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    Can I Drain the Water from My Vinyl Liner Inground Pool?

    By Debbie
    One of the most important things any owner of a vinyl liner pool needs to know is  you should NEVER drain the water from your vinyl liner swimming pool. 
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    Go Green With Your Swimming Pool (Not the Color!)

    Everywhere you look  people are going green when it comes to their household purchases. Below are a few options you can use to go green with your swimming pool equipment.
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    Different Topographies call for Different Materials

    Throughout the United States there are different topographies and landscapes. When building an in ground pool an installer must take this into consideration. The different soils can cause for different materials to be used. During excavation there might be water problems wherein the water table is too high. The excavator can stop and dig a small hole and place a sump pump in the hole while getting rid of the problematic water. To protect the liner and also to create a nice smooth bottom the installer will mix a base to go underneath the liner and on top of the soil.
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    When it is Good to Have a Green Pool

    By Roxanne
    Green is the buzz word now. Everyone is going green, including Mickey Mouse. Just stroll through the Disney Store and take a look around. He is there and he is colored green. There are a few things that you can do to make your pool an eco-friendly green pool. 
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    Eco Friendly Ways to Heat Your Pool

     
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    Kart Racing Sponsorship

    By Scott
    Royal Swimming Pools announces its continued sponsorship of the Fiveash Kart Racing Team's go-cart. Although Darren has moved up in age bracket he has already won a race this season. 
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    Solar Panels For Swimming Pools

    By Debbie
    Since quite a few people are becoming more concerned about the economy and the environment,  there are many questions that are being asked about solar panels for swimming pools.
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    Should You Have a Pool Alarm?

    By Roxanne
    There are some counties that require a pool alarm as well as alarms on your gates, windows and doors to be sure that someone doesn't sneak in for a swim.Most local codes require that you have a fence around your pool or in the case of above ground pools, a ladder that is removable or locking but may not require that you have a pool alarm.
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    Swimming Pool Safety Tips

    By Debbie
    Swimming can be a wonderful and relaxing activity on a hot summer day. However, it can also be a real danger. Every year, drowning is one of the leading causes of unintentional death in children under 14. Even people that know how to swim well can drown, so it is important to always follow safety rules before getting in the water. Help ensure a fun and safe summer by obeying safety rules around the water.  
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    Ways to Save Water in Swimming Pool

    There are many ways to save water such as safety covers, chemicals, maintenance, and proper installation. Safety covers can reduce evaporation from 90% - 95%. There are two different types of safety covers: mesh and solid. A mesh cover will let rainwater run through to help replenish the lost water. A solid cover will let the rainwater runoff onto the deck and into the grass with the use of an automatic cover pump. Anyone of these safety covers will reduce wind which will reduce evaporation. An automatic safety cover can be removed with the turn of a key. The use of a solar blanket will also prevent evaporation.
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