Is Your Yard Ready For An Inground Swimming Pool?

From Pool City

Identifying whether a yard is suitable for a swimming pool is a very imporant aspect to planning for one.  Even small yards can accommodate a swimming pool project, but there are many considerations to assess prior to planning the project.  This post from Poolcity identifies the key points that need to be addressed before a homeowner takes the plunge towards designing a swimming pool project in their own backyard.

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How to Drain an Inground Swimming Pool

From AAA Pool Service

Most people don't realize that draining an inground pool can be potentially dangerous.  A catastrophic accident can easily occur if a swimming pool is completely drained at an inopurtune time.  Given the exorbitant rain experienced recently throughout the Country, this article is particularly important to heed.

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Top 100 Influencers to follow in the Swimming Pool Industry 2017

From Fixr

Platinum Pool is proud to announce that we have been named to the top 30 Swimming Pool Industry Influencers on Twitter.  The criteria used were:  The candidate's total number of followers, How frequently they publish fresh content and How often they interact with their followers.  

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How Much Do Inground Pools Cost?

From Royal Pools

Most people don't have the faintest idea what a swimming pool will cost.  Furthermore, the ancillary items that drive the overall project cost such as landscape repair and improvement, decking, patio, grading, utiities, features and materials choices are usually highly misunderstood by most consumers.  This post from Royal Pools, a builder in Dyer, IN explains the process and the items that are the components of the overall cost.

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How much does it cost to demolish an inground swimming pool?

From Hometown Demolition Contractors

Unfortunately, some people just don't want to deal with an existing inground pool.  Perhaps their kids are grown, and they are looking to downsize.  Perhaps they just simply don't have the time or resources to take care of an inground pool.  Perhaps they simply don't want an attractive nuiscance that a swimming pool presents in one's yard, when the legion of benefts that a swimming pool provides aren't being utilized.  Regardless of the reason, removing a pool isn't as simple as "filling it in" with dirt.  This post from Hometown Demolition Contractors explains the process of removing a pool, as well as some cost guidelines.

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Why Draining Your Inground Swimming Pool Could Be Dangerous

From ThoughtCo.

Many non-professional, and even some professional pool contractors don't understand that draining a pool can actually lead to a disastrous situation.  Water is one of the most destructive forces in nature, and hydrostatic pressure can literally destroy a swimming pool in an instant.  This post from ThoughtCo. addresses whether draining different types of swimming pools can be dangerous.

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How to Open an Inground Pool in 10 Steps

From Swim University

Perhaps you are the type of person that just doesn't get around to things promptly.  Perhaps you were traveling and forgot to open your swimming pool for the Summer.  Nevertheless, if your swimming pool isn't ready for prime time as of yet, this post is definitely for you.  Matt Giovanisci from Swim University gives you a simple, 10 step process to open your pool and cool off during the dog days of Summer.  The only thing required is a friend, and Matt points out that he really can't help you find that.

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