Pool Advice

At the height of summer, the area around your in-ground swimming pool can become extremely hot. When the outside temperature is high, and exposure to direct sunlight, the temperature of your pool deck can even become dangerous. At Hawaiian Pool Builders, we don’t want you to let an overheated pool deck ruining your pool days.

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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.

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As swimming pool season ‘heats’ up, you are in and out of your pool more and more. Some days it’s a quick dip in the afternoon, and other days, you are out in the water and sun all day. While there are hundreds of wonderful reasons to be outside and take little to no effort; keeping your hair, skin and swimsuit from the negative affects of chlorine and sunshine may take a little work. With a few easy steps, you can prevent damage that often comes from chlorine.

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It’s still a bit chilly in Northwest Ohio and Southeast Michigan, making it a bit impossible to take a jump into your swimming pool. The time isn’t that far away, though! One of the items you should be thinking about for your pool is the filter you use. The choice is largely up to you, the pool owner. Here’s a comparison of in-ground swimming pool filters offered at Hawaiian Pool Builders.

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Do you recall the summer of 1975? Maybe not, however, I bet you do remember that Jaws had beachgoers heeding the advice of the movie’s tagline, “Don’t go in the water”. Those five words kept millions of Americans out of the water. Now, in 2018, some experts fear that a rapid increase of recreational water illness (RWI) may in fact, do the same thing. Unfortunately, many kids and adults alike don’t get enough regular exercise. Anything that could hinder exercising, including swimming, may do more harm than good.

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If you are reading this article right now, it’s probably because you have decided to purchase an inground swimming pool. It’s a big investment, and you may be thinking, we will wait until after the holidays are over.

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Safe, low-odor saltwater in-ground swimming pools are gaining popularity. Could you have saltwater in your future? While salt systems aren’t a new invention, they have gained some traction over the years. Once primarily a perk in health spas and resorts, saltwater pools have now become popular among U.S. homeowners. Today, about 30% of all U.S. in-ground pools are saltwater. People are increasingly appreciating the benefits associated with them.

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Long days spent playing in the water are fun, but the end result can leave you with blurry, red eyes. Knowing some basics—like how pool water affects your eye health—could prevent irritated swimmer's eyes. At Hawaiian Pool Builders, we have answers to five of the more common questions in relationship to swimming and your eyes.

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Swimming pool hair. What can you do about it? How can you stop it from happening, and most importantly, is it possible to prevent chlorine damage to your hair? Hawaiian Pool Builders has these five tips for you to keep your hair protected from the effects of chlorine damage.

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The popularity of solar pool heating is increasing in Northwest Ohio. The fact is solar pool heating is an environmentally-friendly alternative to other heating systems. Solar pool heating systems can reduce greenhouse gas emissions and pollutants. What’s more, these systems are low-maintenance and easy to use, with a proven long-life span. Hawaiian Pool Builders has answers to your questions about solar pool heating.

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