Swimming Pool Safety for Children and Pets

Safety is the most important thing when it comes to actually enjoying your swimming pool. You can never be too prepared and parents should not be fooled into thinking that their child, or someone else child, is safe just because she/he knows how to swim. In a lot of...

Coronavirus and Pools

As the world is currently suffering and many are at home due to COVID-19, it is hard to ignore what is happening. As a pool provider in the South Florida community for over 30 years, we recognize the need to be there for each other now more than ever. We thought it...

Hurricane Prep for Your Swimming Pool

Hurricane season is just around the corner and as a South Florida resident, there is nothing more important than being prepared. There are a lot of simple precautions that you can take in order to ensure that you and your family remain as safe as possible during this...

National Pool Safety Month

When it comes to anything, especially swimming, safety is the most important factor. May is National Water Safety Month and here we share some of our best practices when it comes to swimming and keeping your loved ones safe. First thing a homeowner can do is to create...

All You Need to Know About Pool Fences

Pool fences are primarily used for those homeowners that have children or pets as an extra safety parameter. Having these barriers between the water and children is a great place to start. Fences are an easy way to do so and Treasure Pools can include this right into...

Swimming Pool Safety Tips – Sun Exposure

Summer is here and it is hot! Along with our swimming safety tips, it is equally as important to share tips on helping with sun exposure. The Skin Cancer Foundation estimates that 80% of lifetime sun exposure occurs during childhood. Here we share some tips,...