Things to Consider Before Installing a Hong Kong Pool

If you’re planning to install a swimming pool in your backyard, there are a number of important considerations before making your final decision. When working with professionals to build or repair swimming pools, selecting an experienced contractor with proven credentials will save you both money and time in the long run. Ideally, find someone offering warranties covering their construction process to guarantee they stand by their work should any issues arise later on.

Leisure and Cultural Services Department (LCSD) manages 44 public swimming pools throughout Hong Kong. There are 9 on Hong Kong Island, 13 in Kowloon and 22 in the New Territories – 9 on Hong Kong Island alone, 13 in Kowloon and 22 in New Territories combined. Adult admission costs HK$17 during weekdays and 19 on weekends/public holidays while children under the age of 3 enter for free! Their website provides more details on each pool such as opening dates/hours of operation of operation information.

Swimming can be an exciting and healthy way to get in a workout, but if you are unfamiliar with the rules of public pools it can also be hazardous. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) people should wear life jackets, use proper flotation devices, and practice basic water safety techniques prior to entering any pool. Some public pools even have designated sections for adults and kids so always check beforehand!

Due to an acute shortage of lifeguards, Hong Kong authorities are struggling to maintain an open pool environment this summer – creating anxiety among swimmers and the general public alike. Only 40 of 600 seasonal lifeguards have returned for work; leisure authorities acknowledge a full reopening of public beaches and pools is unlikely this year.

Contrary to traditional swimming pools, portable and easy-to-set up above ground pools are portable and quick to set up. Crafted with quality materials for assembly in 30 minutes with just two people. Durable yet protected with a five-year warranty guaranteeing quality performance; some even feature UV stabilized surfaces for enhanced sun protection.

There are a few rules you should abide by when visiting a pool, such as no running on the deck and no horseplay in the water. Food or drinks cannot be brought into the pool, and showering before entering will also be necessary. In addition, you will require a bathing suit, sunscreen and towel.

An outdoor pool can be an amazing addition to any home, but its expenses and upkeep may exceed expectations. Before purchasing one, do some research to make sure it’s the ideal match for both your lifestyle and budget; speaking to family and friends may provide insights. Also take into consideration how often it will be used and any costs related to installation, repair and ongoing maintenance expenses as you make your decision; the investment will more than pay for itself when enjoying a relaxing swim in your own private pool!