Each pool comes with its own set of maintenance needs: clearing debris, covering, and prepping for the changing seasons may top the list. One thing common to most above ground and some inground pools: the liners need to be replaced. On average, a pool liner lasts between eight and 12 years, and many don’t show ostensible wear and tear. Having a professional inspect your pool liner can help you determine its current state, and whether it’s time to consider a replacement.Read More
Today’s pools and spas come with all the bells and whistles – precise temperature regulation, lighting, and automation options abound. An automatic pool cover can be a valuable addition to your set up. Learn what these covers are, how to use them, and how they add an element of convenience to your backyard oasis.
When people say “grill,” they are usually referring to a large, rectangular propane piece or a round charcoal cooker. They also think of a pretty singular use: You build a fire and flip your food over a few times until it’s finished. There’s one grill, however, that defies these expectations and does more than anyone ever thought possible.
People like pools because they’re a complete experience. You get the physical benefits of exercise and movement, plus the pleasant feeling of cool water on a hot summer’s day. That’s in addition to the added home value and opportunities to entertain your friends and family. At Pools of Fun, we’re an experience, too. We have the equipment and expertise you need to make your backyard an outdoor oasis.
You dreamed about installing an in-ground pool on your property for years. It will add value to your property and provide friends and family a place to hang out. If you’re ready to make the dive, don’t wait until next spring or summer to get started. In fact, this coming fall may be the best time to complete your project.
We hate to burst your summer bubble, but here’s a quick newsflash: it’s already mid-July, and we’re slowly running out of pool time. Even though it sure feels bittersweet to see the hot season is fly by, the good news is that we’ve still got ample days left to be outside and soak in the sun.