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How Do Reverse Osmosis Filter Systems Work?

Many of us have been thinking more seriously about the water we drink and swim in over the last few years. Municipal water treatment centers work hard to provide us with clean water, but many contaminates that are not regulated by the EPA still remain in our water—from pesticides and lead to nitrates and sulfates. Read more...

Swimming Pool Drains & Inlets

Every pool has drains at the bottom and inlets or jets along the side. They serve a very important purpose. Both are a part of your pool’s filtration system. Water is sucked down the drain, through a skimmer and then filter. It you have a heater, it will move through the heater next. Then it will be pushed back out into your Read more...

Don’t Let Cloudy Pool Water Be a Danger to Your Swimmers

If you think swimming in cloudy pool water isn’t serious, think again. Allowing swimmers into your pool when the water is cloudy can pose a serious risk according to the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention). Keeping your pool water clean and clear can prevent sickness and even save a life. There are three main reasons why the CDC has flagged Read more...

Why the Beginning of Spring is Perfect for Pool Construction

On hot, humid days there is nothing better than a private swimming pool. With a pool in your backyard, you don’t have to deal with the hassle of packing up your car with everything you need for a full day at the beach before heading to the water. You can jump in the water whenever you want. You don’t have to Read more...

4 Ways You Can Avoid Pool Damage & Repairs

There is nothing better than a private pool especially here in Florida. But, taking care of pool repairs and damage can make owning a pool feel like a burden. You can extend the life of your pool liner and equipment by maintaining your pool throughout the year. With a little extra care, you can prevent the most common pool repairs. Here are the Read more...

Have You Fallen for These Common Swimming Pool Myths?

When it comes to pools there is a lot of common wisdom that isn’t grounded in facts. Today, we are going to bust some of the most prevalent myths about swimming pools. Myth #1: Peeing in a pool turns the water blue. Verdict: False According to a survey, 52% of adults believe that pee turns chlorinated water blue. It is not Read more...

How to Prepare Your Inground Pool for a Major Storm

Flash rains, thunderstorms and hurricanes are common here in Florida. When you know that a big storm is brewing, it’s a good idea to prepare your pool before the high winds and hard rain hit. Prepping your pool for bad weather can make cleanup easier and prevent expensive damage to your pool and pool equipment. There are 5 things that you should Read more...

Vinyl Liner Pools vs Fiberglass Pools

You’ve made the decision to get a swimming pool now the question is should you get a fiberglass pool or vinyl liner pool? These are advantage and disadvantages to both. What type you choose will play a big role in shaping the aesthetics and maintenance needs of your pool. It will also determine both the Read more...

Ultimate Guide to Pool Shock

Pool shock is a term used frequently in the world of pool maintenance. But, what does it mean to shock a pool? When we suggest shocking a pool, we’re recommending adding an oxidizer to your pool that will powerfully sanitize and disinfect the water. The process is sometimes described as over-chlorination. “Shock” is the name Read more...

How to Care for Your Pool Before & After a Rainstorm

Hurricane season is only a couple of weeks away. It is good time to think about how to prepare your pool for extreme weather. Every year, we receive hundreds of calls about pool problems caused by storms. With a little preparation, you can prevent many of these problems and establish smart habits for pool care Read more...