Electricity and water shouldn’t be mixed together they say. They’d be right in the most commonly thought of conditions. You’re hardly going to be sitting in front of your tv in the middle of the pool, of course. However, with technology being what it is, there are quite a few things that people can add to their pools that mix the 2 in a safe and enjoyable way.
Buying solar powered charging lamps are a great way to save energy by lighting your pool at night. The battery on these tends to last between just 2 short hours all the way up to lasting an entire night. This depends on the size and quality of the battery. Typically you’ll be spending more if the battery can last longer. Still, you can get some nice ones for a decent price if you shop around. There are even some of these that can float around inside of the pool. Very cool stuff.
Solar Balls That are Inflatable and Change Color
Everyone grabs some inflatable balls for their pools, but why not try getting some that change their colors and are powered by the sun? There are some out there that will cycle through different kinds of colors to add a unique spin to your pool parties. Why bother getting the everyday beach ball when you can get one that’s going to change colors and still be fun to toss around?
Solar Swimming Pool Alarm
You can safely guard your swimming pool with a solar powered alarm system. They charge up the battery when the sun is out, obviously, and then they will be able to last all night long. They can keep out any unwanted guests and let you know if any of the kids are trying to sneak in for a secret, and potentially dangerous, swim.
While you certainly shouldn’t wade out into the middle of the pool with your laptop in hand, there are still some things that can enrich your pool. Regardless of what you’re looking for from this sort of thing, pool additions that are solar powered are becoming more and more popular as time goes on. What do you have your eye on?
If you need help caring for your pool, Aquaman Pools is here for you. Call us at (480) 243-7665 if you’re in the Scottsdale area or (602) 424-5700 if you’re closer to Phoenix. Either way, we’re here to help.