3 Pool Maintenance Mistakes That Could Cost You Big Time

Posted on: 11 May 2015

Having a swimming pool is a wonderful luxury; what could be more relaxing than coming home after a stressful day and taking a relaxing dip in your own pool? Of course, owning a pool also comes with a fair amount of responsibility, as pools don't maintain themselves. In fact, there are a few seemingly harmless pool maintenance mistakes that could actually end up costing you big time in the long run. [Read More]

5 Ways To Make Your Inground Pool The Best Pool In The Neighborhood

Posted on: 30 April 2015

Having a swimming pool in your backyard is a luxury on its own, but what can help it increase home value and appeal? There are plenty of additives that help make the pool stand out to help with this. On top of this, these additives are going to make your pool the best one in the neighborhood making your home the go-to place for the pool parties. Here are five ways to do this: [Read More]

The Hidden Dangers Of Dirty Pool Water

Posted on: 10 April 2015

Swimming is a great form of exercise and a great way to just relax and enjoy the great outdoors. If you're the owner of a swimming pool, consider yourself lucky. Make sure you also consider yourself responsible. Being the owner of a pool comes with the responsibility of keeping your pool clean. When you fail to keep your pool clean, swimming isn't just a less than pleasant experience, but it also comes along with a number of dangers. [Read More]

Leak In Your Swimming Pool's Liner? Learn How To Find And Fix It

Posted on: 6 April 2015

If you are often refilling your pool with water because the water level keeps dropping, chances are there could be a small hole hiding in the liner. Finding and fixing these holes is a task that you can do all by yourself if you follow these simple steps. Tools & Materials Before you can get started, you will need the following tools and materials. Vinyl patching material Food coloring Water bottle Tape measure Waterproof tape Bucket Determining If There Is A Leak [Read More]