Here is the eleventh story that the Localogy Co>Op Connect team has put together. Each week the topics will vary – this week it is covering Pools, Hot Tubs, Outdoor Patio Equipment brands, and more. They are meant to be a bit of a stress reliever or make you smile, while still calling out brands that offer co-op funding to their reseller network. Anything highlighted in bold below is a brand that offers co-op funding. You never know, one may stick in your head and help you make a fantastic sale!
JUST ADD WATER!
Water is highly underrated! You hear that you should drink 8 to 10 glasses per day to stay healthy, but do you? Almost all water activities are good for your health. If you are lucky enough to be standing on the shoreline of the Atlantic or Pacific, or any other big body of water, you can just feel your stress melt away.
If you have the opportunity, it would be great to create a “healthy oasis” in your yard. Do you have the room to have a Hayward, Radiant or DoughBoy pool installed? If so, this would be a great way for the whole family to have fun and stay healthy. Don’t forget the pool essentials: you will need Baquacil for daily chlorinating, a Pool Frog for the deep cleaning, and a Meyco Pool Cover to keep out bugs, leaves and the neighbor’s dog!
Maybe you would prefer alone time after the kids are put to sleep – what about a hot tub? Both Bullfrog and Hot Springs make a variety of seating combinations in their spas – you can find one that will work for you. Again, you will want to be sure you keep your spa clean and your skin healthy. Brilliance for Spas produces both chlorine and bromine products so that you can decide which works best for you. Want a little privacy for that hot tub, no problem. Sunscape Retractable Awnings may give you just enough privacy so that the kids are not watching you (when they should be sleeping), from their upstairs window!
If you have enough room for a patio, you can add in a Weber grill, a beautiful firepit, and some amazing furniture from The Outdoor GreatRoom Company.
But a word of caution – if you make it too nice you may never get to use any of it. You may have every neighbor and family member from miles around coming to enjoy “your private island”! Be sure that if you allow guests, they at least contribute some food and beverages, or you will be shopping and cooking instead of relaxing each weekend!
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