reduce maintenance time for pools
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reduce maintenance time for pools

I love having a pool in my back yard, but it does require a lot of work during the summer. I have spent a lot of time trying to find ways to reduce the amount of time that goes into taking care of my pool so that I can spend more time enjoying it. During my search, I have learned quite a few short cuts that have reduced the time that it takes me to keep the pool clean and healthy to use. My blog will provide you with all of the tips that will help you decrease the maintenance time for your pool.

reduce maintenance time for pools

  • 3 Vital Steps Before Using A Previously Abandoned Pool

    26 July 2017

    Have you purchased or are you in the process of purchasing a home with a swimming pool? Are you planning on simply filling up the swimming pool and using it immediately? Unless the pool is currently in use, you should not do this. If a pool has been neglected or has been empty while being sold by a bank, it's unlikely that the swimming pool is actually in usable condition. Before you do anything else, there are a few steps that you need to take in order to get your new pool working for summer:

  • Understanding Folded Over And J-Hook Pool Liners

    6 July 2017

    If you want to install an above ground pool on your property, then you will first need to purchase the pool wall. These walls are heavy duty galvanized steel varieties that allow for the placement of a liner. Liners are made from thick vinyl materials and they often hook or slide into wall tracks. However, not all liners hook into tracks. Some simply fold over the side of the wall edge.

  • Replace Damaged Ceramic Tiles That Line The Top Of Your Pool's Interior

    17 June 2017

    If a few of the ceramic tiles that line the top of your pool's interior are cracked, remove the damaged pieces by completing the steps below. Afterward, use waterproof pool tile grout to fill in gaps between adjoining tiles to complete your swimming pool repair. Supplies knee pads cushion metal pry bar detergent water hose bucket sponge scouring pad putty knife ceramic tiles tile adhesive narrow paintbrushes tube of waterproof pool grout caulk gun Drain Water And Remove Damaged Tiles, Adhesive, And Grout

  • The Ultimate Checklist For Building A Custom Pool

    2 June 2017

    If you don't have a swimming pool in your yard, but you are considering adding one, there are a few things you need to do first. This checklist will prepare you for the process of installing a custom pool in your yard so that you end up with a swimming pool you actually love without any added stress. Here's the ultimate checklist for building a custom pool: ​Check Homeowners Association Rules: If you live in a homeowners association, then you may want to check with them first to determine whether or not there are any restrictions on adding a swimming pool to your yard.

  • Three Tips For Buying And Owning A Hot Tub

    16 May 2017

    Whenever you are looking to invest in your property in a way that provides not only property value but life value, you should consider purchasing a hot tub. Owning a hot tub can be one of the best steps you take, because it is great for entertaining company and has a series of health benefits. Read on to find out how to get the hot tub that you need and how to take care of it.