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
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
Imagine slipping into the warm, jet-filled depths of your backyard hot tub. It’s a luxury like no other, especially when the winter winds are blowing. Hot tubs are investments in both health and relaxation so you should make certain you protect your investment with a hot tub cover.
We believe that you shouldn’t think of a cover as an accessory, but as an additional component in your investment in the hot tub itself. Continue Reading
Gone are the days of just swimming laps in your backyard swimming pool to get in shape. Today’s pool owners are looking to yoga as a way to get in shape. If you’re a yoga enthusiast out of the water, you might want to try water yoga in your backyard swimming pool. Continue Reading
When you live in Northwest Ohio or Southeast Michigan like we do, you could be skeptical about adding an in-ground swimming pool. The summers aren’t very long, and you may think that the enjoyment is worth the investment but we have seventeen reasons to prove that owning a pool is well worth it! Continue Reading
If you’re like most swimming pool owners, you’re always looking for some way to add to the fun you have in and around your swimming pool and a new gadget, toy or relaxation item is sure to please everyone in the family! Here are some ideas for the loved ones on your shopping list. Continue Reading
Everyone has their perfect swimming pool water temperature. You may like it polar bear water cold, or you may prefer it just a degree or two shy of your hot tub. While your ideal temperature is one that is the most comfortable for you, there are a few things we want you to know when it comes to the perfect swimming pool water temperature; and for your hot tub.
There are several factors you need to consider when warming your water to the perfect levels. Take the time to examine all of these factors when you decide on the perfect temperature to create a fun and relaxing environment for you, your family and guests all year long. Continue Reading
Now that your swimming pool is open, it’s time to think about getting dad something fun and ‘pool themed’ for Father’s Day. At Hawaiian Pool Builders, we have ideas for swimming pool gifts we are sure will spark dad’s interest.
Is dad an avid golfer? Why not get him a putting green that floats? That way he can enjoy two of his favorite pastimes – his pool and putter. Add a bucket of golf balls with his name on them, and he’ll be in heaven. Continue Reading
Summer has arrived in Northwest Ohio and Southeast Michigan. At Hawaiian Pool Builders, we know how much you love to be in your pool, however, it’s also a great time to get outdoors to exercise. As the temperature climbs, so does the chance of getting heatstroke. Here are a few ways for avoiding heatstroke during exercise. Continue Reading
Myths exist in all areas of life; including swimming and swimming pools. As you read, you’ll probably remember hearing this from your mother or grandmother in years past and we know that these myths still carry some weight. We’d like to share five swimming pool myths and the facts surrounding them, so you know what is, and what is not, to be believed. Continue Reading