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Posted: Jan 21, 2019

Drain and Refill: Cleaning Your Swimming Pool After a Fire

​After the devastating fires we’ve encountered here in Southern California the past few months, people are beginning to pick up the pieces. Homeowners and businesses with pools and spas may be wondering what exactly needs to be done to have pools safely up and running again before the summer weather hits. The answer? Most likely drain and refill.

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Posted: Dec 21, 2016

Why You Should Have Your Pool Water Professionally Tested

​Everyone with a backyard pool should be familiar with water testing. There are plenty of at home test kits that have strips or drops that read different levels.  The problem with these home test kits? The average kit with strips or drops reads only pH, chlorine, and sometimes alkalinity.  There is much more to having your water tested than that.

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Posted: Mar 14, 2016

Why You Need a Certified Pool Operator

​As pool owners and pool users across the country know, the way a pool is managed is the difference between a great experience and a terrible one.  We’re sure that most of you have had experiences in both scenarios. If you yourself are used to swimming in a well kept pool, you might dread visiting other pools that might not be quite up to par. This goes for pools at private residences as well. So, if you are a pool owner, you should know the importance of hiring someone to maintain your pool that is a certified pool operator.

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Posted: Dec 6, 2015

Regular Swimming Pool Maintenance

Establishing a regular pool maintenance routine is essential to keeping your pool safe.  The key is to keep the pool clean, the water chemically balanced, and the equipment running.  If these things are neglected, you are looking at not only costly long term consequences, but also potentially dangerous consequences as well.

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