With the heat starting to pick up and many local pools being closed down, some Californians are taking matters into their own hands.
A start-up company called Swimply is helping people who own pools rent them out by the hour.
One couple in Los Angeles has already racked nearly $7,000 by allowing people to come to their home and use their pool.
As of this past weekend, 165 pools were listed as available and can cost anywhere between $30 to $75 per hour. Which if you think of it is probably how much you spend going to the local pool everyday of the summer.
That’s not too shabby of a deal, if you ask me.
Some of the pools have been touted as “kid-friendly” and others were deemed “resort-like.”
And in case you’re wondering, The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has said there’s no evidence that the coronavirus can be transmitted to people through water in pools.