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With summertime right around the corner, it is time to dig out that swimsuit from the back of your closet. Relaxing by the pool is a great way to keep cool and have fun for the entire family in this coming summer heat. To make the most out of your summer, it is also important to keep in mind and follow guidelines for pool safety. For beginning swimmers and those who cannot swim, especially children, taking proper swim lessons will really help to ensure their safety this summer. Here are a few reasons why taking swim lessons is so important.
Memorial Day is only a few short weeks away, and that can mean only one thing: backyard cookouts and pool parties. The only problem is that all of these parties seem to be the same, which is not the way you roll. You want your Memorial Day pool party to stand out and be talked about for years to come. Lucky for you, there are some easy ways to tweak the traditional Memorial Day bash to make it fun, fresh and memorable. Here are a few of Tampa Bay Pool’s absolute favorite Memorial Day pool party ideas to help transform your next holiday bash from bland to unforgettable.
People of all ages love taking advantage of a swimming pool on a hot Florida summer day. Ensuring the safety of all swimmers is the most important part of being a responsible pool owner—more so than maintaining a pool to keep up the resale value on your house, though that’s important as well. Even the most responsible pool owners and parents make some mistakes in regards to pool safety, and that’s okay. By educating yourself on the most common backyard pool safety mistakes, however, you can learn how to be a better pool owner. Here are some of the most common mistakes to avoid in order to improve the safety of your Tampa Bay swimming pool.
As a Tampa Bay homeowner, your family is likely already enjoying the backyard pool on weekends and evenings. Your children may already be counting down the days to summer break, when getting out of the pool during the day will be even harder than getting them up for school in the morning! However, you need to ask yourself: are they using the pool as safely as possible?