Pool Advice

Whether you’re a new home owner or a long-time home owner, you understand the importance of getting your house ready for the winter months ahead. Just as you undertake spring cleaning and get your summer gear out of storage, so too should you prepare your home for the snow and cold of winter.

Read more: Fall Is The Time To Winterize Your Home

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You may not be thinking of jumping into your swimming pool as the weather has gotten more than a little chilly here in Ohio, but the swimming pool contractors from Hawaiian Pool Builders know you can extend the time you spend around the swimming pool, even if you’re not still swimming.

Read more: Ways To Extend Your Swimming Pool Season

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The summer season has ended, and it’s time to get your pool ready for winter. Properly winterizing your pool will protect your equipment from ice damage and save you time and money in the spring. While winterizing your pool may seem complicated, with a little preparation, it can be a very simple and pain-free process.

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Do you find yourself swimming with frogs when you jump into your swimming pool? If that’s the case, there are ways to eliminate these pests and get your family pool back to being frog-free.

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Many hot tub and spa owners find they use the hot tub more frequently once summer has passed and cooler, autumn-like days are at hand. The reason for that is obvious – it’s more enjoyable to soak in heated water when the air is cooler and it’s more enjoyable to swim in your cool, pool water in the heat of a summer day.

Read more: Prepare Your Hot Tub For Fall Use

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Our pools are one of our greatest sources of joy. They bring us fun and family time and food and wonderful memories but they also bring work and expense. One of the reasons we experience the expense is due to water loss which is a problem easily addressed. It is great to be a family with a pool; it is even better to be a secret money saver. In these environmental times where water is a precious commodity here are a few secrets for water conservation.

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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.

Read more: Alternatives To Cleaning Your Pool With Chlorine

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Your family swimming pool is an ideal way to beat the heat this summer. What happens, though when you want to be pool-adjacent, but might not want to swim? If you’re looking for a way to have fun and stay cool poolside this summer there are a variety of ways to improve the functionality of your outdoor living space.

Read more: Beat The Heat In Your Outdoor Living Space

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There are many costs associated with swimming pool ownership and one of those costs stems from heating the pool water. Heating the water can extend your swim season, but can also consume quite a bit of energy and add to your home heating bills.

Read more: Save Money On Pool Heating Costs

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An ant infestation, bees or even birds can spoil a good time in the family swimming pool. There are ways to have beautiful flowers and foliage without the pests that can sometimes ruin a good party.

Read more: Tips To Keep Bugs From Your Swimming Pool

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