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Exciting, WARM Indoor Activities!

By Greg
The extreme cold this winter has everybody searching for ways to stay entertained. All outdoor activities have been suspended for, as many of us feel, too many freezing, snowy days! We’re trying hard to keep the cold out, and bring the fun indoors! So, while your pool season plans are probably on hold, read on for information about how to stay active and have some fun, while staying warm indoors!
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Designing Your Pool Bottom: Shapes and Terms

By Greg
Considering a swimming pool this year but aren’t sure what the different pool bottom descriptions mean?  There are a few standard bottoms to choose from, here is a list of those common pool bottoms: Standard, Wedge, Sports, Play, Flat Bottom, and Coved Flat Bottom.
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Bring the Heat! Inflatable Pools - Summer Fun for Kids!

By Greg
“Arctic Blast,” “Polar Vortex,” or just plain “COLD!” However you choose to describe the bone-chilling conditions affecting most of the nation since early this month, we can certainly all agree on one thing: it is freezing! And freezing is an understatement for many portions of the country which are experiencing “high temperatures” in the negatives -- not including wind chill. Here in Memphis, Tennessee, we at Royal Swimming Pools are surviving with the heat cranked, and preparations for summer in full swing. To keep your mind off of the record lows, read on to discover products just in for the 2014 pool season!
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Semi Inground Swimming Pool Questions and Answers

By Debbie
What is a semi inground pool? A semi inground pool is an above ground pool that can be put partially in the ground. They are sturdier than standard above ground pools so that they can withstand the pressure from backfill or dirt against the pool wall.
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Warm Up and Stay Healthy this Winter with your own sauna!

By Greg
Many parts of the country have experienced winter’s sting early on this year, with temperatures plummeting to record lows, deep freezes, and snowfall having already taken place in October and November. While the first official day of winter does not fall until December 21st, this onset of cooler weather often times includes the additional onset of sickness such as cold and flu. Along with these comes the hustle and bustle of the holiday season—both Thanksgiving and Christmas—which can overwhelm a person, creating stress. Though there may be a bite in the air, a harsh crispness to the wind, and the occasional flurry sighting, this in-between-seasons time can be spent in a cozy, peaceful atmosphere, where holiday cheer is sure to be a result.
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Are Main Drains and Skimmers Required for Inground Pools?

By Debbie
Main drains and skimmers are used to help filter the water in your swimming pool. The two main drains, if you have them, should be located in the deepest section of your swimming pool about three feet apart. Skimmers are located on the swimming pool wall. If you have a prevailing wind in your area, you will want at least one skimmer on a wall opposite from the prevailing wind.
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Hayward Rebates 2013! They're Doing it Again!

By Greg
Hayward is doing it again! Welcome to the Hayward 2013 Summer Blast! Get a VISA prepaid card from Hayward just for purchasing Hayward pool components.
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What Type of Information is Needed to Receive a Safety Cover Quote?

By Debbie
There is a variety of things that are needed to be able to give a safety cover quote. For instance here are a few questions we will ask:
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Replacement Parts for Safety Covers

By Debbie
It is the time of year people are closing their pools. When you have a safety cover you should always inspect your hardware and replace any damaged or missing parts. Royal Swimming Pools is glad to be able to offer replacement parts for your safety cover.
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Save $$$ With The Hayward Ecostar Variable Speed Pump

By Greg
How would you like to spend 90% less than you are now on pool energy cost? You can do just that and help save the environment by upgrading your current pool equipment. For new pool owners, the investment can seem huge compared to a traditional pump, but it will pay for itself in no time.
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