Swimming Pools: Keeping Summers Cool, Refreshed and Safe Swimming Pools: Keeping Summers Cool, Refreshed and Safe


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Swimming Pools: Keeping Summers Cool, Refreshed and Safe

Up until last year, my family spent every summer at the beach. My spouse and I didn't want to invest in a swimming pool because we thought it'd be expensive and hard to maintain. But after my youngest child developed a skin infection from the beach's sand, we changed our minds. We contacted a pool contractor in our area that offered many different types of pools. We decided to go with an above ground pool because it seemed easier to keep up than an inground pool. Plus, our kids were safe from dangerous germs. If you need a swimming pool for your home, read my blog. I show you how to find the best options for your family and why you should choose them.

Why It’s Important To Close Your Pool Down For The Winter

If you and your family have been enjoying your swimming pool all summer long, the last thing that you might be looking forward to is closing it down for the fall and winter. Plus, after all of the pool care that you might have gone through during the warmer months -- such as cleaning your pool regularly and adjusting the chemicals to make sure that they are safe -- you might not be looking forward to even more pool-related tasks. Read More 

Tips To Help You Care For Your Patio Furniture

A patio can be an excellent addition to almost any home, and you will likely need to invest in patio furniture to get the most from this space. Unfortunately, you may make the mistake of rarely giving your patio furniture's needs much thought, and if so, you should use the following tips to help avoid making oversights that lead to premature damage. Avoid Harsh Cleaning Solutions Your patio furniture may become extremely dirty or develop mildew and moss. Read More 

Three Tips To Prevent Tears From Developing In Your Pool Filter’s Cartridges

To ensure that your uncovered pool doesn't fill up with dirt and debris that will make swimming in it a very disgusting affair, it's important that both the pump and the filter module connected to the drainage system are working properly. Since it's generally not a good idea to open the pool's motor yourself unless you're an expert, you should mainly focus your attention on preventing damage to filter cartridges when you need to remove and clean them. Read More 

How To Maintain Your Swimming Pool

Having a swimming pool can be a blast in the summer. You can relax with your spouse on the weekends, have your kids invite friends over and do something other than play video games, and generally stay cool. The one downside to having a swimming pool is the large amount of time that has to go into maintaining it. Here is a short maintenance schedule that you should start doing every week when your pool is uncovered to ensure that you do not have to get your pool repaired. Read More 

The Many Phases Of Creating A Water Park

While many pool operators dream of adding a water park to their facilities, the process can be much more complicated than simply building a pool addition. Here are the crucial steps to building a successful water park.  Initial Concept In the first stages, you will need to talk with a water park engineer to discuss your ideas for the park. Think of any features that you want, the expected number of patrons, and the budget for your project. Read More