Installing A Pool? Six Great Reasons To Choose An Above Ground Pool

5 June 2015
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Installing a swimming pool in the backyard is a great way to combine fitness with pleasure for family members of all ages. But even though the decision to install a pool is easy, choosing the best one for your needs is probably not. Pools are available in all sizes and price ranges, which can make the decision to choose the right one seem overwhelming. If you have decided to add a pool to your property but are having trouble choosing the one that best fits your needs, here are six great reasons why opting for an above ground swimming pool could be the best decision for your family. Read More 

Seven Luxury Options For Creating An Inground Swimming Pool Oasis

21 April 2015
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If you've decided to invest in a luxury inground swimming pool, you may be faced with several features. Once you've decided you want high-end features with all the bells and whistles, your pool purchasing contractor may offer suggestions to optimize your backyard oasis. Here are five options that will make your swimming pool a luxury retreat: 1. Salt Water Chlorination Think of a salt water system as a chlorine generator. This type of system will generate its own chlorine, freeing you from the chore of having to add this chemical to the water manually. Read More 

4 Home Spa Upgrades Ideal For Children With ADHD

7 April 2015
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Children with ADHD often need a lot of physical therapy and occupational therapy to help build muscles, relax their body, and function on a daily basis. Along with professional services, extra therapy at home can help a child mend their symptoms. One way to help a child relax and focus is with a home spa and hot tub. While shopping for Cal Spas and other varieties, there are a number of upgrades that you can invest in. Read More 

5 Must-Have Pool Upgrades For Families With Young Swimmers

20 March 2015
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Building a beautiful in-ground custom pool transforms a bare spot of your backyard into a summertime oasis for the entire family. Aside from the shape and finish for the walls, you also need to consider the extra features that mean the most to your kids. Installing safety and recreational equipment during initial construction costs less than making changes to the pool after years of use. Jets And Fountains From waterfalls to spouts that spray high into the air, water features really liven up the average backyard pool. Read More