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Why is my swimming pool liner floating?

By Kathy
A swimming pool is a perfect way to cool off under the hot summer sun and bring family and friends together.  Along with the summer sun also comes those pesky rainy days. Without proper care, liners are subject to “float” during the spring and early summer due to excessive rain. But the good news is, there are ways you can prevent this from happening!
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Swimming Pool Corrosion

By Debbie
There are several different factors that can cause corrosion of above ground and in ground swimming pools. Some of these factors are keeping improper ph levels, total alkalinity, or even keeping improper salt or chlorine levels. It is very important to keep your swimming pool water chemistry at the proper levels, and also repair any swimming pool leaks.
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Ozone Water Treatment

By Greg
Ozone is a form of oxygen produced when a spark or UV light is passed through air or oxygen.  Naturally occurring ozone is commonly found after a thunderstorm or in the upper atmosphere and has an odd smell to it that is similar to that of weak chlorine.  An ozonator is a device used to produce ozone.
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The Importance of Ph in Your Pool

By Greg
pH is one of the most important factors in pool water balance. It should be tested and corrected  at least once every week. pH is the measure of how acid/ alkaline the swimming pool water is. The pH of the human body is 7.2.  This may conclude why this number is also  perfect  for the pool. When pH drops below 7.0 the water becomes acidic.  Anything above 7.0 is alkaline.  There are many problems that can occur from having low/high ph.
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Winterizing Your Pool

By Greg
Winterizing your pool properly can prolong the life of your pool, extend your investment, and save yourself hours of hard work come springtime. Here’s your complete checklist for proper pool winterization.
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