The Ultimate Accessory To Transform An Indoor Pool Into A Party Room With The Press Of A Button 26 Apr 10 The Chameleon powered floor system enables an indoor pool to become two rooms in one in an instant. At the press of a button the Chameleon Powered Floor System slides out on silent rollers to cover the pool completely and blends seamlessly into the most sumptuous of settings.
Few modern luxury homes are complete without the owners splashing out on an indoor swimming pool but now there is the ultimate finishing touch – a powered floor system which enables an indoor pool to become a party room with the press of a button.
It is THE accessory for the person who has everything and is one which not only provides the final finishing touch to a luxury swimming pool but is also practical.
Now – for less than the price of a Jaguar XJ or 24 bottles of the finest champagne from Perrier-Jouet – home owners can turn a swimming pool area into a fantastic new party or games room.
The Chameleon ® Powered Floor System will slide out on silent rollers at the touch of a button to cover the pool completely. Guests need never suspect they are dancing over water as the Chameleon ® Powered Floor System will blend seamlessly into even the most sumptuous setting.
A range of luxurious finishes are available, including polished marble, granite, natural stone, ceramic tiles and even wood. When not in use, the powered floor simply slides back onto a sub-floor which can be constructed either under the house or the garden.
Manufactured by the Cartwright Group, a company which has more than half a century’s experience in engineering, the powered floor also cuts pool heating costs by up to 60 per cent, reducing a home’s carbon footprint.
And for families with young children, it allows parents to make the pool a completely out-of-bounds zone unless they are around to supervise.
Although originally designed for indoor use, these features make it an attractive option for owners of outdoor pools, with the additional advantage that it prevents debris blowing into the water from the garden.