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Memorial Day Sale This Week at Pools of Fun

We’ve told you in the past that we love the month of May. The temperature is finally heating up, the sun is shining bright and the colors are vibrant. As excitement grows toward this upcoming weekend’s extended holiday, we’re putting our money where our mouth is with a huge sale extending all the way to Memorial Day. We have all you need for the world’s best pool party in stock.

A Great Time To Be Outside in Indiana

Having served Central Indiana for over 30 years, we know how important the month of May is to our community. But as the work picks up for us as Indiana’s number one pool builder, the fun is just beginning for Hoosiers. Here’s why you should get excited!

Is Your Grill Ready for Spring?

Now that winter’s over, it’s time to wake your grills up from hibernation and put them to use. Nothing says summer like sounds and smells a sizzling grill, and taking a few steps will produce perfect meals in no time.

4 Reasons an Outdoor Kitchen is a Backyard Must-Have

With summer now just around the corner, Pools of Fun recently added a new line of products to bolster your backyard: Outdoor Kitchens!With summer now just around the corner, Pools of Fun recently added a new line of products to bolster your backyard: Outdoor Kitchens! Just like a swimming pool, an outdoor kitchen is a great investment for your backyard.

Part II: What Makes a Bad Pool Contractor

Part II: What makes a Bad Contractor – Most bad contractors will tell you they have adequate insurance. But do they really? A bad contractor’s grass cutting and snow plowing coverage won’t cut it when their concrete truck runs over a city water meter pit, leaving you on the hook for the damages.

Why You Should Buy From a Qualified Pool Contractor — Not a Part Time Bad Contractor

A bad contractor is someone who professes to be “in the business” of providing a service to homeowners at a greatly discounted rate, often using cheaper products to get the job done. The reality is that a bad contractor will overpromise and under-deliver every time, leaving a homeowner unsatisfied and having to pay extra to get the job done right.