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Why There’s Sand in Your Pool and How to Get it Out

The only place sand is welcome is on a beach. When you find it on the bottom of your pool, the first question is, “Where did it come from?” The best way to get the sand out of your pool will depend on the answer to that question. Why is Sand in My Pool? If Read more...

Which Pool Supplies Do You Need When You Buy a Pool?

Congratulations on your new swimming pool! There are certain pool supplies all pool owners need for proper pool care. Even if you plan to use the trusted services of Pool Works in Auburndale, Florida, for a pristine pool year-round, the following are pool supplies you need when you buy a pool. Shock Shock is important Read more...

Should I Drain My Pool And Start Over

Balancing pool water can be challenging, especially for new pool owners. Draining your pool and refilling it might seem like the best option if you’re tired of dealing with chronic algae problems or overwhelmed by a filthy pool. But draining your pool is a risky solution that could severely damage your pool. Luckily, most water Read more...

Tips for Winterizing Your Pool & Spa to Prevent Freeze Damage

Winter is quickly approaching, and it’s good to plan the steps you will take for winterizing your pool and spa to avoid freeze damage. Swimming pool equipment includes many intricate parts that are expensive to fix or replace. By winterizing your pool and protecting the pool equipment, you can avoid freeze damage and the associated Read more...

What Affect Does Rain Have on Pool Water?

It’s hurricane season here in Florida. The heavy rains during this time of year can be hard on your pool! Rainwater in the U.S. is acidic. While it isn’t caustic enough to burn your skin, it can harm your pool. The debris and contamination rainstorms leave in your pool can also create a breeding ground Read more...

How Long Should I Run My Pool Pump Every Day?

The more you understand about various options related to running your pool pump, the more money you can save. Running the pump daily is a must but running it nonstop is an unnecessary drain on the life of your pump and on your wallet. It’s easy to complicate the issue with various factors, as far Read more...

How to Maintain a Saltwater Swimming Pool

Saltwater pools aren’t just easier on your skin and hair; they are also easier to maintain compared to chlorine pools. With a saltwater pool, you don’t have to worry about large spikes and dips in disinfectant levels. Saltwater produces natural chlorine that stays at a more stable level. You rarely have to shock your pool. Read more...

Best Strategies to Make Your Pool Eco-Friendly and Energy Efficient

If you are interested in cutting monthly energy costs, taking steps to maintain an energy-efficient pool is an excellent start. As a bonus, you will help the environment by reducing electricity usage. Designing an eco-friendly pool is easier than it has ever been before, and equipment is available to boost the efficiency of your existing Read more...

How to Prevent and Eliminate Calcium in Your Swimming Pool

Have you ever noticed white-grey staining on a pool’s metal ladder or flaky white deposits on the pool tiles? Both are types of calcium scale or buildup that can be bad for your pool. Calcium scale can build up in pipes, pool filters, and along pool walls and accessories. It isn’t just unattractive; it can Read more...

Why Calculating the Amount of Water in your Swimming Pool is a Must!

It’s possible that knowing the amount of water in your pool is a much more critical matter than you realize. Costly problems occur anytime there is too much or too little water in your swimming pool. You can cut maintenance costs by operating your pool at the proper water level. The how-to and why of Read more...