You still have weeks of enjoyment left with your pool, but the truth is, there will be signs of fall on the radar before we know it: crisp, cool mornings, days where it’s too cold to swim, that first leaf wafting into the water…

We know; we get the blues too. 

But this is a great time of year to start thinking about how to protect your investment so that next year, your pool is ready for another season of fun. 

A vinyl replacement liner can be a wise investment to prolong the longevity of your pool; however, one of the investments we believe is most important – not only for the life of your pool but for safety as well – is a winter mesh safety cover.

It’s a Good Time to Schedule Pool Maintenance

We have been busy working to repair and replace residential mesh safety covers for the last few months. There is still time to either have yours repaired or to invest in a new cover. Mesh covers provide essential winter protection, offering the best combination of protection for your pool and safety for your children, pets, and creatures who may accidentally wander onto your pool deck.

Give us a call if you need to consult with one of our service managers. In the meantime, don’t let those winter blues sneak up on you too quickly. Enjoy the rest of your summer!

A Pool Cover Offers Essential Winter Protection

I know it’s hard to think about winter during the lazy days of summer, but Hastings Water Works is already booking repairs, replacements, and closing services for clients, so it’s not too early to at least get the date you want on the books. Preparing your pool for the winter months is not as simple as tossing a cover over your pool, but a pool cover is definitely the place to start. Get in touch today to learn more about what we can do to help you repair or replace your cover, which covers we recommend, and how to schedule pool maintenance services.


If you’re interested in applying for a lifeguard position with Hastings Water Works – or know someone who is – applications are open.

Hastings Water Works has plenty of weekend shifts available thru the end of September, as well as indoor shifts after Labor Day.

As a lifeguard, you can make as much as $15/hour if you work 60 hours over a two-week pay period. Can’t work that many hours? Work for your normal pay rate and still get an additional $2/hour for every hour worked – regardless of how many hours in any pay period.

All lifeguard applicants will receive FREE certification through Labor Day.