Buying a family pool can be an expensive exercise but it can also save you money. Here are some of the ways that a family pool can save you big bucks.
The long summer holidays can be an expensive and tiring round of taking kids to various public pools and beaches if you don't have a family pool. Not only are entrance fees to public pools expensive, by the time you drive to any location you also need to factor in parking, petrol and the inevitable icy poles and cold drinks the kids will want once there. At home not only do you not need to head out and pay for entrance fees, you can also pay supermarket prices for snacks and drinks and get to relax in your own home (not the traffic) at the end of the day.
If your kids have summer birthdays there is nothing like a pool party to get the kids using up energy and keeping cool at home. You don't need to pay to head to an indoor playground when you can invite your child's friends over for a fun splash in your family pool and some ice cream cake.
This is also a great option for slightly older children who might be starting to out-grow playgrounds. Many parents of teens like the peace of mind that comes from regular weekend parties and hangouts happening in their own backyard and being able to keep an eye on what their kids are actually getting up to.
If you have a slightly longer pool you can always use the pool for fitness as well. A lap pool can allow you to get some cardio exercise and you can do some resistance exercises underwater to build strength and flexibility. Many people enjoy the ability to exercise in the water as there is less impact on the joints and you won't need to pay for a separate fitness membership if you already have a family pool in the back yard.
While the entire cost of running and building your new pool may not be justified by these savings on the other places that you spend money, the convenience and ease of a family pool. Family pools are a relatively affordable way to spend time together as a family, keeping active and having fun in your own home.
For more information, contact local pool contractors.Share