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Understanding Pool Aesthetics

About a year ago, I realized that there were some serious problems with the way that our pool looked. It was old, outdated, and incredibly unsafe for visitors, since the entire cover was having problems. I began thinking of various ways to make things right, and it occurred to me that the best thing we could do would be to replace the cover. It was incredible to see just how much of a difference it made, and within days, the pool looked like a brand new area. I wanted to begin a blog all about understanding and correcting pool aesthetics, so you know how to make things right.

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Building An In-Ground Pool This Year? Why You Should Also Invest In A Pool Enclosure

If you're going to be investing in an in-ground swimming pool this year, you should also be investing in an enclosure. Pool enclosures, like those from Enclosure Rescue Inc, go above and beyond the typical pool cover or fence by turning the area around your pool into usable space. Here are just four of the many benefits you'll receive from investing in an enclosure for your pool.

Protects You and Your Pool from the Sun

During the summer, you and your pool are exposed to the sun. That sun exposure can cause harm to you and your pool. You can offset some of the harm by lathering on the sunscreen, but that won't do anything to protect your pool. Not only that, but the sunscreen can wash off, and it's almost impossible to get your kids to stand still long enough for a proper application. When it comes to your pool, too much heat can kill the effectiveness of your chlorine, and excessive amounts of sunscreen can clog up the filter and make your pool dirty. By having an enclosure built, you'll be protecting yourself and your pool.

Lets You Enjoy the Pool without the Bugs

There's nothing worse than trying to enjoy your swimming pool while you're surrounded by bugs. They're either buzzing around your head or they're floating in the pool. Either way, it's simply not an enjoyable environment. When you invest in an enclosure for your pool, you'll be locking the bugs out, which means you'll be able to enjoy your swim time without the pests. You'll be free from the intrusion of pests such as mosquitoes and bees, and your pool will stay cleaner.

Decreases Your Risk of Liability

When you have a pool in your yard, you run the risk of liability issues. Young guests can wander outside and fall in the pool, and trespassers can climb your fence and swim in your pool without permission. Unfortunately, if you're a homeowner, you'll be liable for any injuries that occur in your pool – even if you're not home. With an enclosure, your pool is safe and secure. When you're not home, you can lock the door, which will prevent trespassers from gaining access to the pool. When you have guests over, you can activate the alarm, which will alert you whenever the door to the pool opens.

Allows You to Swim All Year Long

Now that you're going to have a pool in your yard, you don't want your enjoyment to be controlled by the weather. One of the benefits of an enclosure is that it will allow you to swim all year long, regardless of the weather. In fact, you'll be able to swim in your pool during a snow storm if you want to.