• Pool Tip of the Day – Public Pools in Your Community

    Try not to think about this the next time you go swimming in a public pool. According to one Canadian study, there’s an average of eight gallons of urine in a typical 110,000-gallon public pool. Considering the general size of the human bladder, which averages about .3 liters per ...

    October 1st, 2018 Read More
  • Pool Tip of the Day – Salt System? What is your TDS?

    Today I’d like to talk about Salt Pools, Salinity levels, and the Pros and Cons. Join the conversation! Tell me about your experiences! I love reading comments about your pools and answering questions! To begin, a Salt Pool is another system to introduce disinfectants into your pool water. It ...

    April 16th, 2019 Read More
  • Pool Tip of the Day – Pool Algae from Lawn Fertilizer?

    Today I’d like to talk about how lawn fertilizer can play a role in algae growth in your pool. As we approach the summer months and the rainy season, pools will start using more chemicals. The three major factors that contribute to increased chemical usage are rain washout, ...

    April 12th, 2018 Read More
  • Pool Tip of the Day – Proper Flow Through Your Pool Filter

    I’d like to talk about sufficient flow through your pool filter and how it can affect your water quality. In order for your pool to maintain a healthy water quality, you must have one turnover every 6 hours, which is considered standard in most state jurisdictions. For a spa, the ...

    April 12th, 2018 Read More
  • Pool Tip of the Day – For your canine friends!

    Dogs often love to jump in the pool and swim with their owners, but chlorine isn’t all that good for canines. A dog’s eyes, nose and ears are more sensitive than a human’s and as such may be a tad more susceptible to the ...

    April 11th, 2018 Read More
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