Pool Building Tips

The swimming season might be over, but pool buying season isn’t. If you are considering installing a pool for next years’ backyard enjoyment, you may wonder what is the best season? Hawaiian Pool Builders has put together a guide for you to help in the decision-making process.

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Have you dreamed about getting an in-ground swimming pool but haven’t because of the cost? Your dreams can now become a reality, because we are excited to share that financing is now available at Hawaiian Pool Builders.

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Have you had your inground swimming pool for a while? Do you look at your backyard and think it is beginning to look boring? It might be time to consider doing some pool renovations. At Hawaiian Pool Builders, we have thirteen ideas for pool renovations.

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When you sit down with one of our professionals at Hawaiian Pool Builders one of the first things to consider is swimming pool size. There are a few factors to consider when making that decision. After your swimming pool is in, changing the size simply isn’t an option, there’s no turning back. How does one determine what size to choose?

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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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Hawaiian Pools, Inc. Captures Award in Regional Pool, Spa and Hot Tub Competition

Maumee, Ohio – In a competition that invited entries from swimming pool and spa companies in 14 states, Hawaiian Pools, Inc. was named ‘2017 Gold Standard of Excellence Award Winner’ in a swimming pool design and construction competition conducted by the Midwest Chapter of The Association of Pool & Spa Professionals.

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By now, you are probably aware that there are three types of in-ground swimming pools offered by Hawaiian Pool Builders. They are concrete (also called gunite), Fiberglass, and vinyl liner. The type of pool you choose affects the cost, construction and the way you'll use your pool. Below is basic information about these three types of pools.

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Have you ever wondered about an infinity edge pool? At Hawaiian Pool Builders, we want to take the mystery out of them for you.

The term ‘infinity edge pool’ is a term used for ‘infinite edge pool’, ‘vanishing edge pool’, or ‘negative edge pool.’ When positioned high on a perch, they create a beautiful optical illusion of water extending ‘infinitely’ to the horizon.

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An in-ground swimming pool is a large investment. Your personality, style and budget are all things to consider when talking with one of our professionals at Hawaiian Pool Builders. Using this swimming pool construction checklist will help guide you along the journey.

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While swimming pools add luxury and value to any lifestyle, they are a big investment. Vinyl liner swimming pools are typically less costly than concrete or fiberglass from the beginning, as they require fewer materials to make them stable.

A few decades ago, your options for a vinyl liner pool were rectangular and blue. They have now risen to current design challenges and can offer smarter building solutions. As a homeowner, your options are nearly limitless in shape and color of a vinyl pool giving the ability to create your own unique style.

Read more: The Basic Benefits Of Vinyl Liner Swimming Pools

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