Working with a Smaller Space

Four Medical Conditions That Can Be Relieved By Hot Tubs

Enjoying a hot tub is often seen as a solely recreational activity, being good for relaxing after a long day's work but not much else. What many people do not know, however, is that hot tubs also offer several health benefits that can relieve the symptoms and even slow down the progress of certain medical conditions. If you suffer from health issues and are still debating whether or not a hot tub is worth the cost and maintenance, consider the potential benefits it could have for both your physical and mental well-being. Read More 

Water Fun: 5 Signs Your Kids May Have Had Too Much

It's summer. Time to head to the water park for some fun in the sun. Water parks are a great way for your kids to cool down during those hot summer days. If you're not properly prepared, your kids can have too much fun. Unfortunately, that can lead to disastrous consequences. Take a look at the five situations you should keep an eye out for. Too Hot Kids love to play in the water. Read More 

Three Tips To Help You Deal With Liner Damage And Leaking Plumbing Connections

If your pool is loosing water, the problem can be with the liner or plumbing connections. It can also just be evaporation due to hot summer days. It can be difficult to find the source of leaks in your pool but you can use something like a bucket to test if it is a leak or evaporation. If it is the liner, there are patches that can be installed with water in the pool. Read More 

4 Swimming Pool Maintenance Mistakes That Are Made Too Often

As a homeowner with a swimming pool, you must know that it comes with a large responsibility, especially if you want to ensure that your swimming pool can continue to be used without causing a number of health issues from lack of swimming pool care. If the swimming pool water is not well maintained, it can lead to algae growth and a number of other problems. Here are four swimming pool mistakes that are often made that can lead to issues you should be avoiding: Read More 

How To Find A Swimming Pool Leak

If you have an inground swimming pool, it should only need routine maintenance and minor repairs over an extended period of time. However, if you find that you have to add water to it on a regular basis, you are probably dealing with a leak. The most difficult part of a swimming pool leak is finding out where it is coming from. These tips will help you to find that leak so you can get it fixed. Read More 

About Me

Working with a Smaller Space

Growing up, I lived on an almost 100 acre property. Needless to say, I had room to roam. However, when I married my husband about 10 years ago, I moved into a subdivision. We are blessed to own more acreage than many of our neighbors, but it never feels like enough. This is a common situation for many homeowners. They don’t feel like they can own the perfect pool due to a smaller outdoor space. However, in recent years, pool manufacturers have made strides in this area. On this blog, you will learn how to order a custom pool that will fit a smaller outdoor area. Enjoy your new summer outdoor escape!


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