Are you wondering what you should give your Pool Owner friend for Christmas? We’ve made a post for you. Here are 9 gifts to give to your friend who owns a pool this Christmas. I bet you they will appreciate it. And you are definitely securing an invite to all their pool parties in 2019.
1. Pay for Pool Cleaning Services
Even the most hands-on pool owner may want a break from the cleaning and chemical checking. Talk to us about paying for a pool service , pool cleaning for your loved one! Give them a week off of the regular cleaning and scrubbing and filter checking this holiday season.
2. Pool Floats
A simple Google search will wield a ton of interesting pool floats! There are some simple floats made from high-quality material, novelty ones shaped like pizza or other unusual shapes and colors, and there are even unsinkable ones! You can also find ones for two or more people as well as child and pet-friendly floats.
3. Games and Toys
From floating houses and riders to basketball hoops and volleyball nets you can find cool games and toys for any pool owner.
4. Entertaining guests
Some of the coolest pool accessories you could gift are the ones that will make party hosting so fun. You can find floating coolers, snack trays, speakers, and other accessories to help keep the fun going. You may even be able to find floating tables with umbrellas and card tables with waterproof cards!
You can find light shows and fun colored lights for nearly any pool style to take any post-sunset pool party to the next level!
6. New cleaning equipment
As the years go by, cleaning tools haven’t changed a lot, but new brushes and nets or a replacement for the 10-year-old pool vacuum may go over very well—especially if you can find something that’s a little fancier than the old equipment they had.
7. Pool Side
From poolside tables and chairs to new serving trays to carry out snacks and refreshments, to a new umbrella for the pool-side table, anything that surrounds the pool can stand to be replaced or improved upon! Especially after years of being close to water (and probably splashed by children or grandchildren) and years in the summer sun.
If you can afford a slightly more expensive gift, consider a new pool cover for your loved one. Improper storage of even the best pool cover can cause damage, so if you notice something wrong with their existing cover, a new one may make the perfect gift.
9. Towels, suits, and more
Any swimming accessories could make great gifts and stocking stuffers. From new goggles to plush beach towels, you can never have too much swimming gear. The same goes for water wings for children or life vests for pets.