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
Backyard swimming is a dream come true for many families and we understand that there are so many designs and options available that it can be overwhelming for the uninitiated. The enjoyment and fun of a swimming pool goes far beyond the simple checklist of its shape, location, deck design. It’s also important to consider upkeep and maintenance once the construction is over.
Here’s a checklist that our swimming pool contractors have put together for you to use when you are planning for a pool. Continue Reading
In just a few short months, the Tokyo Olympics will be history. Between now and the start on July 24, 2020, there are so many things to look forward to and to watch. The summer Olympics are known for many things but certainly swimming is one of the most watched competitions.
Winter is in full swing in Toledo, but there is still plenty to do until you can open your swimming pool. Listed are the top ten things available that are fun, different and cultural. Continue Reading
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
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
With the Summer Olympics coming up this summer, we dug up some Fun Facts about women in the sport of swimming.
While swimming became an Olympic event in 1908, women weren’t allowed to compete until 1912. Fanny Durack of Australia became the first female to win a gold medal in the 100-yard freestyle race that year. Continue Reading
While a good portion of the country will be blanketed with snow, many people still enjoy their pool through the winter months. From beach-themed holiday decorations to festive foods, there are many ways to create a memorable holiday party this winter with a pool backdrop. Here are a few swimming pool decoration ideas to turn your backyard into a winter wonderland. Continue Reading
If you’re in the midst of making your holiday gift giving list or even if you have friends, family or work colleagues with birthdays in the cooler months of the year, swimming pool related items make perfect gifts! Swimming pool owners typically count down the days until the new season begins and a gift that can be used in the pool is welcome anytime of the year. Consider too that many swimming pool related items are marked down during the winter months and you can give even more gifts than usual! Continue Reading