Mid-Sized Commercial Pool Domes
Commercial Ameri-Domes are durable, air-inflated structures ranging in size from 3,000 to 10,000 square feet. They are designed and built to withstand the heavy wear & tear associated with use by the general public. These air domes or "pool bubbles" are manufactured from scrim-reinforced vinyl, a 3-layer fabric consisting of woven nylon reinforcement webbing laminated between two sheets of vinyl. Due to the increased expense of this specific fabric, the price-per-square-foot is somewhat higher than our residential domes (units under 3000 square feet). These Heavy Duty Commercial fabrics are available in many different colors. We offer 3 standard colors at one pricing structure and add 10% onto the price of your dome should a "designer" color be your desire. The walls of commercial domes are not available in the clear vinyl material. You can get a free online price quote by using our commercial dome calculator or by calling us at 800-982-6966.
The blowers for commercial pool domes are designed to run continuously and they're not only quiet, they're very economical to run. You can count on using 1 blower per each 1800-2000 square feet of dome. These blowers have a speed adjustment so you can set and maintain the proper inflation pressure within the pool dome.
Also, if you're planning on using your dome in a colder climate, our Dome Heaters keep the dome at a comfortable temperature and help to safely keep the humidity level at acceptable levels.
Occasionally, local ordinances will require that these "light commercial" units will require the use of an airlock to accommodate a wheelchair (ADA). We recommend airlocks instead of the traditional revolving door because in many localities revolving doors are no longer legal for inflatable structures. Also, some states require extra tall walls and/or fabric which has a state fire marshal "fire retardant" rating. We can provide all of these features for you.
A common question asked of us on domes in this size range is how tall the finished product will be in the center of the dome. The answer lies in the final dimensions of the dome itself. The larger the dome, the taller it will be. With all wall heights being constant on every dome, the larger area it covers dictates the final ceiling height in the center. As a reference example, a dome measuring 40' x 100' (4000 sq. ft.) will have an approximate final height of 14'-5" in the very center. Also, due to the large amount of material involved, on a warm day the dome may "grow" 6 inches taller or so. On a cold day, it may "shrink" 6 inches or so.