Category Archives for "Pool Advice"

Robotic Pool Cleaner Buying Guide

In this list of leading robotic pool cleaners we clearly labeled our favorites, but this does NOT mean they will be the right one for you. The recommended are just general suggestions for our robotic pool comparison guide. It’s important to learn how to pick the right one for your budget, pool type, and dirtiness. Read on for the factors […]

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How to Make the Pool Area Safe for Kids

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Living in a big house with a huge back yard is one of the greatest things in the world – even more so in the summer, and especially if you have a pool! Deciding to build a pool instead of transforming your outdoor space into a basketball court, garden or patio, for instance, is a […]

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What Is Borate? The Benefits And Why You Need It

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Have you been struggling to keep your pool clean despite having even awesome swimming pool covers or other equipment? Spending a ton on pool chemicals? If you’ve wasted time and money using traditional methods, then you’ve got to try out the new big thing in pool maintenance: borates in pools. They are changing the game. What […]

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Concrete Pool vs Vinyl Pools

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Anyone who is considering to build a pool should understand their inground pools options they have before committing and making a purchase. It’s important since building a pool is not only expensive (costs of $30,000 USD are not uncommon), can take a few months, and is virtually impossible to change once built. Therefore, taking the time […]

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Environmental Benefits of Salt Water Pools


Salt water pool systems are the only other mainstream alternative to chlorine pool systems which have been the dominant force in the swimming pool industry. However, salt water pools are becoming more and more popular. While they are slowly steadily gaining ground, salt water pools are never likely to overtake chlorine pools as the dominant […]

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