pool equipment is determined by several different factors.
Perhaps the most important of all these factors is the type of
pool you own.
Simply put, different types of pools require different types
of equipment. Sure there are some pieces of equipment that are
required by all pool types, but for the most specific pieces of
equipment, the types used are determined by the pool.
• Above ground pool – An above
ground pool requires some different types of equipment than
a typical pool might require. For example, the ladders for an
above ground pool are certainly different. Instead of being attached
to the pool like they are in an in-ground pool, these ladders
are usually shaped like the letter “A” and half lies
inside the pool while the other half lies outside the pool area.
• In-ground pool – You are bound to see that filters
used for these two different types of pools are quite different.
A for an in-ground pool is pretty much part of the pool since
it is built into the side wall. The filters used in above ground
pools are add-ons placed inside of the pool, but not attached
to the wall.
There are several other pieces of swimming
pool equipment used in certain ways depending on which kind
of pool they are used in.