Why Is Pool Water Blue?

Posted on: 13 November 2015

Blue water has a pristine, clear appearance even though it isn't technically "clear." Pool owners dedicate much of their maintenance to keeping their water looking its bluest. But why do pools have a blue hue?  ‚ÄčIntrinsic Color  While you probably think of clean water as colorless, this isn't the case. When you observe water without color pollution sources, such as light reflecting off brightly colored surfaces, the liquid has a pale turquoise color.
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Want Your Own Training Pool And Lounge Area? Get An Inground Spa

Posted on: 20 October 2015

If swimming is one of your favorite ways to exercise and you love lounging around the pool, you can get a pool that's great for both. You can get a pool that is powered to help you reach your swimming goals, but you can still use it when you want to get wet on a bright and sunny day. You'll want to talk with a pool contractor about getting a spa pool that has a current system powered by jets, and that can be placed outside your home.
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Tips for Preventing and Eliminating Algae in Your Pool

Posted on: 25 August 2015

One of the most common problems with backyard swimming pool maintenance is dealing with algae blooms. If the water isn't properly sanitized or the filters aren't getting the job done, algae blooms can thrive. Algae spores can come from many different places, including debris introduced to the pool from the wind or spores that are on your body when you get in the water. While there aren't any completely guaranteed methods to prevent and eliminate algae, here are some of the swimming pool care tips that can improve your odds.
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How To Maintain A Commercial Pool

Posted on: 24 June 2015

Commercial pool maintenance can be a big task, but it's critical to maintaining the safety of your guests. Here are some tips for keeping your pool operating at top condition.  Replace Parts Before You Need To Especially for a commercial pool, it's important to replace parts before they actually break. Keep your pool functional by replacing parts at least once per season. The parts that need the most care are the filters, gaskets, and water gauges.
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