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    Acrylic Swimming Pool Step Cracks

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    How to backwash a swimmimg pool sand filter

     
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    How a Swimming Pool Skimmer Works

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    Is Your Dog Ruining Your Beautiful Backyard?

    By Christi
    If your dog is anything like our English Bull Dog, Toby, our once beautiful backyard has turned into a wasteland over the Fall & Winter seasons. Now that Spring is here and Summer is fast approaching we want to get our backyard into "party hosting" shape again!
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    Using The Spa While Pregnant

    By Christi
    I thoroughly enjoy using my swimming pool and spill-over spa. The swimming pool is a great way to have fun and exercise at the same time! The spa allows me to relax while I watch my kids enjoy the swimming pool.
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    How To Fill Your Swimming Pool With Water!

    By Debbie
    Garden Hose We usually recommend filling your swimming pool with water using a garden hose. Make sure there are no sharp edges on the hose end that could damage your swimming pool liner. Place the end of the hose on the bottom of the hopper (the deep end of your pool) and turn the water on. As the pool is filling with water you may need to smooth out any wrinkles in the liner, before 2 inches of water covers them. Once wrinkles are covered they will be impossible to remove. 
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    New Tennessee Law Regarding Pool Alarms

    By Debbie
    Tennessee passed a state law requiring pool alarms on all new residential swimming pools. The law is known as "Katie Beth's Law" after Tennessee State Senator Charlotte Burks 17 month old great-grandaughter Katie Beth Maynard drowned in an above-ground pool in 2009.
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    Can you Use Anti-Freeze in your Swimming Pool Plumbing Lines?

    By Debbie
    There is a special non-toxic anti-freeze made specifically for swimming pools. It is made especially for the protection of your plumbing lines for your swimming pool , it helps protect the lines from freezing. Usually swimming pool owners in the northern states that have freezing temperatures will want to do this. This can help avoid costly repairs.
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    Infrared Heaters for HeatWave Saunas Ceramic vs. Carbon

    Both Ceramic heaters and Carbon heaters have there pro’s and con’s. Ceramic cost less, can be used for spot treatment because the heat is concentrated close to heaters, and the ceramic heats up quickly with the most intense heat closer to the heaters.
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    What is Biofilm?

    By Debbie
    Biofilm is a bacteria film that can grow in a spa, skimmer basket, or even a filter. This bacteria likes areas that are warm and damp. Biofilms can become resistant to chlorine and bromine. Your spa water quality will decline, you may notice your water starts to turn cloudy and will be foaming, it may also have a very strong odor to it.
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