Are You Worried About Algae Growth? 3 Tips To Keep Your Pool Clear Through The Off-Season

Posted on: 29 November 2017

The main swimming season may be over, but that doesn't mean that you can give up on your pool maintenance regimen. Over the next few months, your pool is still susceptible to potential damage from freezing weather along with the possibility of contamination that can lead to an increase in the algae growth. While you might not be planning to take a dip for several weeks, you still need to use these tips to keep the water clear throughout the off-season: [Read More]

Tips For Setting Up The Best Patio Space Around Your Pool

Posted on: 19 October 2017

If you would like to revamp your patio space that surrounds your pool, or sits right next to it, you will want to make use of the following tips. This way, you will be able to make the most of that space and have a lot of fun all summer long. Picking The Right Patio Furniture You will want to make sure that you are picking the perfect set of patio furniture, especially if you are planning on using it for several years. [Read More]

Advantages Of A Vinyl Pool Liner And Features To Look For When Buying One

Posted on: 5 October 2017

If you're planning to install an in-ground pool, you'll have a few options that include one made of concrete, a fiberglass shell, or a vinyl liner. Pools with vinyl liners are popular choices because they are quick to install and less expensive. Here are some advantages of installing a vinyl-liner pool and what to look for when choosing the liner. Advantages of Installing a Pool with a Vinyl Liner A vinyl liner tends to be more comfortable on your feet and gentler on your skin if you bump the bottom or the walls. [Read More]

Where's the Leak? 3 Simple Ways to Tell Why Your In-Ground Pool Is Losing Water

Posted on: 4 October 2017

If you've got an in-ground pool, you've got a lot of water in your yard. The average 12' x 24' in-ground swimming pool holds over 10,000 gallons of water. That's a lot of water to lose to a leak. Luckily, even if your in-ground pool does get a leak, it will usually be a slow and steady leak, as opposed to a rapid loss of water. If you suspect you have a leak in your pool, the first thing you need to do is determine where the leak is coming from. [Read More]