Pool Suction cleaners

The pool suction cleaners are linked up to the swimming pool skimmer. This type of pool cleaners runs through the help of the swimming pool water pumped via its skimmers that is used for the suction movement of dirt and debris going to the pool filter by means of outlet valve or pool return.  Alm...

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Choosing The Best Type Of Automatic Pool Cleaner

Choosing the best type of automatic pool cleaner is not as easy as it may seem. You can not just walk into a store and pick something that attracts you the most. There are a lot of things to consider in buying an automatic pool cleaner. Here are some of the few things to consider in buying an automa...

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Automatic Pool Cleaners

The main objective of an automatic pool cleaner is to manage the swimming pool cleaner, along with lesser maintenance, time and hard work. All automatic pool cleaners work the same for one ultimate and uncomplicated purpose. This is to make the swimming pool water free from dirt and debris according...

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Customize Pool Water Features

Combining a custom water feature into the swimming pool area will make the ambiance stand out and extra special. Some customed water features are Spa spillway, sheer decedents, sun shelf, waterfalls and grottos, bubbles and fountains as well as deck jets and laminar.  Spa Spillway. This addition ...

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Benefits of a Swimming Pool Water Features

We are not just talking about beautification. This is already given every time we think about an upgrade. This is what most people do to make the swimming pool stand out compared to the others or neighbors next door. Adding a water feature is just the right decision to make. Because water features p...

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Swimming Pool Water Features

If you are considering to add an extraordinary ambiance to your swimming pool area, water features are an extreme extension. These beautiful upgrades will enhance your swimming pool's leisure area. It will provide a comforting sound to the atmosphere of your traditional get-together parties. A water...

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Swimming Workout for Starters

Having a swimming pool is great! But do you know that you can definitely shift a traditional backyard swimming pool towards a calm, alluring and exquisite getaway? Sure you can! The backyard swimming pool gives you unlimited access to the best routine work out to stay healthy and fit. Swimming is th...

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Importance of Multiport Backwash Valve

Choosing a multiport valve is a very wise decision and is beneficial if you are using a sand filter. Why? It is because if you have a sand filter, you will need to run the pump for a substantially longer time when backwashing other than when you are using a DE filter. DE filter will only require a c...

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Elements of Push-Pull valves

The push-pull valve is the ultimate average valve in the swimming pool industry. Due to its integrity and very low cost, it is preferred to use by most pool owners. It is known to provide an exceptional pool water flow rate in comparison with the multiport valve. The push-pull backwash valve has two...

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Types of Push-Pull valves

We have discussed from our previous article about how the push-pull valve works. Now in this article, we will let you know about the characteristics and other kinds of push-pull valves that will help us better understand the equipment. Push-pull valves have two styles. It is the manufacturer specifi...

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Multiport Valve

Multiport backwash valve has greater characteristics but at the rate of flow. MVP valve is another term for multiport valves. This type of valve has multiple ports as one of its major advantages. They have more preferences other than just backwash or filter. However, the drawback is that the multipo...

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Push-Pull Valves

The push-pull valve is also known as a slide valve. There are several advantages of a push-pull valve. This type of valve is easy to use because it has a mere not too many parts. It is also easy to figure out and operate and is less restrictive to the flow of pool water, unlike any other valves. ...

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Backwash Valves

Backwashing is the flushing out of dirt from the sand filter or DE filter out through the filters by dispatching the water backward. If you have a sand filter or a DE pool filter, there are several backwash valves on it. These valves have the same function. They are responsible for controlling the p...

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Kinds of Pool Valves

Valves are often unrecognized but played an important role in swimming pool equipment. They are the once that can let us allow to control the flow of the swimming pool water with just a spin on a shaft. Whether to allow the water flow to shut off entirely or to limit the flow of water to a lower rat...

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Is Pool Attire Important?

Absolutely! it is important to use proper pool attire while swimming. It may seem annoying at times that the pool guards would ask you to wear your swimmers instead of that singlet and shorts you are wearing, but there is a good reason behind it.  Here are some of the few reasons: Reason 1 Dir...

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The Pool System

The whole swimming pool circulation system and pool plumbing are built with so many pipes, valves, and even small parts. No matter how small these parts are, and you might think that they are insignificant. Think again! Every little parts play a significant role in the swimming pool system to operat...

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Importance of Hiring a Pool Expert

The thought of having a swimming pool where you can take a dip every time after a long day at work can make you feel more relax. The feel and the gentle touch of the warm pool water can simply calm your nerves that will wash the stress away. On the other hand, having a swimming pool will not always ...

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Why is Brushing the Pool Important?

It is always a pleasure with joy and laughter when it comes to owning a swimming pool. This is to where you gather your loved once to enjoy and have fun or even just to relax. However, keeping and maintaining a pool is not an easy task. With the automatic cleaning system attached to the pool, some p...

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Effects of Swimming in a Pool with Algae

To hold back algae away from developing into the swimming pool water is to maintain an appropriate level of alkalinity and pH balance. This is the best way to prevent algae from growing into the pool water especially during the summer season. If not adequately maintained, Swimming in pool water that...

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Pink Algae In Pools

As observed and seen, most pool caretakers are facing countless problems in maintaining a swimming pool. Pink algae frequently come into sight if there is inadequate sanitation in the swimming pool water. Pink algae is not literally an algae. As a matter of fact, it is a slimy, gross and nasty looki...

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Black Algae in Pool

Out of all the different kinds of algae, this black algae is definitely not the type you want in the pool. Black algae are known to more resistant to chlorine than the yellow algae. Once it set up itself to any pores around the swimming pool walls, it would really require hard work to get rid off. T...

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Yellow/Mustard Algae in Pool

Another type of algae that can be found in pool water is the Yellow/Mustard Algae. This Yellow/Mustard Algae (Phaeophyta) does not expand as fast as green algae. However, it is more difficult and more demanding to get rid of. Just like the green algae, yellow algae develop in the same form and patte...

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Green Algae in Pool Water

It is the time of the season again when we enjoy swimming! However, if the pool is green, it is a big NO-NO! The common sources of the green swimming pool water are a small quantity of chlorine, algae or pollen in the pool water. Green algae are naturally existing in the atmosphere. Algae can be tra...

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How to Remove Pollen in Pool?

Every swimming pool owner must be knowledgeable to closely keep an eye out for pollen counts. When pollen is at its heaviest, every pool owner must be ready and able to carry out its responsibility to make use of additional work done on the pool and to make certain that the pool water remain unclutt...

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Pollen in Swimming Pool

Pollen is a dust-like, yellowish hue floating in the water. This is another issue that most pool owners must take into consideration taking steps to get rid of pollen in the pool. Pollen problem usually occurs during spring and summer seasons. The good thing is that pollen can easily be removed, unl...

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Effects of Phosphates in Pools

There are a lot of opinions and discussion of issues regarding having phosphates and on how they affect swimming pool water. Therefore, we must understand what algae want to continue to live in order for us to figure out how to finish them off. Reproduction of algae usually relies entirely on the...

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Effects of Nitrates in Pools

The presence of nitrate to swimming pool water is said to be not causing any direct damage and harm to swimmers. However, the condition and characteristics of the water will be highly affected. High levels of nitrate can do a lot of changes into the swimming pool water. Nitrates speed up the grow...

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Removing Nitrates in Pools

Nitrates may develop in pool water because of a lot of various aspects such as decomposition of plants, different types of water that are contaminated like well water, rainwater, groundwater and even human waste like urine and sweat. Keeping nitrate level within the range of 10 to 25 parts per milli...

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Nitrates in Pools

Nitrates are one of the natural contaminants that are taking place into pool waters. Just like phosphates, nitrates are a plant source of nourishment. It can be seen and grow anywhere with plants. They say that you have made your own point of supply of nitrates if you have leafage in the surrounding...

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Phosphate Removers in Pools

Phosphate is a natural element of nearly all bathers waste in the pool. Rainwater also contains phosphate. Leaves from the trees and soil that may come across the swimming pool contain phosphates. That being said, high phosphate levels can easily build up. The article Phosphate in Pools explained th...

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Phosphates in Pools

A chemical combination that is consist of phosphorus is called phosphate. This is typically non-metal element and naturally exist. Most people believed that phosphate is the best food for algae. Approximately one pound of phosphate can actually produce 700 pounds of algae. Some pool chemical merchan...

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Risks to Pool Pump Motor

A pool pump motor is a mechanical device that is recommended to lift water from bottom to high level. Water will run through a suction pressure. These force will push the water to the system up to the impeller. Though most of the pump motors are built with durability and efficiency, there are still ...

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Pool Pump Motor Size

The pool water needs to run through a detailed piping system and filter to stay pure and clean. If some portion of the system is surpassing the other, then pressure is necessary to move up the water. Pumps control the capability of the motor to run-over resistance and gravity in the swimming pool sy...

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Pool Pump Total Horsepower

The swimming pool pump motor is known to be the heart of the pool system. It is responsible for pulling the pool water in a circular motion. Properly maintained swimming pool motor pump mostly lasts 8-10 years. On the contrary, poor and low maintenance may cause motor failure even after a year and m...

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Preventing Pool Stains

Preventing is always at its best than cure. Any type of stains can be uncomplicated as it may seem if you get to understand what stain to remove and on which chemical to use for the task. Taking it off will turn into a much effortless job. You might want to check on your swimming pool service and...

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Removing Metal Stains in Pools

Metal stains in swimming pools are more complicated and are kind of difficult to deal with. Why? Because metal stains only react on a specific chemical. Unlike organic stains, it can be removed by simply applying chlorine. However, when it comes to metal stains, the chlorine will not have any reacti...

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Removing Organic Stains in Pools

Getting rid of swimming pool stains is one of the toughest jobs in maintaining healthy pool water. Identifying what type of swimming pool stain can make the job easier. On our previous article Swimming Pool Stains, will help you identify the two types of pool stains. This article will inform you how...

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Swimming Pool Stains

One of the most disturbing disadvantages of maintaining a swimming pool aside from chemistry levels is stains. We have identified from our previous article, Metal Compound in Pools that there are different types of a metal compound that may develop stains in swimming pool waters.  To further reso...

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Metal Compounds in Pool Water

Any type of swimming pool water may consist of copper, silver, manganese, and iron. Meaning they are always there. The problem may occur once mixed in with a solution such as chlorine. There will be some discoloration in the pool water or some evidence of pool stain deposits. These often happen due ...

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Causes of Chemical Imbalances

Keeping and maintaining the perfect swimming pool water chemical balance is one of the hardest parts of pool maintenance. There are a lot of particular issues that cause the same problem. Pool owners must check and be sure of the warning signs to know how to treat the pool water with the needed serv...

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Automatic Chlorinator in Pool

There are three ways to add a chlorine tablet in the swimming pool. We have posted on our previous article about What is a Floating Pool Chlorinator? and Adding Chlorine Tablet Using Pool Skimmer. Now here is another way and known to be the most excellent way to add chlorine tablet in the swimming p...

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Adding Chlorine Tablet Using Pool Skimmer

Swimming pool skimmers are usually made of plastic. The main purpose of pool skimmers is to capture floating debris from the pool water such as dead insects, leaves, dirt and even oils from the swimmers. But not only that, because you can also use pool skimmers as another way to add chlorine tablets...

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What is a Floating Pool Chlorinator?

Floating Pool Chlorinator is one of the ways to add chlorine tablets in the pool. This is used to ensure that the swimming pool is properly sanitized and stays sanitized. It is popularly known as floating chlorine dispenser or floating chlorine feeder. Floating swimming pool chlorinator usually r...

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Biguanide

Sounds like medical stuff? Yes! It was. PHMB is Preservative-free polyhexamethylene biguanide. This is the same as hydrogen peroxide that is used as a surgical disinfectant.  Biguanide primarily based sanitizers are comparatively new to the system of pool chemicals, this has been changing into an...

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Pool Clarifier

Having a crystal clear pool water is not an easy job. There are a lot of things to consider. The swimming pool filter is the perfect tool for clearing up a swimming pool.  Pool clarifier is picking up small particles that cause cloudiness in the pool water. It is a big help for pool filters and a...

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Algaecide

Sanitizer is the best armor against algae, particularly chlorine. The swimming pool will be free of algae by having the proper level of chlorine at all time. In spite of trying to maintain and keeping the pool healthy, there are a lot of things that may happen. This may result to pool water imbalanc...

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Bromine

Have you ever thought of an alternative for the chlorine? Yes! There is! Bromine is the most well-known substitute for chlorine. If chlorine is oxidizing the contaminants in the pool water, bromine, on the other hand, is ionizing contaminants. Bromine destroys unwanted contaminants from the pool wat...

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Chloramines

The scent of the swimming pool water that is often labeled as the smell of chlorine, can actually agitate the reflection of a joyful summer.  Pool smell is not due to chlorine but to chloramine. This is the result once the pool water is inappropriately treated. Chloramines are the waste product o...

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Types of Chlorine

We have discussed a lot about chlorine such as What is Chlorine in Pools?, Chlorine Demand, Types of Chlorine Present in the Swimming Pool, Chlorine Reaction to Pool Water During Summer, and Chlorine Sanitation. Basically, chlorine plays a hugely significant role when it comes to swimming pool water...

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WHAT IS CHLORINE IN POOLS?

Chlorine is the key! Chlorine is very well known when it comes to efficiency and effectivity in sanitizing a swimming pool. Once added to the pool water, it immediately approaches unwanted contaminants by oxidizing them. Chlorine kills and destroys viruses, algae, and bacteria as well as preventing...

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Total Dissolved Solids in Pool

Total dissolved solids are the portion of the total of all the elements dissolved in the swimming pool water. Anything that is added to the swimming pool water will increase the TDS. This includes chlorine, shock, pH increaser or reducer, algaecides and so on and so forth. Other swimming pool contam...

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Types of Pool Thermometer

Your desired temperature of the swimming pool can be obtained in many ways. There are swimming pool heaters that are now out in the market that has a built-in thermostat. This will give you a timely reading of the pool temperature whenever you need it. Some of the people often use a swimming pool th...

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Swimming Pool Water temperature

According to most swimming pool experts as well as for the average swimmers, they have agreed that the perfect temperature for everyone is at 77-82 degrees. This will be good enough to prevent the algae and bacteria from existing. The swimming pool water temperature is as important as the pool chemi...

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Cyanuric Acid in Pools

Cyanuric acid is the chemical name for swimming pool stabilizer. The Stabilizer level of a swimming pool water is usually tested once a pool is opened at the start of the swimming season. It should be maintained at the range of 30-50 ppm. The stabilizer is important because it engages in partnership...

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Calcium Hardness in Pool

Swimming pool caretakers are putting up a lot of hard work when it comes to maintaining fresh and safe pool water to dip in.  Calcium hardness is the total of all the calcium dissolved in the swimming pool water. An excessive amount of calcium dissolved in a swimming pool will bind with carbonate...

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Swimming Pool's pH

Keeping up with the correct balance of chemicals in the swimming pool is a continuous process. Anyone and anything can change the pool water's pH balance. This changes may occur even from a swimmer's body such as oil, lotion, and makeup. It can also be from any element that falls into the water such...

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Total Alkalinity in Pool

Pool Alkalinity is one of the numerous factors that impact the quality of the swimming pool water. Total alkalinity is nearly associated with pH. It is to measure the pool water's capability to neutralize acids. Total alkalinity controls the pH level stable within the correct bracket level from 80 p...

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Causes of Cloudy Swimming Pool Water

Pool chemistry and maintenance is the most complicated part of managing a swimming pool. Incorrect chemicals and putting inappropriate amount will cause cloudy water and if not treated properly, it may lead to algae build up. Knowing what would cause any possible problem would help a lot to prevent ...

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Causes of Green Swimming Pool Water

Keeping a crystal clear swimming pool water is not an easy task. Swimming pools are supposed to be ready to swim at, any time of the day. There are a lot of things to consider in maintaining and treating a swimming pool. Algae is the most often cause of green water. Different swimming pools and d...

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CHLORINE DEMAND

If you are constantly having a hard time measuring your chlorine level, therefore you are dealing with chlorine demand. According to Sacramento State Water Programs, Chlorine demand is the difference between the amount of chlorine added to water or wastewater and the amount of residual chlorine rema...

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Types of Chlorine Present in the Swimming Pool

Chlorine is the most significant chemical added in a swimming pool. This is very reliable when it comes to taking care of the pool water as well as to keep it balanced. As we all know, if the pool water is not properly maintained and sanitized with chlorine, bacteria, algae, and other microorganisms...

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Chlorine Reaction to Pool Water During Summer

Swimming pool Chlorine is beneficial to the pool water because it eliminates bacterias and algae. Low chlorine level may result in green and cloudy water. We don't want that! Chlorine level is having a hard time maintaining its appropriate level when exposed to direct sunlight or heat. It is importa...

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TYPES OF POOL SHOCKING

Chlorine is the most frequently used for fast, efficient and safe when it comes to water sanitation and disinfection. Not to mention that it is the cheapest method as well. We have discussed Shock Treatment and on Why Is Shocking A Pool Important? Environmental waste such as the sweat from bather...

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Why Is Shocking A Pool Important?

Are you shock when you heard about shocking a pool? You are not alone! If you are now thinking about how it works, this article will enlighten everyone of us.  Owning a pool especially a commercial swimming pool can be tricky and needs a lot of hard work when it comes to maintenance. Swimming poo...

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Shock Treatment

We always wanted to make sure that the pool water we swim in is safe and clean. Shock treatment is the term used when you need to add greater than the usual quantity of oxidizing chemicals needed to swimming pool water.  If you smell strong chlorine in a pool, it is not about someone just added t...

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Chlorine Sanitation

If you are visualizing to get sparkling clear water that is perfect for happy swimmers. You might want to check on your chlorine sanitation first. Keeping the pool water clean and preventing from any bacteria causing germs, you need to properly sanitize the pool.  Running commercial pools, water ...

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TYPES OF STAINED CONCRETE OVERLAY

Tired of your dull and damaged deck? We have featured a lot of types and patterns for pool paving, such as Concrete Pool Pavers, Travertine Pool Pavers, and Concrete Overlay. From the stained concrete overlay, we have another two types which are the acid-based stained concrete overlay and water-base...

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TYPES OF CONCRETE OVERLAY

We have featured a wide variety of benefits in using CONCRETE OVERLAY for your pool deck. You can also customize your style and designs as well as colors. This flexible method can be done depending on the choices made by the pool owner, from colors and finishes. See Deck Replacement STAMPED CONCR...

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CONCRETE OVERLAY

The pool deck may be glorious or outrageous. It is an ideal frame that might surround any pool space. Every style and ideas depend on the options required to form your natatorium space a heavenly place to remain. See Deck Replacement Concrete overlay is the most economical and sensible selection ...

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TRAVERTINE POOL PAVERS

Looking for an elegant and extravagant material to use for paving your pool deck? Travertine pool pavers are one of the most economical and long-lasting types of pool pavers. It definitely adds more value to your home and is considered to be the finest choice to add finishing touch for your pool dec...

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CONCRETE POOL PAVERS

One of the most valuable parts of a poolscape in the surrounding area of the swimming pool. It is a place where almost everyone would love to gather. It also gives a description of the characteristics and design of the pool.  Concrete pavers are very flexible when it comes to choosing what design...

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Pool Filters

Based on our previous article about What Pool Filters Do? Our aim is to educate everyone about how it works. Why? it is because we want you to know all the details so that you can choose what is best for your needs and your pool. Types of Pool Filters: SAND FILTER is the simplest procedure in ...

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SAND FILTER ALTERNATIVES

It is nearly time again to enjoy the heat of the sun. The sand filter is built with a large tank that has a broad layer of special sand. As the sand filter, traps all the dirt to make the pool water free from dirt and bacteria, it also makes the water clearer. Did you know that there are also some a...

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What Pool Filters Do?

Who wants a dirty pool? No one. Right? That is why the swimming pool filter is important. These pool filters are the ultimate way of maintaining a clean and germ-free water to swim in for bathers. It also makes the water free from any debris, bacteria, and algae.  So what do pool filters do? They...

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Pool Pump Gasket and Seals

It is always best to be familiar with every part of your pool pump. We have featured What is a pool pump? on our previous article that contains its three major components. The gaskets and seals play a major role in your swimming pool pump. They are responsible for keeping your water moving and eq...

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When to Replace a Pool Pump?

Dirty and cloudy pool? You might want to check if your pool pump is still working properly. There are a lot of things to consider before getting a new pump or rebuild it. 8-10 years is the estimated average service life of pool pump motors given by their manufacturers.  Since the pool pump motor ...

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What is a Pool Pump?

The pool pump is basically the central part of the swimming pool's circulation system. It is responsible for pulling water from the pool through a series of pipes. It passes through the skimmer that catches large debris and main drain until it pushes through the filter that strains smaller debris. U...

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How to clean your pool after a rainstorm?

Commercial and residential pool owners put a lot of hard work in maintaining a clean and crystal clear pool. However, a storm with heavy rain may cause a huge effect that will make the pool full of cloudy or even green water.  After a heavy rain, your Chlorine level might zero out and your pH lev...

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Swimming Pool Tiles

Elegance is what inspired hotels and resorts owners in building tiled swimming pools. Most residential pool owners want to feel that as well. Tiling is considered as an excellent finish for swimming pools. Swimming pool tiles are one of the most noticeable parts of a pool design. They are respons...

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Types of a Pool Leak

Are you losing water from your pool? That must be because of a pool leak. You must take actions before it gets worse. In addition to our article on Why Is It Important To Detect Pool Leaks? we would like to inform you about the common three different types of pool leak. Structural Damage Swimmin...

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Why Is It Important To Detect Pool Leaks?

We have posted on our previous article about How to detect a pool leak? that is not just coming from evaporation. Now we will help you determine why is it important to detect pool leaks. As we all know that in maintaining a healthy pool, we must constantly set a schedule for pool maintenance. But...

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Benefits of Swimming

Swimming is an act, or a movement of the entire body especially the arms and legs through the water. It is also a kind of sport that takes place in pools or open water. It is consist of various styles and strokes like a butterfly, backstroke, breaststroke, freestyle, and individual medley. Swimmi...

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Why Children Should Have Proper Swimming Lesson?

According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, drowning is the leading cause of unintentional injuries and death for young children ages 1 to 4. An estimated 19 percent of drowning deaths involving children occur in public pools where lifeguards are present.  Most parents are t...

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Outdoor Kitchen

The kitchen is the heart of the home. It is a place where you can cook and prepare a meal that is located outside of the house. The backyard swimming pool has become the centerpiece of entertainings and gatherings in most people in Florida. The swimming pool area with an outdoor kitchen will add mor...

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Swimming Pool Fire Pits

Many swimming pool owners wanted to do wonders and consider some special features that would add a unique and modernize home and business design for more attractive and pleasing to everyone. One of the special features that people are crazy about and are now in high demand is the swimming pool fire ...

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Swimming Pool Finishes

Swimming Pool Finishes has a considerable share of innovation throughout the years. For the past two decades, the rapid changes in improvement in swimming pool technology have improved tremendously. This changes helped pool owners to have their pool safer, cleaner and easy to maintain. Types of P...

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Types of a Pool Deck

If you finally decided to add and invest a pool deck in your existing swimming pool, you might wanna consider a variety of options for you to choose from when it comes to materials. Learn more about types of a pool deck. Types of pool deck: CONCRETE POOL DECK – is one of the most economical po...

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POOL DECK

The pool deck plays an important role in your pool area. It is essential for safety as children have the tendency to play and run around the swimming pool. These pool decks are built with endurance to wear and tear and a reliable non-slip surface. Since pool deck is the next area around your pool, i...

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Backwashing

People, regardless, of their ages, take a lot of interest in swimming. Here is another simple way on how to make your pool water safe to swim at, and at the same time, improves the functionality of your pool. Backwash or backwashing is the process of thoroughly cleaning a swimming pool’s filter by a...

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Types of Screen Enclosures

Pool owners spend time and money so you can have more of your time creating poolside memories with your family and friends while keeping the pool safer and open. If you already thought about getting a pool screen enclosure, these are the best option of the types of the screen enclosure for you to...

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Types of Pool Enclosure

Swimming is considered to be one of the best exercises for the human body. This also promotes quality time for your family and loved ones. The surrounding areas, especially the types of pool screen enclosures are one of the focal points. Here are the types of pool enclosures for you to choose fro...

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Pool Enclosure/Cage

The law for residential swimming pools is outlined in the Preston de Ibern/McKenzie Merriam Residential Pool Safety Act. It requires Floridians to choose at least one of four safety measures when they install a pool, spa or hot tub. Screened pool enclosures/cage will help you enjoy swimming without ...

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Swimming Pool Skimmer

Swimming is said to be one of the great ways to rejuvenate and exercise. Let’s talk about another way in keeping your commercial pool clean. It’s the swimming pool skimmer. The main purpose of the swimming pool skimmer is to remove the top part dirt and pull the water into the system from the poo...

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Pool Alarm System

Safety is always been the major concerns of every commercial pool owners. They always wanted to ensure pool safety for everyone to use. According to the Centers for Disease Control, 3 children die from drowning every day in swimming pool accidents. It is also one of the leading causes of death for c...

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Safety Barrier and Cover Used in Commercial Pools

Commercial pool owners always wanted to make sure that their pool water would stay clean and clear all throughout the season. This will strengthen pool safety that would reduce accidents and drownings. This will also build more value on your investments for a more secure future. Safety barrier and c...

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FSPA Service Professional of the Year 2018

This FSPA Service Professional of the year 2018 award is given by FSPA (Florida Swimming Pool Association) to recognize professionals who demonstrate their technical knowledge and their outstanding customer skills every day in backyards of consumers all across Florida. Tim Stamper is Aqua Doc Pool’s...

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Different Types of Pool Pumps

The best way to choose for the right pump for your commercial pools is to determine the size and to know the particular needs to operate it. To help you better understand, these are the different types of pool pumps. Single Speed Pump is the type of pump that only has 1 impeller. It works at one ...

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Steps on Commercial Pool Tiles Stain Removal

Using the pool for quite some time, especially commercial pools will lead to calcium build up, algae or other contaminants. This will usually be evident by either cloudy white haze on the tile or a dark green ring on the surface of the tile at the water line. You will then be needing to clean commer...

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How to Acid Wash a Commercial Pool

We all work hard for our money. Owning a commercial pool is a great investment but tend to have a lot of work to do. One of which is on when and how to Acid Wash a commercial pool. An acid wash is a process of stripping of a thin layer of plaster removing all chlorine stains and even dirt stains, es...

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Your Absolute Commercial Pool Temperature

Owning a commercial pool is a great investment but tend to have a lot of work to do. It is said to have a peak season, especially during the summer time. To keep your business going even during the cold weather, you have to know about your absolute commercial pool temperature to keep your business p...

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