I love having a pool in my back yard, but it does require a lot of work during the summer. I have spent a lot of time trying to find ways to reduce the amount of time that goes into taking care of my pool so that I can spend more time enjoying it. During my search, I have learned quite a few short cuts that have reduced the time that it takes me to keep the pool clean and healthy to use. My blog will provide you with all of the tips that will help you decrease the maintenance time for your pool.
As you plan the addition of a custom swimming pool for your backyard, you may want to consider adding a few safety features. Even if you don't have children of your own, adding these features can help you rest easy knowing that children and adults alike can enjoy the use of your pool. Here are a few options to consider as you work with your pool builder to create an outdoor oasis in your yard.
Drain covers can help prevent body parts from becoming sucked into the drains of your pool. Without the covers, it's possible to get a toe, finger, hand, or foot stuck, which can lead to serious injury. Talk to your pool builder about adding drain covers to each drain in the pool. These covers come in a range of sizes and shapes, so you should be able to source the right size for your custom pool.
Whether you have children or you are concerned about neighborhood kids sneaking into your pool at night, a pool enclosure is a great option for your yard. The enclosure helps to keep your pool securely locked when you aren't there to supervise, and they can be customized to fit the unique shape of your custom pool. Choose a tall enclosure that is difficult to climb, and make sure that the lock you choose can't be easily picked by tiny hands. Select from a range of design options and colors to match the aesthetic of your backyard for a cohesive look. Your pool builder can construct the enclosure during the pool construction process so everything is ready for opening day of your new swim spot.
Retractable Pool Covers
A retractable pool cover offers a host of benefits for pool owners. They can prevent rainwater from changing the balance of chemicals in the water, and they can also keep leaves and debris out of the swimming pool. This means less time skimming and more time swimming. Covers can prevent evaporation, reducing the need to fill the pool with more water over time.The greatest benefit, however, is providing a barrier that helps prevent children and pets from falling into the water. Even if you build an enclosure for the pool, a cover provides an added layer of safety. If your custom swimming pool is an unusual size, work with your pool builder to create a cover that fits the structure. In some cases, you may need to choose a cover you remove manually instead of one operated by remote control.
Talk to your pool builder about any safety concerns you have, and work together to create a swimming pool that adds beauty and convenience to your backyard. Contact a company, like Elite Pools , for more help.