Dog Safety Around The Pool
Swimming Pool Rules The pool is an excellent place to spend your summers. There’s the sun, the toys and the refreshing drinks with the tiny little umbrellas. Oh, and lest we forget — the water! However, pools can also be dangerous for our dogs. Not all dogs are good swimmers and some breeds like the bulldogmay.Read MoreRead More
How to Keep Wasps and Bees Away From a Swimming Pool
A dip in your pool is often a great way to spend those hot summer days, but nothing can ruin a good time faster than a sharp sting from a wasp or bee while you are taking a dip in your pool. Bees and wasps are often frequent pests of pools and for good reason..Read MoreRead More
How to Remove Hard Water Stains From Pool Tiles
Hard water stains on your pool tiles appear as a cloudy white residue caused from large amounts of minerals in the water, such as calcium limestone and magnesium, and as the water evaporates, mineral deposits form on the tile. Thankfully, you can remove the stains with chemicals you already use in your pool, but it.Read MoreRead More
20-Minute Water Workout: Sculpt Your Body in the Pool
To get sexy muscles, try a water workout. Sculpt your legs and core — and get your heart rate up — with this workout! Do each move for two minutes in the pool’s shallow end (about 4 feet deep): 1. Jog in place Keep knees high. 2. Tick-tock hop Quickly jump from side to side,.Read MoreRead More
Swimming Pool 101 How Does My Pool Work?
We’ve already seen that the water in a swimming pool needs to circulate through a filtering system, to remove dirt and debris. During normal operation, water flows to the filtering system through two or more main drains at the bottom of the pool and multiple skimmer drains around the top of the pool. The main.Read MoreRead More
The History on Swimming Pools
First Swimming Pools The “great bath” is the earliest public water tank in the ancient world. It existed over 5000 years ago in the Pakistani city settlement of Mohenjo-daro. The tank itself measures approximately 12 meters north-south and 7 meters wide, with a maximum depth of 2.4 meters. Two wide staircases lead down into the.Read MoreRead More
How Can I Make My Swimming Pool Heat Pump More Energy Efficient?
Customers often come to us and ask how can make my swimming pool more energy efficient? This is a great question, especially considering how rough the economy has become recently. In this article, we explain a few ways you can easily reduce your heating costs. Select the right heater for your pool: Some heaters have higher.Read MoreRead More