With Thanksgiving behind you and Christmas on its way, you may be wondering what you can do with your pool before the snow starts to accumulate on the ground. If you’re not the type to go swimming while it’s cold outside, there are still a few things you can do so that you’re still able to enjoy your pool a little bit longer.
Clean it Up
No one likes a dirty pool and swimming pool area. If there are leaves and debris about along with other signs of disarray, then you need to do something about it. Clean things up and make sure that the water is chemically sound. In other words, check the balance and its chemistry to ensure that everything is as it should be.
Invest in Some Pool Supplies & Accessories
Sometimes it’s easy to lose sight of how much fun and exciting certain amenities can be if you don’t spruce them up periodically. Maybe your pool looks a little too mundane and needs some fun and excitement added to it. You can easily incorporate low-cost enhancements with LED pool lights, waterproof speakers, and some fun pool toys. Look online and visit your local Tennessee pool store to check out what they have in stock. Keep in mind that you should check their inventory often because popular items often sell out fast.
Look to Others for Inspiration
Sometimes, you need more than access to some great pool supplies and accessories. You may be lacking in the motivation department. Even though it’s cold outside, there are still many wonderful things you can do with your pool, especially if you have a pool heater. Look in magazines, online and chat with some of your neighbors and friends for suggestions. You can even call the pool experts at Hutch Pools for advice. We’d be more than happy to help you out.
You should keep in mind that a pool heater isn’t going to keep things warm enough for you to go swimming when it’s minus 26 degrees outside. However, it does allow you a bit more flexibility so you don’t have to close your pool up as soon as the fall temperatures start to drop.
Visit Hutch Pools today or give us a call to find the latest and most affordable pool equipment and accessories in town.