Are You Restoring Your Old Pool? Tips For Selecting The Right Surface Or Liner

Posted on: 29 July 2016

If you own a pool that needs some restoration, one thing you may need to do is replace that worn-out pool liner or material on the surface. If it hasn't been maintained, chances are that it can have issues with erosion, water quality, and water leaks. That's why restoration starts with the right surface material. Consider these 4 options when doing so. Vinyl Liners A vinyl liner will have a couple disadvantages, with one of them being a cosmetic problem.
[Read More]

If The Swimming Pool Heat Pump Stops Working In Winter, Is It Broken?

Posted on: 20 January 2016

Although swimming pool heat pumps are very efficient under certain circumstances, they do have limitations. If your swimming pool heat pump stops working in winter, knowing how the heat pump works and under what conditions your heat pump can function can help you decide whether or not your heat pump is broken and in need of repair. If the swimming pool heat pump stops working in winter, is it broken?
[Read More]

Thinking Of Getting An Above Ground Pool? A Few Reasons To Hire An Installation Contractor

Posted on: 13 November 2015

If you have decided to put an above ground pool in your back yard for your family's summer enjoyment, you may be tempted to do the installation yourself. However, unless you have the proper equipment to clear and prepare the location, and the experience in doing so, you should consider hiring a professional installation team. You may not even be aware of some of the issues you may encounter. Here are a few things a pro can do that you may have trouble with.
[Read More]

Children And Pools Don't Always Mix: Know The Signs Of Drowning

Posted on: 1 July 2015

Swimming is a great way to cool down during the summer. Unfortunately, pools and children don't always mix well. In fact, children can drown in just a matter of minutes if left unattended. According to statistics, 137 children drown in 2012 - 100 of those children were under the age of 5.  You may think that you'll be alerted by noise or splashing if your child is drowning, however, that's not always correct.
[Read More]