Fire is mesmerizing; for some it brings them inner peace and tranquility. Water has a similar effect—especially the sound of moving water—as it creates a serene, relaxing environment. Therefore, builders who have the ability to combine these features on a pool project will be able to heighten the client’s attraction to their new outdoor oasis and, as a result, get more enjoyment out of their backyard.
There is always money to be made anytime a pool contractor enters a backyard—whether opening/closing a pool, starting a new project, or taking on a renovation. One of the best ways to do this is to offer products that do not shutdown the pool for a prolonged period, but rather can be easily added in a few hours or even one day.
Why settle for a run-of-the mill pool experience? There are so many options out there that can help set your backyard apart from the rest. If your budget allows, then consider adding a bit more flair to create the oasis of your dreams. (Note that not all of these features are available for all material types—consult your pool builder for more information.)
There are many factors to consider when working with customers to determine the best lighting system for a pool or spa/hot tub. One of the most important is educating consumers on the three main types of lights available: halogen, fibre-optic, and light-emitting diode (LED). The most common pool light is a…
Today’s pool accessories give builders new design opportunities in the backyard—whether for installations or on renovation projects. In fact, the latter continues to provide key profit-making projects for builders and, in response, manufacturers are providing more accessory products to decorate in and around the pool.
Providing homeowners with a beautiful outdoor space is the ultimate goal of pool and spa professionals. Many design elements come together to create a backyard utopia and one often overlooked component is lighting. Without a doubt, when it comes to backyard entertaining, outdoor lighting is…
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