5 Benefits Of Residential Splash Pads

During the hot summer months, families are typically looking for ways to cool down. While many people have pools installed in their backyards, residential splash pads are becoming increasingly popular. Many pool builders are now also offering splash pad installation for residential customers. There are many benefits of having a splash pad installed in your backyard instead of a pool, such as the following. 

1. Affordability

Inground swimming pools are a lot of fun, but it is also quite expensive to have a pool built. The price to have a splash pad installed in a backyard is typically only a fraction of the cost of an inground pool. A splash pad is an excellent choice for a family who wants to have fun playing in the water during the summer but doesn't want to spend tens of thousands of dollars to have a pool built.

2. Safety

Some people who have young children don't want a pool in their backyard due to the drowning risks. A splash pad has very little standing water, making it a safe choice for families who have kids that are not strong swimmers. When the splash pad is not turned on, there is no water present, so a family doesn't have to worry about installing a fence around the splash pad to keep kids away from it. 

3. Easy to Customize

One of the great things about a splash pad is the fact that you can customize it to fit your family's needs. You can choose the shape and size of a splash pad and decide what kind of water features you want it to have. Since a splash pad can be any size, they are great for smaller yards that can't accommodate an inground pool.

4. Low Maintenance

Anyone who has ever owned a home with a pool knows that maintaining a pool can take a lot of time and money. Unlike a swimming pool, a splash pad requires very little maintenance. There is no need for in-depth cleaning, testing the water, or adding chemicals all of the time. 

5. Eco-Friendly

Many of the splash pads installed today include a holding tank where water is filtered and circulated, so splash pads do not use large amount of water when they are turned on. This feature makes splash pads an eco-friendly option for families who love playing in the water but don't want to waste dozens of gallons of water by running the hose or sprinklers. 

For more information, contact a company like Kraftsman Play.

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