Pool Advice

Ahh! Summer is here, you are outside with your family, and enjoying your inground swimming pool. Your question is, what about Rover; can dogs be in the pool? Most dogs love to swim, and will want to join in on the fun.

Read more: Should You Allow Dogs In The Pool?

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If your inground swimming pool is constructed of concrete, it will need swimming pool coping, which is a cap for the edge of the pool. Besides simply being necessary, the coping provides an opportunity for a decorative accent, which can greatly enhance the appearance of the pool.

Read more: What Is Swimming Pool Coping?

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 If you have a pool, safety should be top of mind, especially if you have children and plan to have a babysitter watch your children this summer. We have provided you with a pool guide for babysitters to print and share to ensure an enjoyable and a safe one.

Read more: Pool Guide for Babysitters: Seven Safety Tips

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Another swimming season is here, and you’ve decided against opening your pool. Perhaps you are planning to travel more or your house will be completely unoccupied. Or, financial reasons are keeping the cover on your pool this summer. What now? You know what to do to close your pool and to open it again, but, what if you are not opening your pool at all? Below are two top tips for when you choose not opening your pool is the plan.

Read more: Top Tips If You Choose to Not Open Your Pool

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At Hawaiian Pool Builders, we know everyone wants to have their pool opened for all the summer fun on the way; however your pool might not be ready to swim in even though it is open.

Read more: Four Avoidable Mistakes When Opening Your Pool

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This spring was particularly wet. Coupled with that, in northwest Ohio and southeast Michigan, we experienced a warmer than normal winter. What does that mean for your summer swimming season? Bugs.

Read more: Keeping Bugs and Mosquitos Away From Your Swimming Pool

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Common pool maintenance mistakes can take years off of your pool's lifespan. Keeping your pool clean and in good operating condition will reduce many possible problems. At Hawaiian Pool Builders, we want you to be aware of some of the common pool maintenance mistakes in order to keep you ‘in the swim’ all summer long.

Read more: Four Common Pool Maintenance Mistakes

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A pool can be a great asset in the warmer months, providing a venue for family fun and activities such as barbecuing or just a place to rest and relax. However, to keep the pool attractive, it should be completely clean and neat. Debris will constantly find its way into your pool, especially if you have trees in your yard.

Read more: Four Benefits Of An Automatic Pool Cleaner

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In Northwest Ohio and Southeast Michigan, we don’t typically consider winter a ‘pool season’ as your pool generally sits idle for several months. At Hawaiian Pools, we want to help you see every season is pool season. If you have been thinking about renovating your pool, late winter and early spring is a great time to plan. It’s better to start thinking about renovations and repairs now rather than wait until the swimming season starts. Since we still have several weeks of colder weather but snow is off (and on) the ground, this is the time to schedule a visit.

Read more: Is It Time For Renovating Your Pool?

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As it gets closer to the time for opening your pool, it might be a good time to ask if you should replace your vinyl pool liner. At Hawaiian Pools, we are here to help you answer that question.

A vinyl pool liner typically lasts eight to 12 years with proper maintenance and care, and often, many pool liners don’t show any signs of wear for much of this time. However, the weather and pool chemicals can cause the liner to deteriorate, and this can lead to problems. Pool liners are expensive to replace, so it’s wise to know the signs that indicate a pool liner should be replaced.

Read more: Is It Time To Replace Your Pool’s Vinyl Liner?

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