8 Benefits of a Saltwater Pool

8 Benefits of a Saltwater Pool

If you live in South Florida, investing in a saltwater pool is a good idea for several reasons. It is less harsh on your skin, doesn’t burn your eyes, and breaks down pool materials slower. While many residential pools are turning to salt water, so too are many hotels, resorts and day spas. Salt water pools are not free of …

How Often Should You Clean Your Swimming Pool in South Florida?

How Often Should You Clean Your Swimming Pool in South Florida?

There are a variety of unique jobs that all relate to cleaning your swimming pool – and they all need to be done in different intervals (monthly, weekly, daily) to ensure your pool remains in top-notch condition. The best way to stay on top of pool maintenance is to hire a professional company to take care of it for you. …

How to Keep Your Pool Clean & Fight Back Against Fecal Matter in Pools

How to Keep Your Pool Clean & Fight Back Against Fecal Matter in Pools

There’s a fecal parasite in town causing an increase in disease outbreaks, and the CDC says swimming pools might be to blame. Luckily, you can keep enjoying your pool all summer long while avoiding getting sick from these nasty parasites. The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently announced an increase in the number of illnesses they are …

5 Signs Your Pool Pump Isn’t Working Properly

5 Signs Your Pool Pump Isn’t Working Properly

If your pool water looks cloudy or dirty despite the pump running, it’s a clear sign that the filter isn’t working. There might be a blockage in the system or a singular part that needs to be fixed. Although, in some cases the entire pump may need to be replaced. The Importance of Your Pool Pump Your pool pump is …

What Causes Cracks in the Bottom of Your Pool?

What Causes Cracks in the Bottom of Your Pool?

Before you panic about cracks in the bottom of your pool, rest assured that cracks are often an easy fix. Three common reasons cracks form include poor craftsmanship, improper engineering, and soil issues. Less serious cracks, known as check cracks, can form for a wider range of reasons. Not all cracks will cause your pool to lose water, some are …