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Australia forces pool owners to install a fence. Does it really help to save the life of my child?

19th November 2014
Here in Australia, we can think of us as really lucky as having a pool in the own garden is just about a standard. Playing with your children outside and eventually going for a swim in the blazing summer, sounds all great doesn't it? However, imagine a sc... Read >
Author: SimonPritchard

Pool Liners Provide Multiple Options

31st October 2011
Once so very plain and ….blue, blue, blue or even blue. Pool liners, particularly the pre tailored variety were seen as the low cost alternative to a ‘real’ pool finish. But, no more, these flexible finishes are far from the ugly ducklings of pool interio... Read >
Author: Ozum

2 Types Of Kreepy Krauly Automatic Pool Cleaners

25th March 2011
The first Kreepy Krauly pool cleaner was manufactured in 1974. However, the original design has undergone several modifications since it was first created. Kreepy Krauly has over 1.5 million satisfied customers worldwide. Kreepy Krauly automatic pool clea... Read >
Author: gardnerwilkinson

Learn About Good And Bad Pool Enclosures

10th January 2011
Pool enclosures have become a must for swimming pool owners. Surely, you would want to enjoy swimming in your own pool, regardless of the extreme weather conditions. There are four types of enclosures for your swimming pool. Generally, these enclosures... Read >
Author: Rudy Silva

Get to Know the Difference Between Salt Water and Chlorinated Pools

15th July 2010
The drift from the traditional chlorine treatment of swimming pool water to salt water is surely making headway nowadays. Most swimming pool owners and swimmers attest to the fact that saltwater in pools is better to use and to swim in, because they claim... Read >
Author: Flynna Sarah E. Molina

Which Solar Pool Cover Should I Buy?

04th May 2010
Solar Pool Heating Covers and Solar Blankets Swimming pool solar covers, often called a solar blanket provide passive heating for your pool. Passive solar home heating is a tremendous cost saving benefit. Pool solar heating using a solar blanket also h... Read >
Author: C.A. Bellomy

Which Pool Sand Filter Is Best For You?

16th February 2010
Pool Sand filters are designed to filter out the dirty water in your pool through a system that uses sand to remove particles and debris to clean the water and then it pushes it back into your pool. Pool sand filters leave you pool water crystal clean, cl... Read >
Author: Lauren Hill

Chlorine-Free Pool Chemicals - Healthy Water Treatment Options For Pool Owners

07th August 2009
Many people avoid swimming and swimming pools because of the fact that they are allergic to chlorine or simply don't like the smell and taste of chlorine or the effects that the chemical can have on people and pool equipment. However, it is possible to el... Read >
Author: Michael Peterson

Installing A Salt Chlorinator: Easier than you may think

02nd July 2009
Adding a salt chlorinator can revolutionize your pool maintenance (and lifestyle). It goes without saying that it is well worth the effort. A salt chlorinator may be installed into a new or existing swimming pool with very little difference in instruction... Read >
Author: Aiden Thomas

Floating Pool Lights - Add Your Night Time Enjoyment

18th May 2009
No matter you have an existing swimming pool or you are building a swimming pool, you can add pool lights to it. Swimming pool lights not only can add safety when the pool is used in the evening, but also can add decorative appeal to the backyard. If ... Read >
Author: Tony Brown

Salt chlorinators for swimming pools

04th May 2009
I often hear people referring to salt water swimming pools as being chlorine free because they uses salt as a sanitiser. This is not quite correct. A salt water pool produces its own chlorine using electrolysis of a mild salt solution. Why Salt Water ?... Read >
Author: Author Unknown

Prevention of algae in swimming pools - no phosphate = no alge = no worries

24th April 2009
Algae, like all plants require water and nutrients to grow, in a swimming pool there is little we can do about the water, however removal of the nutrients - phosphate, you can keep your swimming pool algae free. This summer has seen some of the highest... Read >
Author: Author Unknown

Six Deadly Pool Purchasing Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

27th March 2009
The six deadly pool purchasing mistakes are frequently made as a result of simply not being informed and knowing what questions to ask. Avoiding these mistakes could save you thousands of dollars and hours of heartache and frustration. So you want to b... Read >
Author: Aquamarine Fiberglass Pools & Spas

Why Not Get A Pool Deck

13th February 2009
Swimming pools are popular in the United States. In fact, they are so popular that you may even have one in your own backyard. If you do, which type of swimming pool do you have? Do you have an in-ground pool or an aboveground pool? If you answered aboveg... Read >
Author: Jerald Shapiro

Swimming Pool Temperature know the right level

27th November 2008
If you are wondering what is the ideal swimming pool temperature then it is not a very easy question to answer. It is so because the proper swimming pools temperature depends largely on the preferences of the swimmers. Based on the recommended heater temp... Read >
Author: Synapse India
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