A swimming pool represents a major investment, so it makes perfect sense to enjoy the benefits of it whenever you want.
At the ending of the pool season you may be saddened by the prospect of closing your pool for the winter, you may be wishing that your pool could stay open for longer. And while it might be a little too late for this season, you should take this time to reflect on why a heated pool is the best solution to this problem.
The sun alone usually can’t keep your pool water at the comfortable minimum of the recommended 26 degrees C, but by having a heater to warm your water you can add substantially to the daily use of your pool.
Whether you want to swim lengths, play with the children or simply float around on an inflatable bed. With a heated pool from Swim365 you can do so all year round.
A heated pool will add to your home’s value. Potential buyers will see the ability to swim year-round as a huge benefit. For those who are looking for a home with a pool, a heated one is going to attract them immediately.
Most will be willing to pay a little over budget just because they won’t have to make the upgrade themselves. In such a competitive housing sales market, this can really give you a good edge.
With an energy efficient heater supplied, fitted and guaranteed by Swim 365, they will also know that the running costs will be minimal.
Swimming is one of the best low-impact exercises in which anyone can do. You are able to benefit from a high-quality cardiovascular workout while minimizing stress on your joints.
Cardiovascular exercise gets your heart rate up, and your lungs get a workout too. It's the type of exercise that burns the most calories and should be carried out for at least 30 minutes several times a week for maximum benefits to your heart, lungs and circulation, as recommended by the World Health Organization.
Additionally, low-impact exercises are a comfortable way for pregnant and overweight individuals to get a workout.
A study conducted in Taiwan in 2009 found that unlike other forms of cardiovascular exercise, swimming is unlikely to provoke asthma attacks. The study found that the children who participated gained additional benefits that complemented their increased fitness, such as increased confidence and increased lung volume.