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Recognizing Signs of Poor Pool Construction

Recognizing Signs of Poor Pool Construction

Now that Americans embrace safer activities outdoors, there has been a boom in pool construction. It grew to be a nine-billion-dollar industry in 2021, and it is expected to increase even more, by 4%, in the next five years. The numbers suggest that getting a pool...

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Pool Care Tips for Reopening in Spring

Pool Care Tips for Reopening in Spring

Spring for 2022 is officially expected by March 20, but many pool care specialists recommend opening your pool early. This means that around the first half of March, you can begin preparations to open your pool for spring and start the procedures of reopening a pool...

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Your Guide to Keeping Your Commercial Pool Debris-Free

Your Guide to Keeping Your Commercial Pool Debris-Free

Regular maintenance is essential for prolonging your commercial pool’s lifespan. Concrete swimming pools can last an average of 30 years with general upkeep, while fiberglass pools last around 25 years. Keeping your pool free of debris is an essential part of pool...

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Common In-Ground Pool Issues You Should Look Out for

Common In-Ground Pool Issues You Should Look Out for

Getting an in-ground pool can be tempting, especially in Dallas, where summer temperatures can climb to 113 °F. However, it is a costly investment. Installation costs range anywhere from $28,000 to $55,000, depending on the pool’s shape, size, and the material used....

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5 Telltale Signs Your Pool is Leaking

5 Telltale Signs Your Pool is Leaking

Pool leaks are one of the most common problems found in many in-ground swimming pools. Ignoring them can lead to further damage and costly residential pool repairs. In this article, we’ll go over some of the telltale signs of pool leaks that you need to watch out for....

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Easy Ways to Winterize Your Residential Pool

Easy Ways to Winterize Your Residential Pool

If you’ve not yet winterized your pool, do it now; most homeowners insurance doesn’t cover repair bills for ice damage to a pool caused by freezing or thawing. That leaves you with a damaged pool and a bill that can cost up to $900. With years of experience in pool...

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Your Basic Checklist For Daily Pool Maintenance

Your Basic Checklist For Daily Pool Maintenance

Unmaintained pools can become a hotbed of various illnesses like diarrhea, skin rashes, infections, and more. That’s why every pool owner needs to be responsible for making sure they are clean and safe to swim in. When it comes to keeping your pool safe, routine...

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Modern Residential Pool Designs For Your Backyard

Modern Residential Pool Designs For Your Backyard

One primary reason that homeowners get a pool is the boost to property value. Some experts agree: A pool can add value to the home by as much as 7% when it’s an in-ground pool. And the home value grows further when you have a pool in a community where residential...

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Pool Heaters: Telltale Signs They Need Repairs

Pool Heaters: Telltale Signs They Need Repairs

The average cost of a pool heater can range anywhere from $1,000 to $8,500. For all their benefits, they are still a significant investment. That’s why at the first sign of issues or malfunctions, it‘s best to act fast to avoid losing your pool heater permanently. In...

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Cloudy Pool Water: 4 Possible Causes and Solutions

Cloudy Pool Water: 4 Possible Causes and Solutions

Cloudy water makes your pool unsightly, which in turn makes you feel less enthusiastic about going for a swim. Murky pool water, however, is more than just a cosmetic issue. It could also mean that something’s wrong with your pool — it might be dirty, chemically...

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