3 Ways to Take Care of Your Pool in the Off-Season

Posted on: 1 February 2019

During the off-season, you need to make sure that you keep your eye on your pool. Although your pool doesn't need a lot of care during the off-season, it does need a little attention. Here is what you should be doing during the off-season to take good care of your pool. 1. Check the Water Level You want to make sure that you keep your water at the right level even during the winter.
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How Hiring A Professional For In Ground Pool Construction Is The Best Thing

Posted on: 19 September 2018

There might be some people out there who will say that homeowners can do their own pool construction, but many people find that hiring a professional for the in ground pool construction is the best thing. Here's why: They Will Get The Approval From The Codes Department Even if you have an above ground pool in the same location where you want your in ground pool is going to go, you will still need to make sure that you are getting permission from the local codes department.
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3 Questions To Help Diagnose The Source Of A Leaky Swimming Pool

Posted on: 5 October 2016

It is no exaggeration to say that swimming pool owners live in perpetual fear of their pool developing a leak. Fortunately, diagnosing leaks may not be as difficult as you imagine. If you would like to learn more about troubleshooting this common pool problem, read on. This article will present three questions to help you get to the bottom of the issue. Is the leak only a problem with the pump running?
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3 Causes Of High Alkalinity In Pools

Posted on: 4 December 2015

Few things beat the luxury of enjoying a warm summer day by a nice cool pool located right in your own backyard. But it's not long until the bills come in and problems arise that the full impact of a pool is realized, both good and bad. Not only must you keep track of not only the hardness of the water or the minerals in it, you must always check the pH balance and the total alkalinity, also known as TA.
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