One of the main reasons for having an inground pool is for the sheer pleasure of entertaining friends and enjoying your family. However, we’ve reached that time of year where your pool is now closed and you’re wondering what to do to keep the momentum going?
The weather is getting cooler, and the leaves are changing. If you’re looking for some fall-centric party theme ideas, Hawaiian Pool Builders has you covered. We know you want to keep the friends and fun flowing, so we gathered a list of backyard parties for Fall. Continue Reading
Having your swimming pool exposed to the sunlight is a great way to keep the water temperate and could mean you won’t have to resort to using a swimming pool heater. If your pool is always exposed to the sun, it could be uncomfortable to spend time relaxing poolside because it could just be too hot. Continue Reading
Looking at the long-term costs of owning a swimming pool as compared to paying for a gym membership, you can see the benefits of making an investment into a swimming pool of your own. When you also consider that a swimming pool will add to the value of your home and the benefit of owning your own swimming pool rises yet again. Also, when you factor in that, depending on the area of the country in which you live, the ability to get outside and exercise could be limited, having access to a swimming pool continues to make sense. Swimming is a great way to get an aerobic workout and maintain cardiovascular health all in a low impact setting. Continue Reading
Many hot tub and spa owners find they use the hot tub more frequently once summer has passed and cooler, autumn-like days are at hand. The reason for that is obvious – it’s more enjoyable to soak in heated water when the air is cooler and it’s more enjoyable to swim in your cool, pool water in the heat of a summer day.
If you’re getting ready to kick off hot tub “season” at your home, here are some items that we at Hawaiian Pools recommend as a way to prepare your hot tub for fall use. Continue Reading
There is nothing better than time spent in and around the swimming pool or relaxing poolside. As you begin laying out your pool design, it’s always a good thing, and fun to look at some of the top accessories for your swimming pool. Continue Reading
Traditionally, Labor Day ushers in Fall, and closes out Summer. This year, Labor Day is on September 2nd. The entire Labor Day weekend is full of parties with everyone jamming as much as possible to the close of another fantastic summer. However, Labor Day is more than parties, and at Hawaiian Pool Builders, we wanted to share the history behind it, and some fun ways to enjoy it since Labor Day 2020 is almost here. Continue Reading
As fall approaches you’ll be thinking about how to keep your swimming pool and pool cover leaf free. Before the snow, the leaves fall everywhere, including on your pool cover. We have some tips to help you keep your cover leaf free. Continue Reading
Being a swimming pool owner, or, if you are considering becoming one, now’s a great time to think about an Autumn pool landscaping project.
Landscaping adds to the beauty and ambiance of your outdoor living area and simply makes the pool itself a more inviting area in which to spend time and entertain. What can you do, as part of your swimming pool construction project, to enhance your outdoor living space? Continue Reading
Have you ever heard the term, “swim spa”? These are a hybrid product that allows customers to have a combination of relaxing massage jets that you’d find in a hot tub along with a pool structure large enough to swim laps. The swim spa features adjustable speed swim currents that allow the swimmer to swim in place – and get a great work out.
If you’re looking for a water-filled structure in which to swim laps and benefit from hydrotherapy, a swim spa might fill the bill! These structures are gaining in popularity among homeowners who want a pool, but may not want to give up their entire backyard to a traditional swimming pool. Continue Reading
It’s a fact that many people consider Labor Day to be the unofficial end of summer and it is a reminder of the inevitable move toward the cooler, snowy months of winter.
While we hate to bid adieu to summer, we have a checklist of items to get your entire home, backyard and swimming pool ready for that autumn and winter weather. Continue Reading