Baton Rouge, LA – June 27, 2018 – Lucas Firmin Pools, a custom pool builder in Baton Rouge, is currently being featured on HGTV.com. As a part of HGTV.com’s Outdoor Spaces section, a new gallery titled, “8 Refreshing Cocktail Pools for Small Outdoor Spaces”, a project built by Lucas Firmin Pools is highlighted. This gallery features different small pool designs from builders located across the United States.
Making upgrades around your home is fairly common. Kitchen renovations and other remodeling projects all provide an enhanced level of style, design, and technology. But what about renovating areas outside of your home? If you bought a home with a pool or built one several years ago, you may be interested in giving it a facelift.
Whether you have plans to build a pool with an attached spa, or are simply interested in a hot tub for your backyard, you’ll have a lot of different options. From style and design to configuration and components, there are a lot of decisions to be made about getting exactly what you have in mind. Much like shopping for a car, prioritizing your wants and needs will help you to determine what direction to go. Have a family or entertain often? You’ll want a larger spa. Do you have back or muscle pain? You’ll want to include a therapy jets. While these are only a few considerations, here is what goes into designing and building a high-end spa for your home.
We’ve all had to make the dreaded call to the cable company. You could be getting new service or something needs to be fixed, either way you get an inconvenient five hour window that holds you and your day hostage until the technician arrives. Furthermore, you don’t know who to expect, if you have a family at home this can be a discomforting thought as you allow someone into your home. While technology has allowed some of these inconveniences to improve, when it comes to your pool’s regular maintenance and service there is a whole new level of communication that gives you back your day and your peace of mind.
Topics: Pool Maintenance
It’s that time of the year where school is almost out for summer. But before that final bell rings, papers are thrown in the air, and excited kids exit the halls until fall, is your pool ready for a long, hot, busy summer? For the health and safety of your pool, and your guests an effective maintenance plan is necessary. If you have a new pool, are new to owning a pool, or just need a quick refresher on how to care for the water and equipment, you may want to consider enrolling in Pool School before class is dismissed.
Topics: Pool Maintenance