individual swimming pool design to suit your home and lifestyle. They will also be able to help with the surrounding landscaping, including spas and pergolas, to enhance the overall result.

Ocean and harbourside pools are a common sight along Sydney’s shoreline. Serene at low tide, choppy at high, they provide swimmers with a safe and comfortable place to swim when the sea is too cold for comfort. They are also an important safety feature, giving swimmers protection from dangerous rips and currents.

In a city that prides itself on its egalitarianism, a women-only swimming pool seems out of place. But the venerable women-only Bondi pool dates back to the 1800s, and is still in use today. The pool is free for women and children, and is staffed by lifeguards. It is a haven for Muslim women in scarves and pregnant women, and for older women who prefer to be out of the sun during the day.

The pool was originally scheduled to reopen for Christmas 2022, but has been delayed by a variety of issues including the COVID and unseasonal rains. Council staff and project managers are attempting to find strategies to reduce the delay to late 2024/early 2025.

If you are thinking of getting a pool, be sure to get the quotes from a number of different builders and make them compete on price. Make sure they explain ALL of the costs involved in the quotation, and be sure to ask about things that may not have been included in the initial quote. This will give you a better understanding of the final cost and what to expect during construction, so there are no surprises when it comes time to sign the contract. By working with a quality pool company, you will be assured of a professional job, and a swimming pool you’ll love for years to come.