Swimming Pool Blog

December 2011 (5)
  • Above Ground Pool F.A.Q.
    Above Ground Pool F.A.Q.: Dave gives us some things to think about when operating an above ground pool. Can an above ground pool have a deep end like an in ground pool? Of course! Many oval pools have a deep end. You can usually get a deep middle or end on any pool shape though. Generally these deep ends will only go up to 6ft. If the floor is sand, you may expect
    Tuesday, December 27, 2011 9:06 AM
  • Pool Slide Installation
    SWimming Pool SlideYour swimming pool may not have been originally constructed with accessories like a diving board or a pool slide, but it’s never too late to add that extra piece of deck equipment to enhance your swimming pool experience. Swimming Pool slides are becoming ever more popular because of the numerous color and design options, ease of installation, and safety factor.
    Friday, December 16, 2011 4:21 PM
  • Swimming Pool Tile and Coping Repair
    Resetting coping stones, setting tile, grouting, and caulking the expansion joint that runs the perimeter of the pool can be easily achieved with the right products and a little know how. When structural damage is repaired in a timely fashion it will prevent the issue from evolving into a major pool renovation.
    Tuesday, December 13, 2011 3:22 PM
  • Energy Saving Pool Pumps
    When it’s time to swap out that old pool pump or you’re just fed up with paying high energy bills to operate your swimming pool, consider two-speed and variable speed pump replacement options that can save you big bucks! You will want to examine your options to most effectively reduce the power consumption from your swimming pool pump.
    Wednesday, December 07, 2011 10:32 AM
  • Pool Chemical Safety Checklist
    Even the most experienced swimming pool professionals have occasional run ins with chemical related mishaps. From something as minor as dry skin to a potentially fatal outcome, all pool chemical hazards should be addressed to prevent accidents when storing, transporting, or introducing the chemical to the swimming pool.
    Thursday, December 01, 2011 4:02 PM