Swimming pool tips for 2022

While the economy has been in a mostly stop-start position for the last two years during the pandemic, the swimming pool industry has been doing fairly well. With people realizing that COVID is mostly here to stay, folks have been spending and investing more in at-home entertainment, opting to have more to do in their homes than going out and spending it elsewhere. 

But how can you get more out of your swimming pool? How can you get as much enjoyment out of it as possible? That’s what we’re here to discuss today. Here are some great new year’s resolutions that you can make in order to get the most out of your swimming pool in 2022. Let’s jump right in!

Start small!

Small swimming pool upgrades can go a long way and as such – finding those ‘pennies in the couch cushions’ ways to improve your pool can be a big deal. If you have equipment that is showing wear and tear like a skimmer, ladder or drain cover – you might want to consider and upgrade. 

Other components like your heaters ,filters , chlorinators, pumps and filters are all vital in order to keep your pool in good, working order. Perhaps it’s time to invest in an ongoing maintenance plan to get the most out of these components as possible and spend less time sweating the small stuff and more time enjoying your pool.

Getting more exercise

One of the single, best benefits of owning a pool is the health benefits that come with it. One of the most common new years’ resolutions is…? Losing weight. Bringing the two together can be a great way to get a little bit more out of your pool this coming year.

Swimming is one of the best weight loss activities you can benefit from, period. It works out everything in your body – from your cardio, strength, endurance, etc. It’s a true, full-body workout. Want to lose weight? Start in your swimming pool.

Shore up your safety

There’s never a bad time to upgrade your swimming pool’s safety features. New gate latches, fencing, safety equipment – all of them can come in handy and take the worry away from owning a swimming pool. And if you’re unsure of where to start – just call your local Oldsmar pool contractor and have a talk. They’ll be able to help you put a more definitive safety plan in place and give you some guidance as to some of the things you might need to prioritize. 

Hopefully, you found many of today’s tips useful. If you’re thinking of getting more out of your pool, give your local Oldsmar pool contractor a call today and we’ll be happy to provide you with a free consultation. Until then – good luck in the new year!

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