What is the ONE thing that should use a blanket in the middle of summer?
by Danielle Hardgrave on July 5th, 2016

man sitting beside swimming pool
​I don't know about you, but our summer has not started off with a bang here. Though it's sunny most days for at least an hour or two, there's been just enough rain and wind to make it impossible to decide on an appropriate outfit before leaving the house.

You can leave in a t-shirt and shorts if you're feeling brave, but in a couple of hours you'll likely end up shivering. Likewise, jeans and a sweater is fine until you go outside during one of the sunny breaks and end up baking.

Summer should not be this complicated. The only temperature anyone should have to put this much thought into regulating in the summer is their pool's.

If your summer has started out as pitifully as mine, you're probably having trouble getting your pool's temperature up to a good, swimmable level. Luckily it's easier to keep your pool a comfortable temperature than it is to keep you a comfortable temperature. By using a liquid pool cover, such as Heatsavr, you can expect to save up to 50% of your pool's overnight heat loss, and up to 35% of its heating bill. If your pool is unheated, Heatsavr will help seal in each degree of warmth added by the sun's rays, thus steadily bringing up the temperature each day.

If you're having great summer weather already, you'll still see great results with Heatsavr, saving both water and heat loss. And I envy you. The only thing that should be sporting a blanket this time of year is your pool.

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