Swimming Pool "Shock" In the case of a green swimming pool, you are going to need 'pool shock'. "Shocking" a swimming pool is also a great way to bring things back into balance but should not be over used. Is it necessary to shock a pool? The simple answer is, yes. The...
5 Handy Tips for Cleaning Your Fiberglass Swimming Pool Owning a fiberglass pool is a dream come true for many people. Cleaning and maintaining it is another story altogether. Pool maintenance is crucial if you want to avoid health hazards and harm to the environment. Cleaning regularly also means that...
6 Tips to Get Your Pool Ready for Summer If you’ve been waiting all year to make a big splash in your swimming pool, it’s important to make sure that it’s ready for you. Put the hard work in now, and you’ll be able to enjoy lazy and playful summer...
Do you plan on adding a new pool to your backyard or want to make updates to an existing pool? If so, it makes good sense to prepare a budget. You’ll want to make good equipment choices that save money and energy to maximize your investment. This alone can result...
As a pool owner you are always hoping there is nothing wrong with the pool, after all it costs money anytime something does break or turn green. You may not know there are looming problems with the pool unless they are apparent and obvious. Most of the hidden damages in...
Swimming Pool Construction Terminology If you have never owned a swimming pool; builders may speak a language that you do not understand yet! Let's get you up to speed so everyone is speaking the same terminology when it comes to swimming pool construction. Area = the square footage measurement of...
Cases for buying A Fiberglass Pool   Owning a swimming pool opens you up to a whole new world of health and happiness. You can just imagine yourself lounging in a pool chair with a drink hanging in your relaxed arms.   But before you become a proud new pool owner, there’s one...
How to get a New Inground Pool Although best answered by a qualified swimming pool contractor in your local area, we can explain the most common documents you will need to get that new pool in your backyard. Before you begin, make sure you have an established budget for a new...
We get this question a lot: "Chlorine or bromine?" To be honest either will work in a spa or a pool but to be more specific, Bromine works better at higher temperatures than chlorine. Above 75°F, bromine remains stable, whereas chlorine is more effective in temperatures as low as 65°F. This...
Green Swimming Pools are not fun. Here are our Green Pool Service Tips on How to turn a green pool blue again. A nice blue swimming pool is all we’d ever want to see in our backyard, and have never been a really big fan of the “pond look”...
Pool & Spa Maintenance Guide PDF Whether you are keeping your own pool clean (DIY) or you have hired our company or another pool service provider it would not hurt to have a helpful pool maintenance reference guide on hand when you need it! POOL CARE GUIDE FOR HOME OWNERS Sometimes you...
Common Questions about pool maintenance If you are a pool owner looking to maintain your own swimming pool here are the basics. Things the DIY pool owner needs to know. WHAT DO YOU NEED FOR A CHLORINE POOL? You will need chlorine for the type of system you have (if it is...
Correcting the pool water after the storm Is your pool under the weather? If you’ve experienced less-than-perfect weather, your pool is bound to be negatively impacted. Severe storms create flooding and other challenges for homeowners. Once the storms subside and priority projects are completed, you’ll want to assess the damage...