|Swimming Pool Installation Improves Swimmer Experience|
Ten Speed Spas added a completely redesigned water feature in its kitchen and indoor pool area. The process includes 400 linear feet of glass panel with a clear acrylic drop over the top that lets light into the pool area. The drop offers a way for the sunlight to enter the pool and pass through the panel, and when the sun moves over the top, the light inside of the pool changes as well, said Chris Meier, interior designer with RE/MAX Property Group, the sales team for Ten Speed Spas.
"It's like a little light show," Meier said.
Ten Speed Spas "designed this for the idea of having the best of both worlds, where the outside is lit and so is the inside. You can see it from outside, and it looks like there's daylight inside. We don't have anything like this anywhere else in the area," Meier said.
Two full-size rooms and one half-size room have been remodeled. The first full-size room was built in 1965 with a pool on the south side. A second full-size room
Alaska Native News Jun 25, 2017.
Alaska State Troopers say that a Wasilla man who was caught installing a swimming pool and charged with Fraudulent Use of a Credit Card was apprehended after a visit to the Twin Falls, Idaho Rec Center where he has tried to collect the installation.
Troopers say that Kyle Joseph Barsness, 36, had tried to place an order for a pool on July 18th but, after receiving authorization to do so, was contacted by the store and told that no pool was available. The order would have totaled $3,850.
Barsness, a contractor in Alaska, tried to contact the store via telephone on July 19th to correct the order and credit card purchase, but was unable to get through to anyone at the store.
After receiving authorization to place an order on July 22nd for a pool, Barsness made the trip to Idaho and was apprehended at the store.
While in Idaho, Barsness was also charged with Counterfeit