Time for Drain & Refill - November 02, 2016
Spokane has never seen this much rain! The weather systems brought more than 6 inches of rain to the Spokane area and since November has brought in drier conditions, now may be the perfect time to do a drain and refill. For the next few days the weather is predicted to have low chances of precipitation and temperatures in the mid 50’s.
Luckily, our area does has seen colder days but it’s still above freezing during the day! Yes, it’s a little chilly outside but just think about the clean, warm soothing water. Plus if you do it now, you may be able to last till spring to do the next refill!
Stocking up water care supplies and preparing the hot tub right now will take one thing off of your to do list before the chaos of the holiday season of Thanks Giving and Chrismas is here! And remember, Pool World offers a water lab to assist you with your hot tub water chemistry.
Please visit any of our stores to find out more about a specific hot tub or bring in your water sample to be tested! Or visit our Residential Hot Tubs page!
New Delivery! - November 01, 2016
New Hot Spring Hot Tub Delivery!
This beautiful 2016 Hot Spring Grandee Hot Tub from the Highlife Collection was recently delivered overlooking the Pend Oreille River. The Grandee hot tub is perfect for 7 adults to relax comfortably while enjoying the state-of-the-art jets, two-speed jet pumps and two seats featuring moto-massage dx jets. Enjoy the 43 customizable jets and the 500 gallons of warm swirling water. This hot tub is perfect for a couple or the whole family! This family will be making memories in and around the water for years to come.
If you are interested in a hot tub, please visit our Residential Hot Tubs page.
Halloween Safety Tips - October 28, 2016
Halloween is Monday! It’s an evening filled with ghouls, witches, super heroes and princesses. Every Halloween has terrifying statistics that children and adults are more than twice as likely to be hit by a car and killed. A large factor in this is due to the dark clothing, masks and the increased amount of pedestrians walking from house to house. Since the probability of being injured is more than doubled, here are a few recommendations on having a safe, fun filled night!
- Make sure costumes fit properly and will not be a tripping hazard.
- Ensure that all accessories or props with costumes are dull and cannot puncture; they should be short, soft and flexible. Any toy guns, swords or weapons should be left at home.
- Choose face paint and make up over a mask. This will allow children and adults to have unobstructed vision.
- Supervise of children under the age of 12 while trick-or-treating, older children should stay in groups and should have an established curfew. They should be expected to stick to a route.
- Remind your children to trick-or-treat only well-lit houses with front doors that may be viewed from the street. This includes instructing the kids never to enter any home.
- Inspect all candy before allowing children to eat it. Avoid handmade treats.
If you are partaking in Halloween adult events and bubbly concoctions, please remember to designate a driver or call a cab. Monday with the increased foot traffic, it’s not worth the risk.
For all of you adults, who will be adventuring out with your goblins and ghouls, just remember at the end of the night you will have your warm and ready hot tub to climb into after the trick-or-treating is over. Climb in, relax and warm up!