Endless swimming pools are a type of upscale temporary swimming pool. The pool comes in a kit, which includes the exterior panels, the frame, the heating system and everything else you need for installation. You put the pool up and take it down when needed. The Fastlane pools from Endless come with some problems, including installation issues.
According to the manufacturer, nearly anyone can set up and install the Fastlane swimming pools. The company does not install the pools but instead sends a kit. You are responsible for setting up the frame and the heating system before filling the pool with water. If you have any problems, you have the option of calling customer support. You might encounter issues regarding how to properly set up the pool, put together the frame or get the temperature of the water to the right level.
Fastlane swimming pools from Endless have a size of 6 feet, 6 inches feet wide by more than 13 feet long, which gives you room for swimming and playing. Keep in mind that the size is large, but not as large as full size in-ground or above-ground swimming pools. The manufacturer claims that the pool has two spa seats, but that makes the pool only large enough for a few people. You might encounter problems when it comes to swimming and playing, as the pool is not as large as a permanent pool.
A Fastlane swimming pool requires a level area with a solid base that can withstand pressure of 200 pounds per square foot of space. The pool does not work on hilly areas or areas with rocks and stones. Any type of debris might damage the swimming pool by bending or warping the bottom. You also must have a minimum power supply of 220 volts and 30 amps. If your home lacks the proper power supply, you cannot use the additional features, including the heating supply. Using the wrong power supply might short out the system or stop the heater from working properly, leading to uneven temperatures.
According to the manufacturer, a Fastlane swimming pool has “seasonal mobility.” You can use the swimming pool during the warmer months, then drain and store during the colder months. Although that is true, you might encounter some problems relating to seasonal use. You might not have adequate storage for the pool because you typically need to store it indoors and away from snow and ice. You also risk losing the manufacturer’s instructions during the offseason, making installation in the future more difficult.