When you have a cloudy pool, it can be a very difficult and time-consuming process to get it clear. Sometimes, your swimming pool will turn cloudy overnight! We’ll explain the reasons your pool got cloudy in the first place, then share a few methods on how to fix the cloudy water. It won’t be a … More How to Fix Cloudy Pool Water
Are you having a huge party and now your pool water is green? Or are you the kind of person who constantly has green pool water no matter what you do? Does it seem like there is no way to get rid of the algae in your pool? Well you are in luck, cause we … More How to Get Rid of Pool Algae
Often people ask that “is there anything I should do to my pool after it rains?” It’s a very common question, and there are a few things you should check after a heavy rain. Rain can sometimes affect your pool’s water chemistry. Because rain water can be acidic, it can affect your pool’s pH balance. After … More What You Should Do to Your Pool After it Rains
One drawback to the old mesh safety cover is that it lets in a lot of light and silt. Vacuuming in the spring is a large chore, especially since the DE filter was attached to a push-pull type of valve, with no option to ‘vacuum to waste’. Vacuuming to Waste essentially means that the pump … More Vacuuming to Waste: A How-To
Cleaning your pool includes: vacuuming, skimming, and brushing. If you do these tasks every week, you will keep your pool clean. It also helps to keep algae, stains, and cloudy water from occurring. We like to compare it to brushing your teeth. If you didn’t brush your teeth everyday, you would have cavities, plaque, and the … More How to Clean a Swimming Pool
There are two reasons to know how to vacuum a pool manually: Because you don’t own an automatic pool cleaner – and shame on you because you NEED to own one if you have a pool Because there is a major problem that can’t be solved with an automatic pool cleaner, like algae.