Don’t Wait Until Summer: 3 Steps To Take To Get Your Pool Ready Early

18 October 2017
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You may have just shut down your swimming pool for the winter, but it's not too early to start thinking about next year. Opening up the swimming pool after a long, cold winter is never easy. In fact, it can be downright difficult if you've never done that before. If this will be the first winter with your new swimming pool, here are three simple steps that will take the work out of opening it up next year. Read More 

Signs It’s Time To Repair Or Replace Your Swimming Pool Pump

31 July 2017
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If you maintain your pool properly, it should give you many years of enjoyment without breaking down. However, everything tends to get worn out with age and a pool pump is no different, especially considering how hard it works day after day. A pump contains several parts, and any of those can break or malfunction. Here are some signs of problems with your pool pump and possible ways to fix it. Read More 

Pool Net Care And Usage Tips

24 July 2017
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There are many tools that you will need to use if you are to keep your swimming pool well-maintained. The pool net will be one of the tools that you use most frequently as you will need this device whenever there are leaves, sticks or other items that need to be scooped out of the water. Unfortunately, pool owners will frequently neglect to care for their nets, and this can dramatically reduce their lifespans. Read More 

5 Reasons You Should Not Hang String Lights Above Your Pool

25 June 2017
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A common backyard trend is hanging string lights. The reason for this is that it lights the entire space really well while also giving off a good ambiance. However, while it looks great in most spaces in the backyard, you should not be stringing them across the pool. Here are five reasons why: Electrocution: Electrocution is entirely possible with string lights. Of course, if you have a properly installed outlet that the string lights are attached to, the circuit should trip once the lights hit the water. Read More 

What Every Snowbird With Boiler Heating Or Spas Needs To Know Before Flying South For The Winter

7 June 2017
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Snowbirds are lucky individuals who move to warmer states for the winter months. In fact, snowbirds generally flock together in Florida. If you've finally reached retirement and are planning on spending your winters in a warmer southern state, there are a few important things to consider about your northern home, especially if you have boiler heating and a spa. Here's what you need to know.  Leave the utilities on Read More