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Features & Options

Our swimming pool designs and features have come a long way since we started building back in 1975! Today, MC&R Pools offers a wide array of unique and exciting features for your pool. Select from the drop-down list below to learn more about some of these options!

Infinity Edge Pools
MC&R Pools is proud to offer one of today’s most popular and visually stunning pool features – the “infinity edge”. On infinity edge pools, one side of the pool has a “negative edge”, meaning that it is even with the water level in the pool. Water spills over this edge into a catch basin below, where it is then pumped back into the pool. And the effect is breathtaking as your pool seems to “float” above the landscaping and view of the yard.

Infinity Edge Pool Photo Gallery – Coming Soon!

Waterfalls, Fountains & Other Water Features
Our attention to detail is one of the things that sets us apart from other pool builders. We know that your swimming pool should be more than just functional – it should add interest and beauty to your backyard. Incorporating a water feature, such as a waterfall or fountain, into your pool’s design can help accomplish this.

Water features come in many different styles. It’s common to see a raised spa that pours over some type of spillway into the pool below. You might also consider a bubbling fountain rising from a step or shallow pool, or water spouts arching water across the pool’s surface, or a dramatic waterfall constructed of rock and surrounded by lush landscaping elements. Any of these unique water features will help transform your swimming pool into an elegant backyard resort.

Water Features Photo Gallery – Coming Soon!

Rock Features
The use of natural and/or manmade rock can have a dramatic effect on your swimming pool design. From simple pebble work in a wall or deck to dramatic boulders flanking a pool or defining a waterfall, the use of rocks helps to create the kind of serene and breathtaking atmosphere you’d find in nature. Possibilities for incorporating rock into your swimming pool design are endless.

Rock Features Photo Gallery – Coming Soon!

Sundeks
Historically, swimming pool entries were basically all the same: three or four small steps leading down into the “shallow end” of the pool. But today, many homeowners are enjoying a sundeks, or tanning ledges, incorporated into their steps. This is simply a large rounded step, generally only a few inches to a foot or so deep, that allows swimmers and loungers alike to dabble in the water without becoming entirely immersed.

 Sundeks Photo Gallery – Coming Soon!