General Pool

Jun 15
Dec 14

How to Fix Your Pool Lights

There are several ways to illuminate the pool and pool area. There can be exterior floodlights, landscaping lighting, pole lights, underwater lights and pool house lighting. What we will be reviewing in this article is common underwater lighting in concrete swimming pools. We recommend that someone experienced... read more →
Sep 14
Sep 15

Keeping Your Commercial Pool Safe

Safety at the pool is of paramount importance. When commercial property owners (or their agents) think about the overall safety of the swimming pool environment, they must strive to establish a setting where safety... read more →
Jun 15

Swimming Pool Safety and the Modern Family

When I was a kid I loved the summertime; and when I was a kid, summer seemed like a long time. From the end of school field day to the last bus ride home, I couldn’t wait. “Schools out for summer,” I remember hearing that Alice Cooper... read more →
Mar 16
Nov 14

How the 2008 VGB Act Affects Your Swimming Pool in 2014

The Virginia Graeme Baker Pool & Spa Safety Act (VGB Act) went into effect in 2008. This law was established to reduce the incidents of suction entrapment in swimming pools. It affected the main drains, equalizer covers and pool pumps. All commercial pools and spas had to... read more →
Oct 15

Curing Your New Pool Surface

Resurfacing your pool is one of the largest investments you will have regarding your swimming pool. The resulting appearance and longevity of the pool surface is determined by the care provided in the first four weeks after the... read more →
Sep 14

Pool Safety

Each summer, families spend countless hours at the pool in the sun. While pools are meant to be a fun summer amenity, they can pose numerous threats if used without caution. Whether you are swimming in your own backyard or at a communal pool, stay safe this... read more →
Aug 15

Identify Common Leaks at Your Pool Pump

Swimming pool pumps come in many sizes and shapes. Some are big, some are small, but the most common pumps are three horsepower or less and have two threaded connections at the piping system, where the water is drawn in and then pushed out. This... read more →
Jan 15

Replastering Guide

A saw cut with a diamond masonry blade is used to cut under the tile line preserving the pool tile, and then the plaster chipped. Where new tile is being installed, the saw cut is not needed. We will simply set the tile out by... read more →
Sep 15

Calling All Volunteers for Swimming Pools

It may have been a long-standing tradition that the management of your community swimming pool has been largely due to the volunteer efforts of your membership. For the longest time, this may have worked. However, there are many factors that... read more →
Aug 15

Swimming Pool Water Quality Basics

Is there really a product you can add to the pool to detect urine? Unfortunately, no, it does not exist. This has been a tactic used by savvy parents and grandparents to encourage children not use... read more →
Dec 15
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