6 Pool Safety Tips Every Pool Owner Should Know

Whether your swimming in a hotel pool on vacation or in your pool at home, drowning is a serious hazard that you need to be aware of. Drowning can happen in seconds and will happen without a sound. No one is immune and emergencies can happen anytime, anywhere to anyone. Some basic pool safety is a must!It is important to have and know proper life-saving skills…

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5 Sanitary Pool Basics For New Pool Owners In Irvine, Ca.

Keeping your pool a fun and safe place to spend time with your friends and family can be a full-time job. Pool water chemistry can be a tricky thing let alone other people introducing their own contaminates to your pool. The iconic scene from the movie "Grown Ups" where the guys pee in the pool that sets off a blue cloud around them brings laughs and don't we…

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5 Great Duck Repellent Tips For A Cleaner Pool In Orange, Ca.

If you’ve owned a pool long enough, you know that ducks can get very comfortable in your pool when you’re not in it. They can make your pool fun and interesting at first, but they will make your pool dirty and unsafe over the long run. Ducks and their fecal matter may contain germs that can infect humans. Extra care and aggressive pool water chemistry is…

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Deck O Seal Saves Pool Tile And Structure

We've all seen it. That space between the pool coping and hard pool deck is there for good reason. This space is called an expansion joint and is necessary to separate the pool from the pool deck. The pool deck will expand on warm days and can cause damage to the pool especially pool tile. This expansion joint needs to stay clean and dry. Rain and…

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3 Best Tips To Avoid Hard Water In Your Pool In Garden Grove, Ca.

Over time, swimming pool water will grow in total dissolved solids or T.D.S.  This is a natural phenomenon due to evaporation. As pure water evaporates, all the minerals, byproducts, and other micro-particulates stay in the pool water. You can expect hard water in your swimming pool over time and you should use pool water recycling or drain and refill your pool every 5 to 10 years.…

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