At Hawaiian Pool Builders we want you to enjoy your swimming pool, and one way is to know and be aware of water safety. May is typically when you start opening your pool for the summer season, and also is why May is National Water Safety Month.
Outdoor swimming pool weather will be here before you know it. At Hawaiian Pools, we want to make sure your season is off to a great start with a few stafety tips for adults and children.
Often times it’s the simple things that are overlooked when it comes to swimming pool safety. For instance:
Myth #1: Chlorine will turn my blond hair green"I spent the day swimming in my friend's pool and now my formerly blond locks (natural, of course) are GREEN! Her chlorine level must be sky-high for that to have happened!! – Well no, the chlorine wasn’t the culprit.
When it comes to deciding on putting in a pool, one of the most important choices is what kind of pool? At Hawaiian Pools, we specialize in 3 types of inground swimming pools. We offer Gunite, Vinyl Liner and Fiberglass pools.
For many of us, our dog is more of a family member than a pet. If you have a dog, or two, and want to share the fun and enjoyment of your swimming pool with them, there are some tips you will want to put into place to assure that the pool is safe for both you and your furry friend.
If you look at the calendar you’ll notice that summer is quickly slipping past. Soon the children will be back in school, the pool will be closed for the season and sadly, for some, we will be settling in for winter.
Fire pits add beauty, ambiance and a way to spend more hours out of doors even when the nights aren’t as warm as they were when summer kicked off! The swimming pool contractors from Hawaiian Pools explain that a fire pit can be used in the midst of a summer night because you can cook a meal, roast marshmallows or just relax to the sounds of a fire when you’re entertaining poolside.
Spending time in the pool with your children is an ideal way to while away the summer hours and to build memories that will last a lifetime. However, we urge pool owners to teach children to respect he swimming pool.
Recently, we shared ways to use sunscreen appropriately, along with some ‘do’s & don’ts’s’ of storage. We want to also point out that all sunscreens are not created equal and that some brands are better for your overall health than others. While it is wise to use sunscreen to help avoid skin cancer, age spots and dryness it's important to protect safely and here is why.