It’s finally stopped snowing and your winter cover can finally be seen underneath the melting snow. Spring is approaching and as pool owners, you’re starting to get excited for the warm weather that you’ll be enjoying in your pool all summer long. We here at PoolSupplies.com want to help you get prepared ahead of time so that when the warm weather appears you won’t have to feel stressed or worried.
Building a pool is a big responsibility especially if you have decided on an expensive inground pool. You have to decide on your budget, overall vision and the location of where your pool will be at home. One of the most important decisions is deciding on a company to rely on to install your swimming pool. Signing a contract and allowing multiple people to do construction on your property should not be taken lightly. It’s crucial you ask all of the right questions and know as much information about the potential companies as possible. Don’t see it as being too forward or putting the contractor in the hot seat because at the end of the day you are the one left with the final project; the answers that the contractors provide for these questions should help you make the best educated decision on who you would like to work with to build your new pool.
Summer is over and winter is coming! We want you to be prepared; winterizing your pool and properly storing your accessories are important but what about all the chemicals and supplies you’ve bought this summer? Properly storing your chemicals will make it easier when you are opening your pool next spring, but more importantly it will keep you and your family safe during the winter!
When it’s time to close our pools for the winter season it is important to also store all of our pool accessories as well! From furniture to floaties each item should be stored properly and safely so they can be enjoyed again next summer!
A Semi Inground Pool is exactly what you’re imagining it to be, an above ground pool that is partially buried underground. These pools have gained popularity due to many reasons such as the customization, aesthetic and cost efficiency that comes along with semi inground pools.
Cleaning your pool can be defined in numerous ways; however, some approaches may be more effective than others but at the end of the day having a clean pool will expand its life! Below are different steps and guidelines to follow in order to create and maintain a clean pool.
As a pool owner, you take pride in seeing your pool clean and as inviting as possible. Having a clean pool makes everyone feel comfortable sticking their feet into it and clearing the pool from any debris and dirt will make the pool overall healthier. A pool cover can prevent any of these pesky materials from taking over your pool.
We can never avoid a few rainy days in the summer. The extra water that is accumulated from rain can result in a change of chemistry. A pool can become unsanitary due to the algae and other debris that are carried along with rain drops and deposited in the pool. Since algae spores are constantly floating throughout the air and be carried by the wind it is common for them to seek out damp places with standing water, making your pool a perfect target.