Designing and Landscaping Pools

Key Considerations to Make When Choosing a Fence for Your Residential Pool

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Pools without fences are a major cause of drowning accidents at home because they allow unrestricted access to the pool section. Installing a fence around your pool helps to improve pool safety by providing a physical barrier that keeps unsupervised kids out of the pool. That said, a pool fence can be more than just a safety addition to your home. It is a feature that can add privacy and also impact the esthetic appeal of your home, so it important to choose yours wisely. Read More»

Tips for Winterizing Your Backyard Swimming Pool

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Did you have a backyard swimming pool installed this past summer, and now you need to close it for the winter for the first time? It will help to know the following tips so that you prepare the pool correctly. Thoroughly Clean Your Pool  You’ll need to really give your pool a thorough cleaning to ensure that all dirt, debris, and algae are gone. This means skimming the pool surface, brushing the surfaces of all of the walls, and vacuuming the bottom of the pool. Read More»

Pool Maintenance Keeps Your Low-Impact Stroke Recovery Routine Easier

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Strokes can negatively impact your physical and mental health in a variety of ways, but exercise may help aid in your recovery. Low-impact exercise in a pool is a great choice, particularly if you take the time to keep your pool well maintained and strong enough to withstand a variety of problems. Pools Provide Low-Impact Exercise When you suffer from a stroke, you’re going to need to utilize a variety of different exercises to move your muscles and regain your strength and stability. Read More»

Swimming Pool Care Tips To Prevent Damage This Winter

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After a long summer of fun and relaxation in the pool, it’s time to put away the pool for those cold winter months. If you aren’t careful though, you could end up with damage to your pool. Some may be able to be repaired, but others could damage your pool so severely that you may need an entirely new pool. Care for you pool properly this winter and watch out for problems to prevent damage. Read More»

Useful Tips for a First-Time Homeowner

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Although there is a lot of joy in becoming a homeowner for the first time, there are also important things that must be done to prevent problems. No matter the condition of your house when it is purchased, you must maintain each part of it for years to come, such as plumbing, security, and other features. For instance, if the house came with an in-ground swimming pool, consistent maintenance is necessary for a number of reasons. Read More»