There are currently 10.6 million swimming pools in the United States. If you’re considering getting a new pool for your family: go for it! But don’t just stop at buying a pool. If you can, consider getting a custom pool with as many amazing features as you can.
New pools are great, but pools equipped with all the amazing bells and whistles can really turn your backyard into the fun and refreshing environment that your family deserves.
Just because the summer has come to an end doesn’t mean you have to ignore your property for the next few months. Sure, you’ll be shoveling snow in no time (yikes), but you shouldn’t just forget about your backyard altogether. As a homeowner, it’s your responsibility to do whatever you can to increase your property’s resale value. As a parent, it’s your (more important) responsibility to do whatever you can to keep your kids happy and healthy.
Owning a home is one thing, but owning your dream home is completely different. Thanks to unrealistic expectations, however, far too many people never even attempt to acquire their dream home. They think the only way to live a comfortable and amazing life in a great home is to either win the lottery, become a multimillion-dollar athlete, or sell a million records.
Although lottery winners and celebrities certainly have lavish lifestyles, you don’t need millions of dollars to turn your current home into an amazing dream home.
Summer has officially begun and pool owners are ready to host parties. Here are some tips to make sure friends and family enjoy the pool safely at your pool party.
Shower Before Jumping In
It is important that you have your swimmers shower off before entering the pool. This will help keep your pool clean and prevent your chlorine from working too hard to get rid of any oil, sweat, or cosmetic products from getting into the pool.
Far too many homeowners spend money only on upgrading their house’s interior and often ignore their front and backyards. But doing this is such a waste of a great amount of open property and can result in a boring landscape. Rather than having a bland yard on your property, consider some outdoor improvements that your entire family will be able to benefit from.
From 2014 to 2015, the outdoor entertainment industry grew 4% to become a $7 billion industry.