Tip of the Month

Summer is coming!

  May is the time when most people in our area open their pools. The longer you wait the harder that chore might be. Pools that are opened fairly early tend to have much less algae than the ones that are opened after the weather warms up. Algae love stagnant, untreated water. So get started Read More

December 2016

Spa Owners: Freezing temperatures are here. Monitor your spa operation daily to prevent damage to the plumbing and equipment. One way to do this without going outside by using a pool and spa remote thermometer. You can read the spa temperature form inside the house which will tell you that your spa is heating properly. Read More

October 2016

Pool Owners: Fall is here with a bang, the time of year that none of us look forward to. Be sure to keep the pool clean, clear, and the water chemistry balanced prior to winterizing. This will make the spring clean up MUCH easier. Bring us a water sample so we can help. Also remember Read More

September 2016

In our Newsletter this spring we discussed the problems that excessive stabilizer levels cause in pools. Basically high levels mean you need to keep the chlorine level in your pool much higher than normal. It slows down the reaction time of the sanitizer and it can cost much more to keep the pool clean and Read More

August 2016

Summer isn’t over just yet even though kids are going back to school. Bring in your water sample for pool or spa and get it tested for FREE! Our highly trained staff can help you with your water needs!

June 2016

Do’s and Don’ts when the June sun and heat is upon us (soon we hope!) Do use an algaecide and phosphate remover as preventive algae control for pools. Do keep your sanitizer level up. It can burn off quickly at this time of year, resulting in unsightly water conditions. Do keep your water balanced. Test Read More

May 2016

May is the time that most people in our area open their pools. The longer you wait the harder that chore might be. Pools that are opened fairly early tend to have much less algae than the ones that are opened after the weather warms up. Algae love stagnant, untreated water. So get started soon Read More

December 2015

Spa Owners: Freezing temperatures are here. Monitor your spa operation daily to prevent damage to the plumbing and equipment. One way to do this without going outside by using a pool and spa remote thermometer. You can read the spa temperature form inside the house which will tell you that your spa is heating properly. Read More

November 2015

Keep your filters & spas clean! Bacteria thrives in a hot, wet environment. There are numerous locations that aren’t exposed to sanitized water that can be the first location bacteria grow. Cleaning the underside of spa covers and pillows, as well as the spa shell from the water line up, should be done weekly to Read More

October 2015

Pool Owners: Fall is here with a bang, the time of year that none of us look forward to. Be sure to keep the pool clean, clear, and the water chemistry balanced prior to winterizing. This will make the spring clean up MUCH easier. Bring us a water sample so we can help. Also remember Read More

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