How To Warm Water In A Kiddie Pool? [Updated!]

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A few years ago, we were lucky enough to be sent a deluxe version of a popular children’s book, “How to Warm Water in a Kiddie Pool”. Believe it or not, the book actually offers some tried and tested tips on how to heat up your pool for kids. The idea behind the book is that kids grow out of wet bathing suits really fast and you’ll find yourself struggling to get them in and out of the pool in time for summer holidays. So if you’re looking to get into the habit of having a warm pool at home, read on for some top tips on how to do just that.

Put It In The Sun

In our experience, most heat is lost from outdoor pools due to poor insulation and shoddy design. This means that if you don’t want to waste energy heating the pool up in the first place, you’ll have to upgrade your outdoor equipment. Luckily, this is one area where you can find some amazing bargains if you know where to look. We were fortunate enough to obtain a 20% discount on this important item of pool equipment when we purchased our current pool. This means we paid £159 for the privilege of keeping our pool at the right temperature all summer long. So if you ever feel like your pool’s not heating up fast enough, consider investing in a pool heater.

Get An Extralarge Pool

The key to keeping your pool at the correct temperature is to ensure there’s plenty of space for the water to expand into. This is why most outdoor pools are built with an extra large pool area. If possible, you should look for a pool with an acreage of at least 10 by 10. Extralarge pools are great for families as they make it easier to cool off after swimming and they provide more options for spending time outdoors. If this sounds like something your heart desires, be sure to check out the Extralarge Pools section of our website for some great tips and information on how to buy the right pool for your needs.

Fully Equip It

The last thing you want to do is run around after your kids like a mad rabbit during the hottest part of the day. So make sure you’ve fully equipped your pool area with the appropriate gear. This means installing a seat with a back rest and a table and chairs for eating lunch or having afternoon tea by the pool. If possible, you should also consider investing in a swim ladder so that you can easily get into the water. Remember, however, that these are safety devices and should only be used under close supervision. We also recommend the purchase of a hydrotherapy jet. These are great for easing stress and tension and for promoting relaxation. So if you think your pool area could use some TLC, consider investing in one of these popular items.

There are lots more where this came from. If you found this article valuable, check out the whole guide and start your journey to a healthier and happier life with a pool at your disposal.

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