When you live in a place such as South Florida, you most likely spend a lot of time outdoors next to the swimming pool. We Floridians tend to worship the sun and there’s nothing better than spending a day lounging with a cool drink to top off the day. However, whether you’re in the water

How To Keep Your Pool Looking Pristine

Monday, 16 December 2013 by
keeping pool looking clean

When it comes to keeping your pool looking like a resort style pool, the first step is maintenance and making sure you keep it clean. Aside from that though, there are plenty of other tips that keep that water looking crystal clear and irresistible to jump in.

Maintaining Your PoolThere are many advantages to keeping your pool open all year round, and in South Florida, the climate is perfect. Even though the winter temperatures in Florida might not make swimming in your pool seem appealing, it’s still nicer to look at the water rather than a pool cover. 

Pool Maintenance What many people who do not live in the state of Florida do not realize is that it actually gets pretty cold during the winter months. For those up in the pan handle and other northern parts of the Sunshine state, many will close their pools because the temperature drops significantly. However, if you are a Florida resident with a pool and

Florida pool maintenance

Living in southern Florida has its perks – it IS called the Sunshine state after all – with the warm weather, having a pool open year round is very possible. However, living in south Florida proved not to be so luxurious for one family living near Tampa whose pool – open during the fall – popped out of the ground after improper pool maintenance. CBS 12

Protecting Your Pool From Tropical Storms

Tuesday, 08 October 2013 by

One of the biggest issues with living in South Florida and having your own pool is the preparation for tropical storms and hurricanes. The rainfall typically floods your entire yard which inevitably will overflow your pool if you do not prepare correctly. Now, besides watching the weather channel, here are some solid tips to ensuring your pool and patio do not suffer from extreme damages.

Winterizing Your At Home Pool

Monday, 16 September 2013 by

While no one wants to see the summer season come to a close, it is an inevitable act of nature that forces you to prepare your pool for the winter months. Of course it is important that you invest in a winter pool cover, but there are a few other key steps that people often bypass which ends up costing them a ton of money on pool repairs. There is a safety factor that comes along with a winter pool cover to prevent children and pets from accidentally falling into the freezing water. However, these are a few tips to follow if you need to winterize your pool!

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