Monday, 30 November 2015
It is well known that bodily functions gradually wane with age. Did you know, however, that this decline can be aggravated by inactivity?
Wednesday, 25 November 2015
Swimming pools provide a fun way to exercise and relax in the comfort of one’s backyard. If you want your pool to have a new lease on life or are planning a general renovation of your home, you may want to upgrade to a better option. The best way to do this is to install a fibreglass pool. Renovation Basics Thinking of renovating your backyard or upgrading your old pool? Perth’s hot summers provide a great reason to upgrade your backyard to include a swimming pool to cool off from the summer heat. Whether you are looking to bring your existing pool up to par with modern standards, install a larger pool to accommodate your growing family or simply want to install a new pool in your back or front yard you will need to carefully consider a few factors.
Tuesday, 24 November 2015
Swimming pools are a great addition to any home. If your house has the space for it, installing a pool can provide a host of benefits to you and your family. With Australia’s warm weather, swimming pools can be used all year round and can quickly provide a return on investment. Here’s a brief rundown on the benefits they provide. The Benefits of Swimming Pools Swimming is a fairly low-impact exercise that pushes your entire body to its limits. Low-impact means no undue stress is placed on your joints. With swimming, you only have to worry about aching muscles, especially in the arms, legs, back, and shoulders. Swimming also improves your cardiovascular system and your stamina.
Monday, 23 November 2015
When installing a pool, you have two main options to choose from: in-ground and above-ground. In areas like Perth, Western Australia, opting for in-ground pools is likely the best choice, with mostly sandy soils making excavation relatively easy and summer temperatures averaging 31 degrees Celsius with winters a mild 18 degrees Celsius. In-ground pool construction methods such as fibreglass are very economical, extremely strong and resilient and quick to install making them a very popular choice. Here are some other reasons why you should be installing an in-ground pool in your home.
Sunday, 22 November 2015
A pool in the average home’s backyard is perhaps one of the most apparent signs of Australians’ love for the outdoors. The trouble is that having limited space puts some people off from pool installation. Yet in the suburbs of Perth, many homeowners do not see space as a hindrance and make it a point to install plunge pools no matter how small their backyards are. Building a plunge pool, or any pool for that matter, involves various technical considerations, however. When it comes to pool installation in tight spaces, keeping things simple is the way to go.
Saturday, 21 November 2015
Who wouldn’t want to plunge into a pool steps away from one’s house on tranquil afternoons? Lying afloat with a great book in hand, or chilling on weekends with family and friends, can make a pool worth every dollar spent. On the flip side, though, there may come a time when owners no longer find their pools useful, such as when their young children have grown up and moved out of their family home. Fortunately, those who opt for fiberglass pools, which are very strong and durable and designed to last longer than many other types of pools, can turn to professional removal and transfer services from contractors in the Perth area such as Palm City Pools. Homeowners can then repurpose their lots as they see fit.
Thursday, 19 November 2015
If you plan on installing a swimming pool in your backyard here in Perth, know that there are several factors that can affect its longevity and installation cost. Learning about them can help ensure that your pool lasts for as long you need it. Chief among these factors is the condition of the soil in which your pool will be installed. Water Pooling and Soil Condition Underground water pooling has a direct effect on the stability of your pool. Essentially, a pool is comparable to a huge container that can be displaced if a substantial amount of water accumulates beneath it. This usually occurs when the pool is drained and there is no counterweight from the underground water. Soil that is expansive i.e. shrinks or swells dramatically depending on moisture levels, can place undue pressure on swimming pool walls.