4 Tips For Maintaining Your Pool

Posted on: 11 December 2017
One of the best ways to avoid the need to repair your pool is by maintaining it year-round. This will require the right amount of effort on your part but doing so is sure to be worthwhile. Knowing the right things to do can be extremely beneficial in minimizing the potential for extensive repairs when it comes to your swimming pool. Tip #1: Keep it clean The first thing you will want to do on a daily basis is to be sure to keep your pool area clean.
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4 Steps To Picking The Perfect Swimming Pool Cover

Posted on: 1 November 2017
If you're getting ready to invest in a new pool, or you're buying a house that has one, you're going to also need a pool cover. Since they have a variety of functions, you may be lost as to which one is best. There's no need to feel overwhelmed with the options. Here are four steps to selecting the perfect cover for your pool. 1. Determine its purpose Before even beginning the shopping process, you need to figure out what the purpose of your pool cover will be.
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How To Replace Inground Pool Tile

Posted on: 31 August 2017
Pool tiles commonly have to be replaced entirely every twenty years, but you can replace individual tiles without replacing the whole section of  in between times. Pool tiles get damaged from weather, water freezing and thawing behind them, or pool settling, which loosens the grout holding the tiles in place. Use this guide to replace your pool tile. Prepare to Replace the Tile To fix the tiles, you need: work gloves tape measure sponge soft cloth hose duct tape putty knife flat blade screwdriver or hammer and chisel notched trowel pool plaster (optional) pool tile grout hydraulic cement silicone thin thinset mortar  replacement tile Drain the pool enough, so you can reach the tiles that need repair, and let it dry Measure substrate (material backing) depth to determine if you need plaster.
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3 Cost Factors To Take Into Consideration When Considering Adding A Pool To Your Home

Posted on: 24 July 2017
If you want to install a pool in your backyard, you need to make sure that you think about both the upfront as well as the long-term cost of having a pool. Installation The first cost that you need to take into consideration is installation. The installation costs can really vary based on what type of pool and how much you want to change your yard. An in-ground pool, where a large hole needs to be dug in your yard, is going to cost more than an above-ground pool.
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