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Is There Scale in Your Pool?

Posted on Jan 29, 2019 |

Is There Scale in Your Pool?

poolscalebeforeThe white film around the water lines of your swimming pool is unsightly; but it may also indicate some imperfections in your water chemistry. Scale is the crystalline build-up of inorganic materials – most often the mineral calcium – found in pool shells composed of plaster, ceramic tile, fiberglass, stone and other surfaces commonly found in commercial applications. Consider the following methods for the prevention and removal of calcium-based scale and deposits:

Test regularly to ensure that calcium hardness levels are between approximately 200 to 400 parts per million.

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All about Diatomaceous Earth Filters

Posted on Jan 21, 2016 |

All about Diatomaceous Earth Filters

No swimming pool is usable without a filter, but why? When the pool water is forced through a filter, the material inside of the filter traps dirt and debris before returning the filtered water back to the pool. In fact, legal requirements exist in most areas that dictate how quickly pool water must flow through the filtering system. Such guidelines are meant to ensure that the pool water is guaranteed to be clean and safe at all times.

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Is Your Pool Ready for the Winter?

Posted on Jan 7, 2016 |

Is Your Pool Ready for the Winter?

Caring for a pool up north is a bit different than doing so down south, especially in Florida, where pools don’t need to be drained between October and May. Though you may not need to fully winterize your backyard pool as a southerner, you still have a few important steps to take to ensure that the colder January and February weather doesn’t cause any avoidable damage to your backyard water playground.

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Easy Steps for Opening and Maintaining Your Pool

Posted on Apr 9, 2015 |

Easy Steps for Opening and Maintaining Your Pool

As winter becomes a memory, opening the swimming pool often becomes a top priority for many families. The good news is opening your pool and keeping it in top condition throughout the summer is easy. Here is a simple, easy way to open your pool this year.

It generally takes two days to open your pool properly, so make sure you have this amount of time available. Also, get all of your supplies ready. You will need the following:

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Why Weekly Pool Service is So Important

Posted on Sep 9, 2014 |

Why Weekly Pool Service is So Important

In a warm climate, a pool can provide year-round fun for the whole family. It is a place to stay cool and relax after a long, hard, hot day out in the sun. It can offers hours of entertainment and exercise for children and adults alike, and it is a great investment that will add value to your home. So, you certainly don’t want anything to happen to your pool.

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Owning a Pool and Being Green

Posted on Jul 22, 2014 |

Owning a Pool and Being Green

It is only natural to hop on board the “going green” train, now that we know just how devastating our impact can be on the environment. In this day and age, any effort counts towards the long run, so here are some tips for you pool owners on staying green all year long.

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