Swimming pool jets are the perfect addition to your Vancouver swimming pool. What style would be best, though?

There is a whole range of swimming pool jets available now, and this article explores the primary types of jets to help you decide which is right for you.

The top 4 types of swimming pool jets

 

1. Bubble jets

 

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Bubble jets are fountains that produce bubbly streams of water. These can be used in tandems with rock features to create mini-waterfalls. This is an ideal look if you are trying to create a natural haven in your backyard. If you are seeking a more modern vibe, there are brushed metal bubble jets and bubble jets that resemble sculptures.

Bubble jets are an excellent choice if you have children, as they can be fun to play with. If you are creating a relaxing atmosphere, bubble jets can also be a great option, as the sound of bubbling water is generally calming.

2. Laminar jets

 

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Laminar jets create atmosphere, too. These jets include LED lights. If you like to swim or entertain by your pool at night, these swimming pool jets are worth including in your water. There are various colours available, as well as multi-coloured and clear options. The clear lights keep a more classic look, while the multi-coloured option is perfect for parties. There are even some laminar jets that will change the colour of the lights in time with your music!

3. Pool circulation jets

 

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Water has to move into the filtration system so that it can be cleaned and then it needs to return to the main part of the pool. The more circulation in your pool, the better the chance that all the water is being consistently cleaned. Pool circulation jets let you direct where the water coming out of your filtration system goes, keeping the water in your pool rotating. That rotation prevents water from getting caught in dead spots, like behind the ladder.

4. Hydrotherapy jets

 

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Hydrotherapy jets are all about relaxation. They are specifically designed and installed to hit pressure points used in acupuncture and reflexology. These jets give the feeling of getting a massage in your pool. If you are using your pool for relaxation or to help with health issues, hydrotherapy jets could be right for you. Additionally, if you use your pool for exercise, hydrotherapy jets could be a good way to relax your body after your workout.

Swimming pool jets are just one of the features available to you. Planning to build a hot tub? There are a variety of features available for hot tubs too!