Whoa. What happened? Suddenly, the kids are in school and it's a balmy 97 degrees out there. Could it be...is that...fall I see?!?
Kick Off Fall with a Labor Day Weekend Blowout!
Next weekend is Labor Day, and what better way to say a bittersweet goodbye to summer and a reluctant hello to autumn than with one last killer pool party?! Take advantage of the warm North Texas weather and spend the weekend with your friends and family soaking up the sun from your awesome NSP pool. Not sure what to serve your guests? Check out these tasty ideas from Bon Appétit for some inspiration. Peaches, tomatoes, zukes and cukes...mmmmm, I will miss you, summer.
The Boy Scouts sure are right about that one. Preparation really makes everything run a bit more smoothly, and closing down your pool for the season is no exception. Even though summer in North Texas can last until October, End of Summer sales do not, so it's a great idea to stock up now! Leslie's Pool Supply is currently having a fab EoS sale, and there's no better time to get all the maintenance chemicals you'll need going into fall and winter, as well as some fresh toys for next year. Just make sure you store your new toys correctly, as well as your old toys, so that they aren't damaged or degraded in any way by the unpredictable North Texas winter.
Don't Fret- Summer's Not Quite Gone Yet
As we all know, summer in DFW doesn't really end on Labor Day, like it does elsewhere. Temps in the 90s last long into September, and you can still use your pool almost until Halloween. In fact, this might be the best part of summer- with the kids at school all day, you have that sweet pool all to yourself! Nude sunbathing, anyone? It's cool, we don't judge. Just remember your sunscreen! LOL
If all of this sounds fantastic, but you don't have a pool of your own, give us a call. We service North Texas, including, but not limited to, Allen, McKinney, Plano, Richardson, Frisco, Lucas, Fairview, Prosper, Dallas, and more!
Oh, and here's a recipe for homemade ice cream sandwiches. You're welcome. Happy (early) Labor Day!