Lake Erie isn’t the only body of water that is subject to algae. Sometimes it shows up in your swimming pool as well. The best way to address algae in a swimming pool is to take preventive steps to assure it doesn’t get a chance to take hold. If you’ve seen a swimming pool that has been taken over by algae, and in some cases it seems as though it happens overnight, you know it is a dark green, smelly substance that you want to avoid. Algae creeps up the sides of the pool and down to the floors and infiltrates your equipment and your pool steps. It is difficult, and sometimes costly; to remove and can put your pool out of commission for a week or more. Continue Reading
Traditionally, chlorine has been used to clean and sanitize swimming pools. In recent years, however, homeowners and swimming pool contractors alike have been examining ways to move away from chlorine and use alternative cleaning methods. Chlorine can cause red eyes, dry itchy skin and in some cases turn hair green and many people are looking for safer ways to keep their pool shiny and clean. Continue Reading
In many areas of the country, Labor Day marks the unofficial end of summer. Though temperatures often allow for many more weeks of enjoyment in your pool, it also signals the time of year to start thinking about winterizing your pool.
Your swimming pool is probably one of the most enjoyable aspects of your backyard in the warm summer months. Many people hire Hawaiian Pools to clean and maintain their pool. Our technicians are knowledgeable, trained and know precisely how to maintain the chemical balance and keep your pool water sparkling clean. Continue Reading
At Hawaiian Pool Builders, we love water. We know you do, too, that’s why you have an in-ground swimming pool. What we don’t love is when that water comes from broken swimming pool water pipes. Continue Reading
Thanks to advances in technology over the past 150 years, it is now possible to heat the house, light the room when the sun goes down, cook food with a turn of a knob, and enjoy the warmth of the shower all because of the natural resources we’ve tapped into that are delivered right to our homes. Continue Reading
Cold weather is here, and you and your family can no longer swim in your in-ground swimming pool. Part of the pleasure of having a pool is the fact that it’s great exercise. But, what do you do in the winter? You may be concerned about joining a gym or the YMCA because of the concern of swimming in the winter months. As a parent, you may even wonder whether your child can get sick from swimming in the winter. At Hawaiian Pools, we want to dispel three winter swimming myths. Continue Reading
As a premier Michigan & Ohio swimming pool builder, your satisfaction is our promise to you. We offer many services that will keep your pool, and you, happy all year long.
We don’t just provide pool service and repairs. We believe that our customers want more than just great pool service. You want assurance that your pool equipment is working properly; that your calls with concerns will be answered or returned promptly. Continue Reading
The main reason to winterize the swimming pool is to make sure it is protected from any damage that could occur during the cold, snowy months. A proper swimming pool closing will protect the pool and make the spring opening process easier.
When it’s time for swimming pool winterization, what steps are taken during your service call that are part of the closing? Continue Reading
If you’ve enjoyed your swimming pool for many years, you likely notice it is starting to show signs of wear and tear from the years of fun and frolic you and your family have shared together. You may be seeing areas of the pool that need to be patched and repaired and it might be time to call on the services of a swimming pool contractor. Continue Reading