Practical Tips for Keeping Pool Maintenance Costs Low

One of the biggest perks of installing a swimming pool in your backyard is enhancing property value. However, besides all the benefits that a swimming pool packs, most people forget ongoing maintenance costs. Notably, a standard-sized pool can cost a couple of hundred dollars to keep the water safe and comfortable to swim in. However, it is easy to keep a pool's operating costs low with new technologies. The maintenance tips highlighted in this article help keep operational costs low and make pool ownership an accessible luxury.   Read More...

Could It Be Time to Repair Your Concrete Pool? 3 Ways You Know It

With time and continued use, your swimming pool will start wearing out. The cause and nature of the damage depends on the material used to make the pool. For example, concrete pools are a great investment for most homeowners. However, they are sometimes prone to cracking because of the expansion and contraction, and also the weight that the water exerts on the cement. If the situation is not remedied, the pool might shift or sink.   Read More...

Understanding Spa Pumps

If you want to enjoy using the services of your spa for the longest time possible, understanding your spa pump is important. Here's what you need to know to help you understand how your spa pump works. Spa's Circulatory Systems You might have heard that pumps work like a human heart. They suction water through an inlet and distribute it at a higher pressure throughout your spa circulation system, ensuring a continuous flow.   Read More...

3 Reasons To Choose A Variable-Speed Pool Pump For An Eco-Friendly Pool

During a typically brutal Australian summer, a pool in your backyard can be more of a necessity than a luxury, giving you a place to relax and keep cool during the hottest days of the year. However, it's a bitter irony that the energy costs of maintaining your pool could be contributing to global warming, making those unbearably hot summer days even more unbearable. Consequently, more and more pool owners are taking serious interest in making their pools more environmentally friendly.   Read More...

To Frame Or Not To Frame - That Is The Question When Buying Glass Pool Fencing

Your new year present to your family is a new pool, and there are still plenty of hot summer days to enjoy swimming after the pool gets installed. At the moment, you are at the stage where you are considering the best type of pool fencing for this leisure area. You know you like the look of glass pool fencing, but you are not sure whether to get the framed or unframed option.   Read More...