Why do you need pH in your Swimming Pool?
pH is one of the most important elements relating to swimming pool water balance. To ensure compliance and safety, it should be tested and subsequently corrected at the minimum of once a week. It is important to get into the habit of checking your pool’s chemicals to ensure safety to your family.
Naturally, the pH of the human body is 7.2 hence the same applies for a swimming pool. If this measurement slips below 7.0 the swimming pool water will become acidic. OnRead more
Looking to save money on energy costs related to your swimming pool? Variable speed pumps may be the answer. (Part 1)
Standard pool pumps can consume as much energy as all other home appliances combined—often costing more than $1,000 per year! Variable speed pumps can typically cut energy use up to 90%, generally saving up to $1,500 in utility costs annually—more where rates are higher than average.*Read more
Today, all of us are looking for better, more efficient & more effective ways to care for our swimming pools. How to get better circulation, help eliminate dead spots to better penetrate with your pool care chemicals and more efficiently heat your pool. The Circulator is the answer to all of these needs.
Like it or not, this is how the water in most pools is circulated. We’ll call this the “Old Way.” Typically, only the top or upper layer of the pool water receives adequate circulation. The filteredRead more
Adding dazzling lights to your backyard at night can make swimming fun. There are a lot of color changing LED mood lighting options available. For a light to best suit your application please inquire. There are different factors that should be considered before a light is chosen. Your pool liner color and power source have to be considered when choosing a light to best compliment your pool.Read more
An outdoor swimming pool barrier is a physical obstacle that surrounds a pool or spa so that access to the water is limited to adults.
The Pool Safety Series emphasizes the importance of installing barriers as you adopt water safety steps for residential and public pools and spas. An outdoor swimming pool barrier is a physical obstacle that surrounds an outdoor pool or spa so that access to the water is limited to adults. A successful pool barrier prevents a child from getting over, under or through it to gain accessRead more
A swimming pool can be very dangerous for children. If possible, do not put a swimming pool in your yard until your children are older than 5 years. Help protect your children from drowning by doing the following:
Never leave your children alone in or near the pool, even for a moment. An adult who knows CPR should actively supervise children at all times.
Practice touch supervision with children younger than 5 years. This means that the adult is within an arm’s length of the child at all times.
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All responsible parents are concerned about household chemicals in the home, especially with small children. Adding a swimming pool and/or Spa to a home means adding four to ten additional chemicals to the household inventory.
The technical terms and language of chemical hazards which are mandated by the government and sue-crazy lawyers more often confuses than it helps.Read more