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There is nothing more relaxing after a long day then soaking in your home spa. The hot water can help relax sore muscles and can help you unwind. When your spa isn’t working correctly, you want to get to the bottom of the problem quickly so that you can have a place to relax again. Spa repair can... Read More
When you have a problem with your swimming pool, it can be frustrating. You want to be able to quickly get the problem fixed so that you can enjoy your pool. If you are unsure what the problem is, it is not a good idea to try and fix it yourself. You could end up causing more damage and could... Read More
Having a swimming pool comes with many perks! You can cool off on a hot summer’s day, relax poolside and read a book while you work on your tan, and create lasting memories for your entire family. One of the only downsides to a swimming pool is pool cleaning. Cleaning all the twigs, leaves,... Read More
As summer is coming to an end and fall is just around the corner, you need to decide when to close your swimming pool. Most people do not keep their pool open all year long because you need to heat the pool, and it can be very expensive to do so. When keeping your pool open year round is not an... Read More
A 15’ x 30’ pool that has an average depth of 4’ holds roughly 13,500 gallons of water. It stands to reason that much of this water is going to get stagnant and become bacteria-ridden if you fail to keep up with the right pool chemicals. A spa is typically less than 1,000 gallons with most in the... Read More
When it comes to pool water testing, there are two goals to keep in mind. One is to make the water safe for your family to swim in. The other is to keep it looking nice and clear. If you do not use your pool often, you might only perform pool testing on a weekly basis to make sure the pH,... Read More