swimming pool maintenance Tag

GETTING STARTED

From Swimmingpool.com

So you want to have an inground swimming pool built in your backyard, but you don't know where to begin?  Have no fear, this post from swimmingpool.com gives you everything that you need to get off the schnide.  The post starts with the basics of swimming pools, explaining how they work.  The next step gets the prospective buyer thinking about how they will use their pool, which informs the design.  The next part talks about the steps in the construction process and what to expect at every turn.  The last part of the post talks about the different aspects of swimming pools that drive the cost. 

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8 More Useful Smartphone Apps for Your Pool or Hot Tub

From Swim University

Anyone with a smart phone knows that there is an app for pretty much anything these days.  Homeowners are controlling their homes, their finances, and even their transportation needs right from the palm of their hands.  As this post from Matt Giovansici from Swim University outlines, the swimming pool and swimming pool maintenance are not immune from this amazing technological development.

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10 DIY Swimming Pool Maintenance Hacks

From Swim University

It seems that everyone is looking for a clever way to take care of mundane tasks that plague us in modern society.  In common parlance, this is known as a hack.  Owning a swimming pool or hot tub places one in the perfect position to utilize hacks to make their lives easier.  This post from Matt Giovanisci presents 10 swimming pool maintenance hacks that are designed to do just that.  DIY enthusiasts, or any pool/hot tub owner can utilize these tips and tricks to save time, and money.

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What are Chloramines?

Pool Chemistry and Swimming Pool Maintenance

From About Home Pool and Patio

We all know the smell:  It harkens one back to their youth at the local swim center or YMCA.  The pungent smell of an "overchlorinated" pool.  Additionally, one remembers burning eyes, itchy skin, and crunchy hair.  What most people fail to understand, unfortunately, is that this situation is not an "overchlorinated" pool, but one that is actually devoid of active chlorine.  This post by About Home explains this dangerous situation which is a very common misconception about how swimming pool chemistry works.  

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