Swimming should really be one of the fundamental things we learn as human. Like walking saying thank you. Whether you live on a beach next to the ocean or in the middle of the country knowing how to swim can be a very important tool.
Knowing how to swim can be viewed by some as a luxury but it can be a valuable asset in life. There are water threats everywhere we look and being prepared is extremely important. Knowing how to swim can not only save your life but can also save someone else’s. Continue Reading
On a warm summer day, many people love to relax with a beer or glass of wine. If you’re entertaining in your back yard, oftentimes there is alcohol present and there’s nothing wrong with that. Even in winter, it’s fun to run outside and jump in the hot tub for that steamy relaxation! However, are additional risks that you should consider when you mix alcohol and a hot tub. Continue Reading
Finally! Summer is here, the days are getting hotter, and you’ve probably already enjoyed several weeks in your in-ground swimming pool. While splashing away in the cool water is loads of fun, getting a sunburn is not. At Hawaiian Pool Builders, we have four tips to avoid getting a sunburn.
It’s natural to want to get out in the sun during these warm, summer days, that’s one reason you have a pool. It should also be as natural to want to protect your skin from the damaging effects of the sun when you are outside. Continue Reading
Being in the sun and getting a dose of Vitamin D is beneficial for us, though it’s important to limit out time in the sun and use sunscreen. Not only should you apply, and reapply sunscreen when outside for extended periods, you should also apply it correctly in order to avoid a bad sunburn. It’s important to use sunscreen appropriately.
Here are a few ways that people incorrectly use, or misuse sunscreen: Continue Reading
If you’re like many Americans, you are probably already planning a family Fourth of July party which typically involves time in and around the swimming pool, barbeques and family fun.
Families that have pets need to take some precautions to keep our pets safe during any holiday get-together. Continue Reading
Spring has finally arrived in Northwest Ohio and Southeast Michigan. At Hawaiian Pool Builders we understand how ready you are for your in-ground swimming pool to be open, and how ready you are to dive right in. With summer not too far off, it’s a smart idea to make sure all of your electrical sources are safe. Since May is electrical safety month, we want to review the basics of ensuring all your power is in good working condition. Continue Reading
It’s in the news almost daily – childhood obesity is becoming an epidemic in the United States. For that matter, it’s impacting adults as well as children. What can you, as an adult and/or a parent do? If you have a swimming pool, we believe you have an ideal place for family fun and activity that doesn’t even seem like exercise. Continue Reading
As soon as you become a swimming pool owner you become a gathering place. There is nothing more fun or exciting than inviting over friends and family to your house for a swimming pool party on a hot summer day. When the sun goes down, that doesn’t mean the fun has to end because that is the time to for LED twinkle lights on the deck area and some floating candles in the swimming pool to set the mood.
As your Ohio swimming pool builder, when you work with us, we can help you make certain your swimming pool is always party-ready. Continue Reading
With a hot tub or spa, there are a few precautions you should take. We want you to enjoy your spa or hot tub and have a few precautions to share. Continue Reading
Families who have swimming pools know that before they can teach their children to swim, they have to first get them comfortable in the swimming pool. It takes patience and perseverance to get your child comfortable in the water and the parent has to offer loving support while doing this. The rewards of patience pay off in the long run when you and your children will be able to spend hours of fun in the swimming pool. Continue Reading