Common Causes Of Cracks In Concrete Pools

Posted on: 21 January 2020

A well-maintained pool is beloved by your family. However, if you or the kids are leaping into the pool and scraping your toes on cracks, your concrete pool is less lovable. Indeed, cracked concrete in your pool can be more than a nuisance — it can herald bigger problems. Find out what some of the common causes are for cracking pool concrete. Weak Structural Spots According to Aqua Magazine, one of the most common causes of cracks in a concrete pool is a structurally weak area.
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Pool Maintenance Tips To Get You Through Winter With Clean Clear Water And An Easy Opening In Time For Summer

Posted on: 16 January 2020

One of the problems with opening a pool is that keeping the water clean, clear, and safe for swimming is a difficult chore. Many pools need a lot of maintenance in spring due to a lack of maintenance and dirty water. With a little maintenance and water care, your pool will stay clean through the winter and be easy to get ready for swimming on hot summer days. The following pool maintenance tips will help you care for your pool through the winter months and ensure you are ready once the warmer weather arrives:
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Preventing Pool Dangers With The Right Fencing And Safety Features

Posted on: 14 January 2020

If you have a pool installed on your property, you want to ensure it is safe to prevent accidents that are avoidable. Therefore, you want to make sure that the right systems are installed to protect your pool from potential problems. This includes fencing and other safety features that reduce hazards around the pool and filtration equipment. The following tips will help you add the right safety fence and features to your pool to ensure it is safe: 
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Reasons A Hot Tub Is A Good Addition To A Pool

Posted on: 13 January 2020

If you're going to have a pool built, you should consider having a hot tub included in its design. If you already have a pool, you may be able to have a hot tub added to the existing pool, as long as the pool isn't made from vinyl or fiberglass. If you aren't sure if you really want a hot tub, read the information below. After reading it, you will likely decide a hot tub is a good idea.
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