Swimply lets you rent a pool near you for a few hours | Hello Arizona

PHOENIX (3TV / CBS 5) – Did you know that approximately 96% of Americans do not have access to a swimming pool during the hottest times of the year? Either their house is not equipped to have one, upkeep and maintenance is too much work, there is no neighborhood pool, or a dozen other reasons. This is where Swimply comes to the rescue. It’s a similar business to Airbnb, where you can rent someone’s house for a day, weekend, or extended period, except Swimply is for swimming pools.

Swimply provides access to a pool rental, perhaps for a poolside party, a family barbecue, or just for an afternoon outdoors. On average, it costs around $ 45 an hour to rent a pool through Swimply, but that cost depends on the size, equipment, and schedule. Some amenities are billed by the hour, while others are chargeable, like towels or grill access.

Last year Swimply had access to 87 pools, and this year there are over 450! There are pools in Phoenix, Gilbert, Scottsdale, Surprise, Tempe, Mesa, Glendale, Chandler, Goodyear, Queen Creek, Peoria, Paradise Valley, Litchfield Park, Cave Creek, Sun City, New River, Avondale, El Mirage, Fountain Hills, Apache Junction, Casa Grande, Buckeye, Maricopa, etc.

Swimply also works the other way around. You can rent out your backyard pool if you want to earn some extra cash. All you have to do is make a list, provide a list of equipment, costs, photos, and of course, get comfortable with the people in your yard.

For example, Louis in Ahwatukee rents their 4 x 7 foot pool for $ 50 an hour on weekends and $ 45 an hour on weekdays. If your party has more than five people, it will cost you an additional $ 7 per person. It has access to an outdoor kitchen. For an additional $ 10, you can use the grill. Access to the bathroom is also included. You can also bring your dogs with you.

If you are interested in renting a swimming pool or your own, visit the Swimply website here.

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