Labor Day 2021 is now just a memory. Autumn is here. For most people, it’s the unofficial end of the summer season and the return to school.
But Labor Day is so much more than just a day off of work. It’s a holiday intended to celebrate the workers who keep our economy going. Over the last few years, we’ve come to appreciate these essential workers more than ever.
When the rest of us take a day off, stay home, or self-isolate, these workers are the ones who still show up every day to make sure we are safe and cared for, providing access to food, medical care, and other essentials of daily life.
For our company, Labor Day weekend is often one of the busiest of the year, as we all try to enjoy some last-minute sunshine and pool time. That means Hastings Water Works lifeguards and technicians are on the job, providing safety and peace of mind for our clients and their families. But our work doesn’t end when the weekend does. Autumn is a busy season.
Many residential pools and commercial facilities need to have a variety of services and repairs performed in the off-season. Many indoor commercial pools continue to operate throughout the winter and require lifeguards and service year-round.
As the season winds up, be sure to get in touch to schedule your pool closing and preventative winter maintenance services. Call 1-440-832-7700 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Projects to Consider After Closing Your Pool
Believe it or not, summer is drawing to an end. Autumn will arrive more quickly than any of us want. Some trees are already tarnishing our summer enjoyment as leaves begin to yellow. Closing your pool is already on the horizon if it’s not already done! With the change in season, we are already scheduling projects for this winter after closing your pool. Now is the time to start thinking about what you need to do to protect your investment.