There is something special about owning an in-ground spa and having it available in the winter. That hot water is therapeutic and being able to enjoy it all winter is something that changes the entire approach to the season.
There are states that do require safety covers on in-ground pools. Currently, it is not a requirement in New York State to have a safety cover on your pool if you have a proper barrier surrounding the pool. While it may not be a state requirement for winter closings, WE
A salt water pool sounds so natural, like the ocean. And healthier than chlorine, right? The truth is that a salt water pool is a chlorine pool. The part that keeps your pool clean is chlorine, but instead of going to the source and using chlorine, a salt water pool
It might be time for a new pool pump. Most people wait until their pool pump dies before they look for a replacement, but it might be the one thing that saves you money if you do it sooner than later. This might go against everything you have been raised
Watching the downpour from a summer rainstorm teem across the surface of your pool is a great sight, but it’s important to remember that heavy rain can affect your pool’s water quality. A heavy storm with lots of rainfall can change the chemical balance in the pool water, overflow your
A Spool, or a Small Pool, is a smaller pool design created as a solution to having a swimming pool fit for a small backyard or limited space. While it was originally designed as the solution to fit into small yard, Spools are quickly becoming the hottest trend for any size yard and small families.
Shotcrete is not new. It has been around since the mid-60's and outside of the pool industry is not really differentiated in how pneumatically applied concrete is referred to. Call a sprayed concrete pool a gunite pool or call it a shotcrete pool and you will not be wrong. The