Aside from considering the pool’s shape, one must decide on which type of material will best suit your lifestyle, budget, and needs. Each one has special pros and cons that need to be weighed before a decision is made. Glass Tile Store’s newest helpful infographic examines this topic in more detail.
Swimming and other water sports are popular in the United States. Not only does swimming provide a fun, recreational activity–it’s also a great form of exercise. Unfortunately, being near the water can also be deadly. Drowning is the fifth leading cause of accidental death. If you’re going to go near the water, be sure to observe proper safety precautions.
Would you believe the first swimming pool was build in the 3rd century BCE? Or that the first swimming pool aboard a cruise ship was built in 1912? Just in time for swimming season, Hohne Pools has created an infographic on “The History of Swimming Pools.”
When most think of their public pool, they think of kids splashing around and adults swimming laps. Yet, reports show that nearly half of Americans admit to contributing to an unhealthy pool, and even more are unaware of the dangers that can result. HomeInsurance.org shows us the dangers that may be lurking in your public pool in the following infographic.