How would you like a soaking pool that is big enough to comfortably fit the family, easy to maintain, and costs around $440 to get started?
Whether you live in a place like this...Or this, you can't beat a deal like that
Stock tank pools are a new trend quickly rising in popularity. You might be thinking, “I don’t know how I’d feel swimming in a cow trough.” But these pools aren’t just inexpensive. They are highly versatile.
For instance, this "cow trough" has a salt water filter, a waterfall, and quite the setup for day or night soaking
Tractor Company Supply has commented, "More and more, we see our customers turning to this innovative solution as a way to enjoy many of the benefits of a pool without the high cost."
Setting one of these pools up is easy too. All you need is a flat surface large enough for the stock tank, and the pump. Then set up the tank, seal it, put the pump on and fill it up.
You can use gravel or sand to help create a flat area
You can also simply sink them into the ground for added insulation and style
Annie McCreary, the owner of a stock pool, wrote on Instagram wrote, "We use an above ground pool pump/filter." She also stated, "We do add chlorine as needed, just like a regular pool/spa. I test it daily with the pool strips, [and], I shock it once a week—so easy! If it gets too funky, it's easy to drain and refill."
You can style your pools any way you like, and not have to spend tens of thousands for it
Or you can decorate using the most versatile DIY material ever, the wood pallet
“Sounds pretty simple, but is it really? How do I make one of these?”
Stacey Maaser, author of Embracing Motherhood put together this detailed stock tank pool DIY to show you how to create one suitable for the whole family. Bottom line, it’s inexpensive, easy to do, can be turned into any sort of soaking tub paradise you can imagine, and it can fit nearly anywhere. What’s the drawback?