What's your PERFECT pool temp? What's the minimum for you to jump in?

PointeTaken

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Aug 28, 2019
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Hoover, AL
Pool Size
12000
Surface
Fiberglass
Chlorine
Salt Water Generator
SWG Type
Hayward Turbo Cell (T-CELL-5)
Perfect for me is around 78 degrees. I'll jump into low-70's water if the sun is out and the ambient temp is at least 80. What about you?

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an1vrsy

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Jul 10, 2018
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Las Vegas, NV
Pool Size
25000
Surface
Plaster
Chlorine
Salt Water Generator
SWG Type
Pentair Intellichlor IC-60
Pool build started Sept 22, finally finished and we fill March 1st. I waited 30 days and went in on Sunday April 4th. The water was 65 degrees. I did it. Teeth chattering.

I went in last Sunday, too. It was up to 72 degrees which wasn’t bad, teeth chattering.

To answer your question... 85/78
 

markayash

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Mar 21, 2016
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Atlanta Ga
Are we suppose to swim in the swimming pool? To be honest I have owned a pool for 26 years and rarely get in. I just enjoy sitting by it and watching the kids have fun.
Except kids are grown and debating selling it :)
 

markayash

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Mar 21, 2016
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If it makes you happy *and* doesn't bother/hurt anybody else.........

Well, what more is there ? :)
Realtor friend told us because we walk out the backdoor unto the pool deck our house would most likely sell above asking price and in a week. Problem is if we stay in the area we would have to pay a lot even for a smaller home.
Crazy market, was told a lot of folks are leaving high price locations like California and NY so what seems expensive to us is a bargain to them :)
 

PoolGate

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Jun 7, 2017
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Damascus, MD
Pool Size
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Jandy Aquapure 1400
Realtor friend told us because we walk out the backdoor unto the pool deck our house would most likely sell above asking price and in a week. Problem is if we stay in the area we would have to pay a lot even for a smaller home.
Crazy market, was told a lot of folks are leaving high price locations like California and NY so what seems expensive to us is a bargain to them :)

Yeah and once they move into cheaper areas, those areas will also increase and drive out the current residents. It is a viscous cycle. We'd love to sell now I could get near double what I paid for my house. But we have to live somewhere! I am almost tempted to rent for a while.
 

markayash

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Yeah and once they move into cheaper areas, those areas will also increase and drive out the current residents. It is a viscous cycle. We'd love to sell now I could get near double what I paid for my house. But we have to live somewhere! I am almost tempted to rent for a while.
I agree, debated apartment living " hello landlord, the water heater is leaking can you fix it while I go to dinner" sounds nice :)
Our kids are grown and 3 of the 4 bedrooms stay closed up 99% of the time
 

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