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Algae has its place in ecosystems and can be very beneficial. However, it can wreak havoc on your pool. If you find that your pool is suddenly green, yellow, or see black spots on the sides and bottom of the pool, you have an algae issue. Not only does it make your pool an unattractive color, but it can damage your pool and allow dangerous microorganisms to thrive. It's critical to nip an algae problem in the bud before it becomes unmanageable. Let's take a look at tips for preventing and removing algae from your pool.

Automatic pool cleaners are every pool's best friend. You will have at least one pool cleaner, maybe more if your pool is larger. Automation is incredible because it means you do not have to spend the time manually cleaning debris and dirt from your pool and more time enjoying it! However, as with all pieces of equipment, routine servicing is crucial to keeping your pool cleaner running optimally and extending its lifespan. Here's what you need to know about servicing your automatic pool cleaner.

Dealing with the aftermath of a hurricane can be extremely stressful. After you have had time to take stock of any damage your property has incurred, it is time to begin the clean-up process. Cleaning your pool is a part of hurricane aftermath and returning to normal day-to-day life. Unfortunately, there is nothing you can do to prevent dirt, debris, and contaminants from entering your pool when faced with the severe winds and rain of a hurricane. Let's take a look at tips for cleaning your pool after a hurricane in Lakeland!

Summer is in full swing, which means that most of us are spending the hot summer days in our pools. As refreshing and fun as pools are, they can also be very dangerous if you do not take the proper precautions and adhere to pool safety guidelines. Before you or your children take another dip in the pool, read over this guide to make sure that your adventures at the pool this summer are safe!

Hurricane season is upon us and poses a substantial threat to your house and property. Many homeowners may not realize that even your pool is susceptible to risks from a raging hurricane. It is too big of an investment to leave at risk. The good news is that you can do things to prepare your pool before a storm hits. These must-know tips will help ensure your pool is ready for this hurricane season.

Contaminated pool water is an unsafe environment that can quickly cause various sicknesses in swimmers who come in contact with the pathogen. Despite your best efforts, it can happen in the blink of an eye. First and foremost, as soon as you suspect your pool has become contaminated, ensure that swimmers do not enter the water until the contaminants have been removed. These tips will help you effectively remove harmful pathogens and get you back to enjoying your favorite water activities.

Residents of Rock Hill, South Carolina, enjoy a reasonably mild climate. The city is far enough inland that hurricanes and other tropical storms aren’t much of a concern. Even so, there are some intense storms that sweep through the area from time to time, sometimes bringing severe hail.

In order to ensure your pool’s cleanliness, safety, and longevity, it’s important to conduct some basic pool maintenance. Sometimes, pool care isn’t exactly simple or straightforward. In this post, we’ll address a few of the most common inquiries we hear from pool owners.

Springtime means birds singing, insects chirping, leaves budding, and plants flowering. It also means you will find pollen in your pool and lots of it. This is far from ideal. It will turn your pool an unsightly yellowish or greenish color and is just plain annoying. Fortunately, there is plenty you can do about it. This is your guide to removing pollen from your pool and making sure that it is always summer-ready!

Whether you are looking to fill a brand new swimming pool or to refill an existing one, you are bound to have a few logistical questions. Where should you get your pool water? And, what’s the most cost-effective solution?