Site Requirements:

  • A solid, level floor or concrete pad, capable of supporting up to 250-lbs./sq.ft.; most ground level spaces and on-grade concrete floors can support this weight.
  • 2′ wider and 3′ longer than the pool’s interior dimensions to allow for access to the pool and its equipment.
  • The pool can be placed in a corner.

Equipment Access:

  • The Water Quality System is typically installed at the front of the pool.
  • The Hydraulic Power Unit can be located next to the pool or up to 75′ away.

Installation Configurations:

  • The pool can be installed above-ground, partially in-ground, or completely in-ground.
  • Above-ground pools eliminate the need to excavate.
  • A raised platform built around the pool gives an in-ground appearance without excavation costs.
  • Partially in-ground pools are the most easily accessible for people with mobility limitations.
  • Indoors, breaking through the existing floor may be best for a partially/fully in-ground installation, particularly if you want a deeper pool.


  • Indoors or out in warm locations.
  • In colder climates, most are installed indoors for year-round exercise. Some owners have super-insulated their pools to swim outdoors year-round, even in snow!

Pool Size:

  • Pool Series sizes range from 6’x6’ to 16’x16’, depending on the model, and are customisable in 1’ increments.
  • Spa Series offers 4 sizes; the moulded acrylic shells cannot be resized.
  • Speak with a Design Representative for options and details.

Pool Depth:

  • 39’ standard, appropriate for swimming.
  • Variable from 41”-51”, suitable for water aerobics or to use our underwater treadmill.

Existing Space vs. New Space:

  • All Pool Series components fit through a standard doorway for easy installation in existing spaces.
  • Our Spa Series requires an 8′ wide opening, so they’re more suitable for outdoors, garages, and extensions.

Indoor Pool Considerations

  • Humidity can be mostly controlled with a properly used cover. If the pool is uncovered less than one hour a day, a standard household dehumidifier or a window vent fan should be sufficient.
  • Our optional covers also reduce heat loss and have some form of locking mechanism.
  • Locating an Endless Pool above the ground floor requires the review of a professional engineer to ensure that the upper-floor room has the structural integrity to support the weight.
  • Endless Pools highly recommends that both the pool and water quality system be located near a floor drain or have a sump pump.
  • The area surrounding the pool should be protected, with appropriate floor and wall covering materials.

Outdoor Pool Considerations

  • We strongly recommend our BiFold Rigid cover to secure against heat loss, debris, and unwanted access.
  • Cabinet insulation can extend your open-pool season.
  • All pools come standard with an electric water heater.
  • Alternative heating methods (gas heaters, heat exchangers, solar, etc.) can be sourced locally.
  • If you decide to excavate, you should first determine the height of the site’s water table.

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