Projects: Outdoor Living: Pool/Poolhouses
CLASSIC SUMMERTIME FUN
If you’ve lived in the Triangle area for very long, you know that summer means hot and sticky. What’s the best way to beat the heat? Add a pool to your existing property. Your new pool will not only be enjoyed by family and friends for years to come, but will increase your home’s equity and may be an attractive selling point for potential buyers if you ever decide to sell your home.
Chances are you won’t want pool traffic going in and out of your house, so you’ll need storage space for pool equipment. Building a pool house or cabana, a storage facility, a sauna, a gazebo, or some other enclosed or semi-enclosed area will add immeasurably to the comfort and attractiveness of your pool’s landscape. Though your house and poolside structure can differ in style, their scale, texture and material should be compatible. See our portfolio for more ideas.
Contact Eddie Casanave, CGR, EIT, CAPS
(office) (919) 772-3335
(cell) (919) 422-1023