European pool-sharing app dives into Texas just in time for summer

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Scorching weather. Cooking cars. A voltage on the Texas power grid. Well, it’s almost like it’s summer or something.

After a long sweat, nothing cools off like a long swim in a sparkling pool. A European pool-sharing service comes to the rescue, allowing Texans to visit safe and secure spaces that are certified and ready to make a splash.

Double swimmer, the application (available for download on Apple and Android) connects swimmers and bathers with pool rentals in their region. According to a statement, reservation sessions vary per pool between $ 25 and $ 35 per person per half day.

“I have two kids and with just a few clicks we grab our towels and splash around in a private pool, it’s a perfect play date,” said Swimmy’s spokesperson Isobella Harkrider.

Swimmy is already doing well in Houston, where a simple zip code entry shows many pools available. It was just launched in Austin and Dallas, where the available pools are still being compiled for public use, Harkrider said.

Are you going on vacation to the south? Here is a sample of some pools available in the Houston area, as described by Swimmy:

  • This magnificent swimming pool has a very large swimming pool area, a garden, a lawn and sun loungers, a barbecue, a table and chairs and a lawn for bowling and other games.
  • This large closed swimming pool is perfect for a birthday or to celebrate July 4th with friends. The pool owner describes the atmosphere as “serene” and “fun” and includes pool chairs.
  • Kids will love splashing around in this huge pool while mom enjoys a sunny day of play and relaxation.

Obviously, the pool sharing app is a no-brainer for those who are reluctant to invite themselves to friends’ homes that own swimming pools, public pools, and gym pools. But what is there for pool owners? According to Swimmy, pool owners can save money on their underused – and certified – pools during the hot summer months.

“Texas Pool Owners Can Make The Extra Cash This Summer, Swimmy makes it easy to turn your pool into a source of cash and is a profitable decision for empty nesters whose certified pools may be less active this summer.” , explains Harkrider.

Founded in 2017 in France, the statement said, Swimmy is a leading pool-sharing service in Europe and was launched in the United States in Texas, Florida and California; the platform has 125,000 registered users in Europe and the United States

For more information, visit Swimmy.com or download the app.


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