Preparing For Your Custom Pool

Posted on: 19 May 2017

An experienced contractor can be a great partner when you're about to get a custom pool built in your yard; however, it's important to remember that there are some things you need to take care of so that the pool can be a source of relaxation and enjoyment rather than a source of stress and irritation. With the tips that follow, you can prepare for the pool and avoid problems.
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Simple Steps For Cleaning Your Hot Tub

Posted on: 9 May 2017

Maintaining your home can be challenging. From mowing the lawn and trimming shrubs to repairing a leaky faucet, these tasks are important for protecting the look and value of your home. Unfortunately, many homeowners forget to clean and maintain their outdoor living spaces. A hot tub can be a great addition that adds to the overall home appeal, but making sure it is clean and in good condition is imperative for the total value of your home.
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How To Replace A Skimmer Basket

Posted on: 25 April 2017

An above ground pool is great to have in your yard to enjoy during those hot summer months. A lot of things can happen to your pool though, so it's important to know how to make small repairs as needed to lengthen the life of your pool and be able to enjoy it year after year. Making repairs to leaks in your liner, replacing a rusted or broken rail, and repairing a leaking skimmer basket are just a few things that can happen during the life of your pool.
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Inviting Friends Over To Use The New Hot Tub? Follow These Safety Tips

Posted on: 11 January 2016

Having a new hot tub installed is a great way to turn your home into party central. But, before you let your closest friends climb into your new hot tub, it's important to lay down a few ground rules. These rules will protect both your friends and your new hot tub. No drinking alcohol in the hot tub. The idea of sipping a cold cocktail while soaking in the tub may sound appealing, but it's actually quite dangerous.
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