May 26, 2020

Is Your Beach Entry Pool Ready for the Summer Crowd?

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Summer is fast approaching, and it’s time to get your beach entry pool ready for the bustling crowd. Opening your beach entry pool after a long winter hibernation can be quite the challenge, but the reward of seeing the happy smiles on your customers’ faces is worth it, especially after the difficult times we have already faced this year. 

As a successful business owner, we trust you have your summer opening procedures down pat. We’re just here to provide you with some tips that could make this summer an even more enjoyable experience for your customers. Whether you own a commercial pool or manage a pool property, proper preparation is key to a successful summer pool opening.

Safety and Cleanliness

Start by ensuring that your pool is well-maintained and follows the necessary safety measures. Have lifeguards on duty to keep a watchful eye on swimmers and enforce pool rules. Clear “no running” signs should be prominently displayed to prevent accidents and injuries.

Investing in safety equipment such as life jackets and first aid kits is crucial in protecting the health and well-being of your customers. Regular pool maintenance is also vital to provide a clean and enjoyable pool experience. Regularly check the water quality to ensure it meets safety standards.

Additionally, pay attention to the cleanliness of poolside amenities such as lawn chairs and pool tables, as they contribute to customer satisfaction. When planning and designing a beach entry pool, there are several key factors to consider including pool coatings and finishes, especially slip-resistant options, to ensure the safety and attractiveness of your beach entry pool. It is crucial to choose pool finishes specifically designed for beach entry pools to ensure durability and slip-resistance.

Complying with safety regulations for pool finishes is another critical consideration. Depth markers and color contrasting requirements should be adhered to in order to promote swimmer safety. 

We hope that with these tips, your summer pool opening goes as smoothly as possible!