There’s no better way to beat the summertime heat and then purchasing an inflatable pool for your backyard.
Whether you decide to go with a small kiddie pool, one just a bit larger, or a full-blown pool that could fit several adults comfortably makes little difference with many factors to look out for. You’re going to find that there are a lot of different options out there on the market today, and you’ll need to make sure that you have selected the right one for your needs.
Obviously, everyone will be looking for different things in an inflatable pool for their backyard. However, you can streamline the process significantly just by paying attention to the details included below.
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The first (and probably the most obvious) detail that you are going to want to figure out is how large or small of an inflatable pool you’re looking for in the first place.
As mentioned above, some people are going to be able to get away with a tiny little kiddie pool for their little ones and maybe their pets, while others will want to use their new inflatable pool just like they would any other inground or above ground set up.
You’re going to find endless options, so you’ll want to narrow things down by size if you can.
How does it inflate?
Secondly, you’re going to want to really think about how this inflatable pool is going to get inflated.
Smaller sized pools aren’t going to be all that difficult to inflate with nothing more than your lungs, but larger pools – especially those that are rivaling “traditional” backyard pool setups – will require you to have an electric or manual pump on hand.
If speed is of the essence, you’re going to want to have an air compressor on hand, and we want to make sure that your inflatable pool can handle the rapidfire airflow one of these machines can produce. The last thing you want is to burst your pool before you even get a chance to fill it up and enjoy it – which can happen quite easily if you are absent-minded with your air compressor.
What is it made out of?
Finally, the construction material used for your inflatable pool is an absolutely essential detail to pay attention to. Most inexpensive inflatable pools out there are made up of synthetic plastic like materials, with a handful of them being slightly more expensive options being made out of rubber.
However, new synthetics and almost nylon like materials are being used to create stronger and bigger inflatable pools that hold their shape and can take a beating. These pools will definitely give you the best “bang for your buck”.
If you paid attention to all of the information above, you should have absolutely no trouble whatsoever getting your hands on the best inflatable pool just in time for a bit of summertime fun. Best of luck, and I hope you get the chance to beat the heat with one of these options!