Why You Should Consider Adding a Pool House to Your Pool in Maryland


Pool houses are a great addition to any custom pool in Maryland. From functional purposes such as covering and storing pool equipment to entertaining guests or relaxing on your own, pool houses add a ton of value to your pool and open up a whole new world of possibilities with pool design and options. So why should you consider adding a pool house to your pool in Maryland? Read on to find out!


The Possibilities of a Pool House


In terms of functionality, a pool house adds a lot to your pool. You can build part of the structure over pool equipment such as pumps to keep this covered and easily accessible for maintenance. The pool house is also the ideal space to store pool toys which otherwise would end up all over the place. Pool houses are the perfect place for guests to change into swimsuits and leave their belongings. Plus, when you get tired of the sun, you can relax in the shade of the pool house while still enjoying the warm air. Pool houses can be open air structures or enclosed, or some combination of the two. You can even install a bathroom in your pool house so there’s no need to go inside.


Looking to entertain guests? A pool house opens up a ton of possibilities in this realm. Pool houses can be wired for speakers and even TVs so you can enjoy music and movies outside. Install a refrigerator to have cool drinks anytime, or go all out with outdoor kitchen in your pool house and host cook outs with family and friends. Building part of an open air structure over your pool allows you to construct a swim-up bar which is sure to be a big hit. Or construct the spa under the roof for a more intimate setting. Don’t forget your favorite outdoor furniture can find a new home under the roof.


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There’s no limit to the fun you can have with a pool house!If you have any questions about a pool house in Maryland, contact RHINE Pools by calling 410-442-2445 or clicking here today! Check us out on FacebookTwitterGoogle+ and Pinterest as well!


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