Pools: Style Without Sacrificing Safety

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Pools: Style Without Sacrificing Safety

Hi, my name is Katrina, and I have always had a pool. My parents had one when I was growing up, I have lived in apartment complexes with pools, and I currently have a pool in my yard. Through the years, I have paid close attention to how people position their pools, the designs they select and the fences they use. Personally, I am not a fan of super industrial looking or boring fences and pool designs. Instead, I like to see creative and beautiful ideas, and achieving a stylish pool is possible. Worried that it will disrupt your safety? Well, it wont. This blog has all kind of tips on achieving pool style without giving up on safety. Enjoy swimming in style!

4 Questions to Ask Before Signing a Contract on Your New Pool

If you're thinking about installing a swimming pool on your property, then of course you want to end up with a great price on your dream pool, along with quality installation. Of course, no two pool contractors offer the exact same services and pricing, so taking your time to shop around will pay off in the long run. As you explore your options for your new pool, there are a few important questions worth asking before you sign off on anything. Read More 

The Different Types Of Pools Based On Your Concerns

If you are building or remodeling a pool, you might be wondering what kind of pool is best for you and your needs. There are many different factors that go into what kind of pool you choose. It all depends on what kind of things are important to you. Here are some things you should know about swimming pools: 1. Your Main Concern Is Time If you are building or renovating a pool and your main concern is how long it is going to take to complete it, you should consider getting a fiberglass pool. Read More 

Types of Pool Filters

Pool filters are designed to remove a variety of different substances from your pool water, ranging in size from large pieces of debris like leaves and sticks to invisible substances including bacteria, algae, and microbes which could harmful to your health. There are a plethora of pool filters on the market, all of which use different techniques and substances to filter your pool water. Understanding the advantages and drawbacks associated with each type of pool filter can help make it easier for you to make an informed decision about which filter is best for your pool. Read More 

7 Features You Need When Buying A Safety Net For Your Pool

Every day in the United States, about ten people drown in non-boating incidents. If you have a swimming pool and children, that stat may terrify you. Luckily, there are several tools that can help. In particular, you may want to put up a pool net to increase safety. When choosing your net, look for the following features. 1. Designed to Prevent Drowning If you want to use the pool net to prevent kids or others from drowning in your pool, you need to ensure that it is designed for that purpose. Read More 

Make Preparations To Winterize Your Above Ground Pool And Store Pool Accessories

If you had an above ground pool installed on your residential property this summer, planning ahead and making preparations to winterize the water feature and store pool equipment will prevent damage to the pool and accessories and ensure that everything is in operable order the following swimming season. The following tips will assist with creating a game plan that can be followed when the temperature begins to plunge. Hire A Professional To Drain And Cover The Pool  Read More