Limited Time  FREE Upgrades with Radiant Pool Purchase

Limited Time   Hot Tub Financing: Luxury Spas Starting at $59.90/mo

Limited Time  Your Own Private Sauna at Home, Starting at $72/month

(402) 488-0148 Close My Pool Menu

Lifestyle blogs for your backyard living.

Benefits of Having a Swimming Pool at Home

Benefits of Having a Swimming Pool at Home

January 18, 2015 • 3 Minute Read

Convenience. Exercise. Fun. Increased home value. These are just a few of the many perks that anyone with a home pool would be able to rattle off if asked, “what’s so great about having a pool at home?” However, if you need a bit more convincing, here are a....

Read More

Dry Sauna vs Wet Sauna: What’s the Difference?

Dry Sauna vs Wet Sauna: What’s the Difference?

January 04, 2015 • 3 Minute Read

Have you been considering building a sauna in your home? If so, there are a few items to take into consideration before beginning. Aside from where you’re going to build it, you’ll also need to decide what type of sauna you’d like to install – specifically, a wet....

Read More

Location, Location, Location!

Location, Location, Location!

December 08, 2014 • 3 Minute Read

Thinking about purchasing a hot tub? That’s great! However, there’s a few things to keep in mind as you go through the process – after all, it’s a BIG investment and you want to make sure you’re placing it in a prime location to ensure maximum use....

Read More

Warm Up In The Fall - Part 2

Warm Up In The Fall - Part 2

November 09, 2014 • 3 Minute Read

In the first part of this series, we provided you with three of our top six reasons why hot tubs are SO beneficial in the fall and winter months. So, to round things out, here are the final three! Relieves Sore/Tender Muscles – Who hasn’t gotten a little sore....

Read More

Warm Up In The Fall - Part 1

Warm Up In The Fall - Part 1

November 05, 2014 • 3 Minute Read

In case you hadn’t noticed, fall is here! And, with it comes all things autumnal – beautiful scenery, fun holidays and, of course, cooler weather. For those of you not interested in taking a personal polar plunge in your backyard pool, take heart – warmer waters of a hot tub could....

Read More

Swimming Pool Envy

Swimming Pool Envy

October 22, 2014 • 3 Minute Read

We know, we know, we know…it’s time to be closing up pools for the winter, so why the heck are we showing (some might say “taunting”) you photos of beautiful, new, state of the art pools and hot tubs. The short answer is: because we can. But, also....

Read More

Should I Raise the Chlorine Level in My Pool for Winter?

Should I Raise the Chlorine Level in My Pool for Winter?

September 25, 2014 • 3 Minute Read

In short: NO. Unfortunately, most pool owners think that “mega dosing” their pool before closing it is the ideal way to slow algae growth AND will allow for a head start when preparing to open their pool the following spring. However, “mega-dosing” can be very harmful to your pool liner....

Read More

Take Cover: How Best to Protect Your Pool

Take Cover: How Best to Protect Your Pool

September 12, 2014 • 3 Minute Read

Not all swimming pool covers are created equal! There are several different types of pool covers, but the main goal of any cover is to help keep your pool safe and clean. It’s a wise investment for any pool owner and can limit the amount of money you spend....

Read More

Choosing the Best Chlorine Type for Your Pool

Choosing the Best Chlorine Type for Your Pool

August 29, 2014 • 3 Minute Read

Chances are that you’ve been to a pool where you could barely stand to stay in the water because it made your eyes sting or the smell of the chlorine was just too overwhelming. This problem happens when pool owners don’t properly maintain chlorine levels. In order to....

Read More

Top 5 Reasons to Install an Above Ground Pool

Top 5 Reasons to Install an Above Ground Pool

August 10, 2014 • 3 Minute Read

If you are considering installing a pool in your backyard, your first thought may be to go with an in-ground pool. While this type of pool is certainly a good investment, you may not have the budget or space for it. There is another option— an above ground pool. People....

Read More

Cabin Fever Symptoms? Blame it on Frigid Winter, Late Spring and Delayed Opportunity to Swim in the Pool

Cabin Fever Symptoms? Blame it on Frigid Winter, Late Spring and Delayed Opportunity to Swim in the Pool

July 03, 2014 • 3 Minute Read

We came across this article recently and thought we should share! Annual Pool Survey Find Americans Anxious to Shake Off Winter Blues and Dive In WASHINGTON, D.C. – One in three Americans – and over half of Americans in the Northeast and Midwest regions – said the long, brutal winter of 2014 caused....

Read More

Swimming: An Activity for All Ages

Swimming: An Activity for All Ages

June 18, 2014 • 3 Minute Read

As a low-impact exercise, swimming can easily be performed by most everyone. Children, adults and the elderly can all reap the benefits of swimming. Children benefit from the physical activity provided by swimming for growth and development. Additionally, USA Swimming reports there is less injury risk associated with children who....

Read More