Your swimming pool should be viewed as a clean, safe, refreshing spot on your property where your family can simply relax and unwind after a long day. While swimming areas are relaxing for a family, most pools end up being a chemical-laden oasis that due to excess maintenance, makeup, and more, releases several unnecessary toxins
Resurfacing a pool with fiberglass can be a real lifesaver. A standard concrete pool will give a homeowner 10-15 years of use before significant wear begins to show and it needs to be resurfaced. When that time comes, dropping the cash on another concrete update isn’t just expensive, but it’s only the promise of the
In Spring 2017, there were about 18 million Americans living in a home with a pool, spa or spa. Add to that the public pools and it shows there's a large affinity for swimming. With time, though, resurfacing a pool becomes important due to the wear and tear. There are several good reasons for resurfacing.
Summer is upon us. Soon we'll be having backyard barbeques, spending long nights around the campfire fending off mosquitoes, weekends will be spent lounging by the pool, and there will be swimming, lots and lots of swimming. As you peer out to your manicured garden, your eyes gaze at the pool. Alas, there's no more ignoring
If you are a residential pool owner you're probably aware of when you want to beautify your back yard paradise with a pool renovation. However, you should be aware of safety concerns associated with an older pool as well. What are some signs to look for? Noticeable cracks in the pool might sound like the