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      Avoid These 6 Common Pool Maintenance Mistakes

      Avoid These 6 Common Pool Maintenance Mistakes

      There’s a good chance you’re doing something harmful to your pool without realizing it. What may seem like a harmless thing to do could be increasing your long-term maintenance costs, especially if done repeatedly. Learn about six of the most common pool maintenance...

      A Basic Guide to Pool Chemistry

      A Basic Guide to Pool Chemistry

      You might have found that your pool gets dirty regardless of whether or not you put in the right amount of sanitizer. This is because sanitizers don’t work well if the water’s chemistry isn’t balanced. For example, a high pH level makes chlorine less effective. To...

      8 Health Benefits of Owning a Pool

      8 Health Benefits of Owning a Pool

      We all know exercise is good for us, but we also know it can feel like a torturous chore. It doesn’t need to be like that, though. If you have a pool, exercising and staying healthy can be fun and something to look forward to as a part of your routine. Learn about the...

      The Pros & Cons of Getting an Indoor Pool Installed

      The Pros & Cons of Getting an Indoor Pool Installed

      The pandemic-fueled surge in swimming pool construction also led to indoor pool popularity. With travel restrictions abound and the riskiness of swimming outdoors in a community pool, an indoor pool is a safer alternative. It’s private, accessible from home, and...

      Alternatives to Using Chlorine for Pool Sanitation

      Alternatives to Using Chlorine for Pool Sanitation

      Last year’s chlorine shortage had forced many homeowners to rethink their pool sanitation strategies. Chlorine suppliers had difficulty getting more, and even pool companies found the low supply difficult. At the same time, the costs were rising, and a lot of the...

      Why Your Pool’s pH Levels Should Never Be Ignored

      Why Your Pool’s pH Levels Should Never Be Ignored

      Most pool experts agree that the best swimming pool pH level is somewhere between 7.2 and 7.8. Levels higher or lower than the recommended range can have serious consequences for both your pool and the people swimming in it. Unfortunately, there are still pool owners...

      3 Ways to Ensure Swimming Pool Child Safety

      3 Ways to Ensure Swimming Pool Child Safety

      Pools are undeniably fun and perfect for enjoying hot days. However, safety should always come first . The lack of a proper system for controlling pH levels or not having proper safety measures might result in injury to children. Enjoy your day in the sun while...

      4 Signs Your Pool Isn’t Safe for Swimming

      4 Signs Your Pool Isn’t Safe for Swimming

      You mainly get into your swimming pool to cool off, not to get clean like in your shower. Still, your pool must remain clean and safe to swim in. Otherwise, you risk yourself or your family members getting recreational water illnesses. Recreational water illnesses...

      What To Do When Your Pool pH Level Is Too High

      What To Do When Your Pool pH Level Is Too High

      If you have a residential pool and you do most of the maintenance yourself, you might have encountered one of the most frequent problems with swimming pools — dealing with pH levels that get too high. Pool pH level maintenance isn’t rocket science. But you still need...

      CO2 vs. Muriatic Acid: Which is Better for Pool pH Control?

      CO2 vs. Muriatic Acid: Which is Better for Pool pH Control?

      Muriatic acid has always been the go-to solution for regulating swimming pool pH levels. It’s accessible and affordable since it’s a staple at local hardware stores. The acid is also easy to use. You only need to dilute it in some water and add it to your pool and the...