Our state-of-the-art facility welcomes our customers with the highest quality amenities, and assures safety and health of all the swimmers and their families inside and outside the pool.
Watch "The Making of Our Pool" (timelapse)
The entrance to our pool is through our changing rooms, making the changing process convenient for our swimmers and families; and use of restrooms accessible.
The changing area is temperature controlled to 90 degrees to keep swimmers warm before and after swimming.
Our restrooms and shower area are floored with anti-slip tiles to keep our customers safe from falling. The floors in the bathrooms are also at a slight slant leading into covered drains to keep the floors as dry as possible.
Our locker rooms are equipped with a total of 6 infant changing tables and one infant changing seat per restroom for our younger students.
After exiting the pool, the shower area is conveniently located on the pool deck right before the restrooms, to further ease the changing process.
While building our brand-new state-of-the-art facility, we took extra steps to make sure we were providing our families with the best water quality possible! We invested in a Neptune Benson Filter which can trap debris as small as 3 microns.
SMART CHEMICAL CONTROL
Our water turnover rate is six times faster than the required rate, which means consistently cleaner water than your average pool. The pump room is also equipped with an automated chemical control system that feeds chlorine into the pool, only as needed, making the pool safe for those with sensitive skin.
Along with the automated chemical control system, we also have a UV system that cleans and neutralizes the water to keep us free of E Coli and similar bacteria without using additional harsh chemicals.
& HEATING SYSTEM
When you enter the pool deck, you may notice that there is no fog or condensation. This is because we have installed a dehumidification system that keeps the humidity low. This system requires cooling and we take advantage of this by pumping pool water through the cooling units. This process heats the water, which we pump into our pool rather than the use of a natural gas heater.
Since we have opened this facility in March 2016, we have not used traditional pool heaters, and the water keeps at a comfortable 91 degrees or higher.