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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»

3 Reasons To Choose A Zero-Entry Pool

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Adding a pool to your property can make the summer months more bearable. Pools provide a fun place for your family and friends to relax and cool off on hot summer days. There are many different swimming pool designs available to residential customers. If you want to maximize the convenience and safety of your pool, consider a zero-entry design.  1. Zero-entry pools are more accessible. You want all of your friends and family members to be able to enjoy your swimming pool, regardless of their age. Read More»

5 Fun Ways To Renovate Your Pool Area

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If you have had a pool in your backyard for years, and you are tired of looking at the same old, basic set-up, it is time to renovate your pool. Using the basic structure of your pool, change it into something spectacular. Upgrade the Light System The one upgrade that you have to make to your pool is a new light system. If your pool has basic floodlights, it is time to switch to a more energy efficient and fun option. Read More»

New Pool? Swimming Pool Care Tips

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Getting a new pool is an exciting time. It can provide hours of fun for your kids, entire family, and even for your friends too. A pool requires quite a bit of work though, so be ready to take on the extra responsibility to help ensure your pool lasts year after year without fail. See below for helpful care tips for your pool. Purchase Chemicals Your pool will require the use of chemicals to ensure your water is safe for swimming. Read More»

Planning On Using Your Hot Tub This Winter? How To Protect It From The Cold Weather

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Summer is over, and the cold weather is settling in. If you have a hot tub in your yard, it’s time to start thinking about the winter. If you want to continue using your hot tub throughout the winter, it will need some special attention. Here are some maintenance tips that will help you get use out of your hot tub, all winter long. Start with a Clean Hot Tub Read More»

The Pool Of The Future - Hot Trends In Pool Design

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It used to be that it took either a stay in a hotel or a trip to the municipal pool for the kids to get a chance to go swimming and a pool at home was just for rich people. With new television programs showcasing fancy pool designs and improved technology backyard pools are becoming more and more common.  And these aren’t just a rectangular pool with a slide on one end. Read More»

Build It And They Will Come: Five Pool Features That Will Attract Your Friends And Family

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If you can’t seem to get your family and friends to visit and take a dip in your pool, perhaps it is time for some updates. Talk with pool contractors about creating a landscape that highlights your swimming pool, and that are too alluring for company to resist! Making an investment in your home’s exterior living space may also improve the overall value of your home, too! Five features for your pool that will lure family and friends over are: Read More»

2 Major Pool Maintenance Tips for New Owners

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If you have a pool in your backyard, you likely appreciate a place for your children to swim and for you and your partner to get some exercise. However, you’re probably not a fan of the fact that pools tend to be fairly expensive to maintain. If your pool is in good repair, there are a few shortcuts that you can use in order to reduce your overall costs for maintaining your pool. Read More»

Going Disney: Designing A Backyard Worthy Of Walt Himself

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Is your large back yard a blank canvas, ready to be filled with color and design?  If you are a Disney fan, why not create a Disney-themed backyard, complete with pool and landscaping? Here’s how you can visit Disneyland everyday right in your own backyard. The Pool If you can’t have a Disney resort-sized pool in your yard, that’s okay. You can still have a resort feel to your pool if it’s in the iconic shape of mouse ears. Read More»