Pool Safety

On a warm summer day, many people love to relax with a beer or glass of wine. If you’re entertaining in your back yard, oftentimes there is alcohol present and there’s nothing wrong with that. Even in winter, it’s fun to run outside and jump in the hot tub for that steamy relaxation! However, are additional risks that you should consider when you mix alcohol and a hot tub.

Read more: Top Reasons You Shouldn’t Drink Alcohol In Your Hot Tub and Pool

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Swimming pool safety is something that every responsible swimming pool owner considers in and around the pool with friends and family.

A swimming pool may be a structure filled with water but it is more than that. A pool holds a host of plumbing and electrical lines. Pool owners should be aware of several things regarding electrical safety:

Read more: Swimming Pool Safety: Address Electrical Hazards

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“Don’t run!” is something that many parents shout to their children whether they are running in the house, in the grocery store or around the swimming pool. Children, being children, however, don’t always listen!

Read more: Prevent Slips And Falls Around The Swimming Pool

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Many times we focus on keeping our dogs and children safe around the swimming pool, but many pool owners are cat owners as well. Cats, being the curious creatures that they are, often wonder what’s going on the backyard and how they can get involved.

Read more: Keep Your Cat Safe Around The Swimming Pool

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Being in the sun and getting a dose of Vitamin D is beneficial for us though it’s important to limit out time in the sun and use sunscreen. Not only should you apply, and reapply sunscreen when outside for extended periods, you should also apply it correctly in order to avoid a bad sunburn. Here are a few ways that people incorrectly use, or misuse sunscreen:

Read more: Use Sunscreen Appropriately

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If you have a swimming pool, it will become the star of many backyard parties and for that reason Hawaiian Pool Builders offer these safety tips for both in-pool and out-of-pool party fun for your gatherings:

Read more: Safety Tips For A Fun Pool Party

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If you’re like many Americans you are probably already planning a family Fourth of July party and with the fourth being on a Saturday, you may be planning weekend long festivities. A Fourth of July party typically involves time in and around the swimming pool, barbeques and family fun.

Read more: Fourth Of July Pet Safety Tips For Swimming Pool Owners

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Your swimming pool contractors from Hawaiian Pool Builders know that the fun around the swimming pool doesn’t have to stop just because the sun has gone down. The fun doesn’t have to stop when it gets a little chilly at night, either if you have a fire pit in your outdoor living space.

Read more: Fire Pit Safety Measures

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Your swimming pool builder, Hawaiian Pools understands that safety is something that is part and parcel of being a swimming pool owner. In most municipalities across the country there are also specific measures in place for the types of safety items that should be included in a residential swimming pool project and one of those items is a safety fence.

Read more: Pool Enclosures For Safety

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As a swimming pool owner, chances are you don’t pay too much attention to the valves in your swimming pool, but your swimming pool contractor from Hawaiian Pool Builders will tell you that the multiport valve is one of the pools’ most important pieces of equipment. A multiport valve is called many names including a filter control valve, a backwash valve or variable flow valve.

Read more: The Importance Of Swimming Pool Valves

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