Scupper – Much like a sconce, this is usually a slot or even spout connected to a wall or even pedestal. Water flow styles are chute, sheet, and trough.
Sheer descent – Looking like a thin sheet of glass, this particular kind of waterfall drops or perhaps forms an arc as it flows away from the pool wall. The opening of a sheer descent is able to vary from half a foot to several feet wide. It’s generally mounted flush with a top surface.
Sconce -A beautiful element linked to pool walls out of which narrow streams of water pour. Sconces can be shapes, or vessels, urns, architectural pieces, or characters such as animals.
Bubblers – Also known as gushers, bubblers are very small jets in the floors of a shallow surface of the pool that shoots streams of water that gurgles and bubbles up; heights of the streams could be modified.
Spillover Spa – An integrated custom-designed spa elevated above the swimming pool serves as a kind of utilitarian water fountain as it spills and trickles into the pool.
Pool deck jets – Often known as a pencil jet or laminar, this particular kind of water pool fountain is fitted into pool decking and shoots a narrow, arching stream of water into the swimming pool. Mist, fog, & misting systems are created to produce a curtain of mist and will bring down temperatures by as much as 30 degrees.
Statuary – Much like a sconce, but a sculpture is generally figural-animal, bird, fish, or person. Water typically bubbles out or even shoots a stream.