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Unfortunately, not every area is perfect for an outdoor pool. Some places can be very windy, always cold, and rainy. Land also might make it tough to create a foundation for a pool. If you do live in an area with these problems you still have an alternative—indoor pools.
Obviously, adding a pool to the inside of your house is a bit more expensive. Also, you need to make sure your house can handle this addition, structurally. Since an indoor pool needs to be kept at a higher temperature it will get pretty humid. Indoor pools also need a number of chemicals to maintain and cleanse it. For these reasons, whatever room you go with should have proper ventilation.
|Jennifer Mathes, Ph.D.|