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Winter Pool Covers: Which is for you?

Pool covers are an important item for pool owners. Whether you’re using them to reduce costly evaporation, retain heat, keep debris out of the pool, save on chemicals, or close your pool down in the off-season, a pool cover can go a long way toward saving money and protecting your investment.

There are several different types of pool covers that each serve their own purpose:
 

Fire Features: Light Up Your Pool Area

 

There’s a chill in the air – but that’s no reason to board up the backyard swimming pool area for the winter! In fact, there are so many events and activities that you can still do in your backyard throughout the fall and winter. A great way to keep the activities going is with the addition of a fire feature to your backyard area. Not only will it provide a beautiful, aesthetic place to gather, it will also provide warmth for those chilly nights!

 

Is pool ownership right for you?

We’ve all been there. Stuck inside on a sweltering summer day, visions of a beautiful backyard pool occupying our thoughts. The allure of owning a pool can be especially strong this time of year as temperatures climb and days lengthen. But before diving into pool ownership, it’s important to understand the costs and benefits.

Favorite Poolside Reads

Pools aren’t just for swimming. Sometimes, they are the perfect escape from your hectic life. Do you really need an excuse to have some “me time?” Never! So grab your favorite summer read and get lost in a book while lying poolside. To get your perfect pool day started, we gathered our top picks for your summertime reading.

The Magic Strings of Frankie Presto by Mitch Albom

The Magic Strings of Frankie Presto

Pool Care 101 - Infographic

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TWICE A WEEK:

  1. Use test strips or a test kit to check and maintain your pool water balance. Keep your pH levels between 7.4 - 7.6.
  2. Test and maintain the free available chlorine level at 1.0 - 3.0 ppm.
  3. Empty the skimmer basket and skim leaves, insects and other floating debris from the pool surface.

ONCE A WEEK: