• Four Things That You May Want To Repair Before Opening Your Pool This Year

    As the weather continues to get warmer, the time to jump in the pool is getting closer. There are many things that you may want to do when opening your pool.  You may want to get it open as soon as possible, but doing repairs is often needed. This can include things like replacing drain covers, repairing filters and pumps, and patching up the surface or liner of your pool. If you want to get the most out of your pool this year, here are some of the repairs you may want to do before you open it:
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  • Beyond Fish - Your Options For A Unique Tile Mosaic For Your Home's Swimming Pool

    If you are getting ready to have your home's inground swimming pool re-tiled and resurfaced to give it a more updated look that integrates better with your home's look, then you should consider adding a unique decorative tile mosaic design into your pools surface. A tile mosaic design adds an individual style to your pool and also adds to the overall look of your backyard space. Here are some unique pool tile mosaics to get your inner designer thinking about how you can enhance the look of your family's pool:
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  • Ways To Make Your Pool Greener And More Energy Efficient

    It seems like everyone nowadays is looking for ways to make the systems in their homes greener and more energy efficient--even pool owners. If you're looking for ways to make your pool more environmentally friendly, consider the following tips.  Solar Heating System and Solar Blanket Solar heating systems are comparable in price with traditional gas heaters and pool pump heaters. Using clean energy from the sun, solar pool heaters are versatile and effective and are an excellent option in households with unshaded access to sunlight.
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  • Stay Cool In Your Pool: Four Tips To Reducing Maintenance And Costs Of Your Pool

    Pool maintenance can be costly, but it is necessary if you want to be able to use your pool safely. You may also have things like pool heaters to make your pool more comfortable and extend its use. There are some things that you can do to reduce the cost of maintaining your pool, such as installing a timer for the pump or using a solar blanket. You can also combine an affordable solar heater to reduce heating costs.
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  • Maintaining Your Swimming Pool In The Off-Season

    Every year when the off-season for swimming (fall and winter) comes along, you need to shut down your pool and stop using it so that it doesn't get dirty and gross for the months that no one goes into it. However, that doesn't mean that you won't still need to perform maintenance on the swimming pool to keep it in good working order when the warm weather comes again. Here are a few of the ways that you should maintain your swimming pool during the off-season so that you don't have any problems when you attempt to start it up again:
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