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    5 Ways to Keep Your Swimming Pool Clean and Shimmering

    By Greg
    Avoid the dreaded realization that your pool has been affected with algae or the chemical levels are all out whack with proper maintenance. Here are five ways to keep your pool clean all season long.
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    How to Beat the Algae Growing in Your Swimming Pool

    By Greg
    Most general cleaning practices, including vacuuming and filtering, will keep your pool clean. However, sometimes an algae problem is inevitable. These tiny plants can enter your pool thanks to rain and wind and when they do, they take hold, requiring scrubbing and shocking to restore the water. Next time you look out your window to find a less-than-appealing color in your pool, follow these steps to beat it.
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    Stains can happen in any type of Swimming Pool!

    By Debbie
    No matter what type of swimming pool you have, whether it is a gunite, fiberglass, or vinyl liner swimming pool, you can get stains that may ruin the look of your pool. The stains can be caused by organic materials such as plants, leaves, and even small branches falling into your pool. Stains caused by organic items have a tendency to be black or a tann-ish brown, almost rust-colored stain. Metals can also cause staining in your swimming pool, especially if you are using well water. However, metals such as magnesium, iron, and copper can be found in all types of water.
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    Enzymes and Your Swimming Pool

    By Debbie
    Royal Swimming Pools would like to tell swimming pool and spa owners a little information about enzymes and how they can help keep your swimming pool water in excellent condition over the winter months.
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    Can an automatic pool cover be used as a winter cover?

     
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    20 mil vs. 27 28 30 mil Swimming Pool Liners? Which is better?

    Over the years, the most common question customers ask is; which liner is better? A 20mil liner or a thicker liner such as a 27mil, 28mil, or 30mil?
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    How To Change The Control Panel In a Heatwave Sauna

    By Debbie
    To change the control panel in your heatwave sauna you will need to :
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    How To Change The Circuit Board For A Heatwave Sauna

    By Debbie
    There are 6 easy steps to change the circuit board in your Heatwave sauna.
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    How to Install a Thermostat in a Heat Wave Sauna

    By Debbie
    Over time you might need to replace your thermostat in your Heatwave sauna. Royal Swimming Pools wanted to provide you with the instructions on how to do that.
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    How to Open Your Pool - Do it Yourself This Year!

    By Greg
    It's Spring Time! Now that warm weather is approaching, it's time to think about opening the pool for the season. Planning ahead can make the job much easier. Even if it’s not warm enough for you to enjoy swimming just yet, here are some points to consider:
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