If you're looking to take a dip but don't have a pool of your own, never fear! You can rent one from a pool rental business. Most operate on an hourly or daily basis, so you can swim to your heart's content.
To start a pool rental business, you will need a pool, a way to transport it, insurance and a way to collect payments from customers.
There are a few potential risks when making money with pool rental; one is that the property owner may not have insurance, which could leave the renter liable in the event of an accident. Secondly, the renter may not be able to find good tenants, which could lead to lost income. Finally, the property could incur damage during the rental period, which would be the responsibility of the renter to repair.