A friend recently shared with us the unfortunate experience they'd had with a vinyl pool, and it reminded us why we do what we do, and why we're so passionate about providing our families and friends with fiberglass pools. They truly are superior!
It's getting colder out there! Whether you're closing the pool until spring or are just trying to keep the leaves out, make sure you're keeping it maintained this fall and winter. Don't let your pool "fall" apart this season!
Alright, y’all. Here’s the deal. Summer has ended, which—trust us, we know—is incredibly depressing. Gone are the days of margaritas by the pool and where flip-flops are appropriate attire anyway. Also, gone are our tans. Goodbye, tans.
We’ll mourn the loss of all of it—ice cream cones, cook-outs, outdoor concerts—but the season change is not a bad thing. Fall is here, which means a whole new array of beautiful days and fun activities.
And for those of you who think you missed your chance to buy a pool this summer, think again. Because that’s when you want it must, the summer might seem like the best time to buy a pool. Au contraire.
Although the summer is a great time to buy a pool, it’s not necessarily the best. In fact, we would argue that the fall is the best time to buy a pool.