Three Questions To Ask Your Custom Pool Contractor

When you're in the early stages of thinking about having a custom pool put into your yard, it can be a challenge to draw your mind away from pleasant thoughts of floating around on an inflatable chair sipping a summery drink. Before you reach this point, however, you'll need to find the right contractor for the job. It's beneficial to talk to some friends and neighbors who have had custom pools built to put together a list of contractors who are well-suited for the job. [Read More]

Does Your New Home Have A Damaged And Outdated Pool? A Couple Of Easy Fixes

If you have purchased an older home that has an outdated and poorly maintained pool on the property, you may be wondering what the easiest way to have it repaired is. You want to keep the cost as your main concern, and how long the repairs are going to take. You also want to ask what safety feature updates are available. There are different pool options based on your budget, but a vinyl liner or fiberglass liners areboth popular and practical. [Read More]

Starting At The Top -- 5 Tips For Protecting Your Hot Tub Cover

A new hot tub is an exciting and rejuvenating addition to any home, but it comes with some cost and work maintaining it. There are ways to keep those costs and effort to a minimum. One way to protect your investment and prevent unnecessary problems is to learn how to take good care of the spa cover. Here are 5 tips for keeping your spa cover looking and feeling great. [Read More]

Switching To A Saltwater Chlorination System

Are you tired of adding chemicals to your pool every week in an effort to get the chemical balance right? Typically, you should test your pool water 2 to 3 times a week. You don't want the pool to acidic or too basic. An acceptable pH is around 7.2 to 7.6. By switching to a saltwater chlorination system, you could reduce the amount of maintenance on your pool and enjoy healthier water your family can swim in. [Read More]