Winter can be one of the most enjoyable times to be a hot tub owner. There is something particularly refreshing about enjoying the warm water while the air outside is brisk and cold. It's important to remember, though, that your hot tub needs a bit of extra care during the cold season. The following tips can help.
Tip #1: Invest in a good insulated cover
Heat loss results in energy loss, which puts more strain on the hot tub as it tries to keep the water warm in cold conditions.
If you would like to turn your backyard into an oasis there are many things you can do. Two of these things is to install a pool and a hot tub. This allows your family to have a nice, cool place to enjoy when the weather is hot and gives you a place to relax in your hot tub. Below is some information about each of these so you can decide if you would like to put them in your backyard oasis.
When you install an above-ground pool, you may not think a liner is necessary, but it prevents water from leaking, and they make the pool last longer. You can choose from two kinds of beaded pool liners: the traditional liner and "V' liner. The traditional liner installs on a track and the "V" snaps on the pool edge with inserted tubes. You should be able to install either of these by following these tips.
Designing a custom swimming pool lets you create a truly unique pool that has everything you want. In order to design the perfect custom swimming pool, you have to know what features can be incorporated into pools. If you're designing a swimming pool, here are some features you might want to include.
A Tanning Ledge
A tanning ledge, or baja shelf, is a large shallow area that's used for relaxing. They vary in depth from just a few inches to over 1 foot.
Is there anything better than spending a summer evening outside? This is made even more enjoyable when you have a fire pit or chimenea in your yard. Before you fire one up, make sure that you know how to keep it safe.
Position your fire pit thoughtfully. Make sure that you ground your fire pit on a level surface, and never put it on a deck or on grass. Keep it at least ten-feet away from overhanging trees, plants, and buildings- especially your home!