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  • 3 Things You Need To Know About Getting Your Pool Ready For Spring

    The start of spring is right around the corner, which means you need to start preparing your pool for spring. That way, once it is warm enough for you to start swimming, your pool will be ready to go. Test the Water If you kept your pool full, one of the first things you need to do is test the water. You are going to want to turn on the circulation system in your pool and allow it to run for a few hours.
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  • Boost Eco-Friendly Travel At Your Small Hotel With A Natural Swimming Pool

    Environmentally-savvy travelers are increasingly making their vacation and travel choices based on a desire to feel both relaxed and feel like they're doing good for the world around them. Whether you're a small inn, an eco-friendly ranch, or even a large hotel, a natural swimming pool can help you draw in those environmentally-conscious travelers. Here's why. 1. No Chemicals. Because natural swimming pools operate like a pond, you don't need to fill them with harsh chemicals that can irritate skin and eyes as well as dumping waste into the local water system.
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  • 3 Alternative Methods Of Hot Tub Sanitation

    The traditional method of keeping a hot tub free from unwanted microorganisms involves the addition of copious amounts of bromine or chlorine. Yet these substances lead to skin irritation for many people. Fortunately, recent developments in hot tub sanitation have led to some equally effective techniques. Read on to learn about three alternative methods of sanitizing a hot tub. Metal Ions Metals such as silver and copper, when in their ionized states, are highly effective at eliminating common microorganisms such as bacteria and algae.
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  • Pool Exercises For The Pooch

    You may not associate your swimming pool with rock hard abs, but there are actually really effective water aerobics moves that can tone your belly. As a woman, it may be difficult to target your tummy and get rid of the excess weight there, but you get the advantage of cooling down in the water and even maybe working other muscles in the pool. Follow these simple workouts to melt the paunch in the pool.
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  • Fixing The Leaks In Your Pool Filter Housing

    Pool filter housing leaks are unfortunately quite common. Even the smallest leak in your pool filter housing can cost you a lot of lost water over the summer and decrease how well your filtration system works. Below, you will find out how to repair the filter housing leak fairly easily. To complete this project you will need: Grease pencil Rubbing alcohol and mineral spirits Clean cloths Silicone caulk and caulking gun Fine-grit sandpaper Washable finger paints - optional Identify the Leak
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  • Your First Winter with an inground Pool: How to Prepare

    When you decided to take the plunge and get yourself an inground swimming pool for your home, you likely spent most of your time thinking of all the summer fun you and your family would have in the pool. However, now that fall has descended upon you and your children are back in school, you may wonder what you should do to get ready for your first winter as the owner of an inground pool.
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  • Four Essential Features to Get the Most from Your Custom Pool Design

    If you want to have the great relaxing area for your home, a custom pool can be a good investment. Custom pools can give you everything you want in a pool and more. You can have water features that make it attractive, as well as things like spas for relaxing or slides and diving areas for fun. You can even have a exercise area or beach added to your custom pool.
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  • Got A Pool Spa? How To Remove Rebar Stains

    If you own a pool spa, you need to watch out for rebar stains. It is important to take care of these early before they become much worse. Below is information about these stains, and how to remove them.  Rebar There is a steel reinforcement bar below your spa's concrete surface that is called a rebar. Over time, this rebar becomes rusty, and it can leak out onto the concrete. When this happens, it causes a rusty looking stain below the water level on the wall and bottom of your spa.
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  • Four Tips To Help You With You Custom Above Ground Pool Installation

    If you want to have a pool for your home, you can choose between an above ground pool or an in ground pool. Since not every home is right for an in ground pool, you may need to install an above ground pool. And there are many custom features that you can add to an above ground pool just like you can for and in ground pool. Here are some tips to help you choose the right features for your custom above ground pool:
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  • Tips For Customizing Your Pool

    From the time that you decide you want to put a pool in your backyard, you need to start thinking about how you want to use your pool. Every homeowner has a different way of viewing their pool, and that means they need to start planning before they ever have it installed. If you are considering a major renovation in the way of a swim area, use the tips below to help you customize the experience.
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