Phoenix Pool Design Trends: Weeping Walls

Outdoor Living | 02/26/14

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Try adding a new custom water feature to your Phoenix swimming pool this spring!

If you’re looking for a fun way to upgrade your Arizona backyard living environment this swim season, consider adding a swimming pool water feature. From custom rock waterfalls and jumping rocks to baja benches and bubblers, water features can take your Phoenix pool to a new level.

Take a look at this month’s water feature, weeping walls. Perfect next to an attached swim spa, these custom water features provide a relaxing soundtrack of running water while offering a calming landscape as well. See these beautiful swimming pool features in action in the video below and contact a Shasta Pools representative when you’re ready to get started.

Shasta Pools is a Phoenix pool builder who provides a variety of services including swimming pool remodeling, commercial pool building, and pool service and repair. Since its establishment in 1967, Shasta has helped over 80,000 families realize their dream of pool ownership. By providing exceptional value, quality craftsmanship and superior customer service, the Shasta team continues to fulfill the corporate mission of astonishing and delighting their customers and exceeding expectations. You can learn more about Shasta Pools & Spas by visiting them online, or by connecting with them on Facebook or Twitter.

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