A pool is a great thing to have on hand. People can use pools to help them get exercise and welcome guests to their house. Having a pool in the backyard can encourage all members of the family to spend time in the outdoors and enjoy the fresh air and sunshine. However, while a pool can help add value to a house and provide people with many hours of enjoyment, it is important to make sure the pool is kept up at all times.
There is no dispute that adding a pool can be a hefty investment, but it also adds a lot of resale value to the property. Getting it done right takes a little planning and beginning the planning stages while it is cold is a smart move. This allows the work to start sooner and you and your family can be having a great time and be swimming whenn the warmer months roll around. Below are a few things to consider before diving in and getting started.
If you have been looking into ways to increase the value of your home think of adding an inground pool! Inground pools are an easy way to up your home’s value quickly. If you already own a pool, you may want to consider remodeling it, as you can substantially increase the overall value of your home by doing this. Many people have started to get into home renovations and have been looking up all sorts of ways to increase the value of their homes and there is no doubt that a pool remodel is a great option.
Millstone Township, New Jersey – September 22, 2015 – Pool closing time is a sad time of the year. The weather is getting cold, the leaves are changing color and warm memories of summertime fun are fading away. This is not usually the time of year that people like to think about their swimming pools, but SwimMor knows that this is the most important time of year to pay attention to your pool,
Millstone Township, New Jersey – August 12, 2015 – A swimming pool is a great source of family fun and fitness. But it’s most important to make safety a priority to protect children and others in and around the water. SwimMor knows pools and they are committed to educating their customers on pool safety.
Pool safety is easy when following the simple steps laid out by your local Health Department. Constant supervision is an important step to ensuring safety.
Summer is the time of year for fun cookouts and pool parties. Have you ever had plans to throw a huge pool party only to wake up that morning to a green murky pool? This is a very common problem in the hot summer months since the heat and sunlight create prime conditions for algae to rear its ugly head. Algae can form quickly overnight spoiling your plans leaving you roasting in the sun without relief!
There are Excellent Physical Benefits from Swimming Pools
Swimming is good for the body and mind of adults, teenagers and children but requires having a swimming pool that is installed correctly by knowledgeable contractors and built from a design created by a landscaping or exterior structure architect. Swimming is an excellent exercise for individuals with health conditions such as arthritis because water supports the body without stress. An individual with an injury can often engage in physical therapy in a swimming pool without experiencing as much discomfort.
Swimming pool season is upon us. As the temperature warms up and you’re getting ready for the summer, keep in mind some basic in-ground pool maintenance tips that will keep your pool clean and sparkling all summer long.
Swimming pool maintenance 2-3 times a week:
Check your pool’s pH and chlorine levels. Do this at dusk, at least four hours after all swimmers have left the water and at least eight hours after a storm.
Swim-Mor Pools and Spas in New Jersey is a family owned and operated company that has been a premier provider of in-ground gunite pools in Central and Southern New Jersey since 1967. And when we say “since 1967”, we don’t just mean the company name or corporation. Our family, ownership, experience, and history are what make Swim-Mor thrive. Swim-Mor was built on the foundation that pool building in New Jersey is more than just a job to us.
Covering all of Southern and Central New Jersey as well as New Castle County Delaware.
920 Lake Drive (at Black Horse Pike)
Mt. Ephraim, NJ. 08059
Tel: (856) 456-3332
331 Tilton Road
Northfield, NJ. 08225
Tel: (609) 645-7171
514 Rt. 33 Unit 4
Millstone Twp., 08535
Tel: (732) 446-2211