Pool Advice

Ah … sweet spring! There really is nothing quite like it! Well except for that one hour of “springing forward” we do which tends to leave us sluggish and confused about what time it is for a week or so. But it is a time to returning to life … fresh flowers, blue skies, green grass, picnics and Memorial Day. It is also a time of returning to OUR life when we put down the winter remote control and spring outside to enjoy what has been dormant for many of us for a few months. Like our swimming pool.

Read more: Get Ready for Pool Season

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Kids of all ages like to swim and picking out the right swimsuit and accessories are important! The suit is part of fashion, after all, but the toys, floats and other accessories can add to the fun and functionality.

Read more: Are Swim Goggles A Good Idea

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No doubt, this has been an odd winter for most of the country. And thankfully, it won’t be too long before Mother Nature ushers out Old Man Winter. Once Spring arrives, we can expect rain and that can cause a little trouble for your swimming pool.

Read more: When the Spring Rains Come….

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Exercising in your family swimming pool is an idea that appeals to most swimming pool owners. There are many reasons but perhaps the biggest is convenience and not having to deal with crowds at the public gym.

Read more: Get In Shape In Your Swimming Pool

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Myths and old wives tales exist in all areas of life – including swimming and swimming pools. As you read, you’ll probably remember hearing this from your mother or grandmother in years past and we know that these myths still carry some weight. We’d like to share the myth and the facts surrounding them so you know what is, and what is not, to be believed.

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It may seem as though your swimming pool service contractor is a magician when he is out at your swimming pool. He skims, scrubs the walls and floor, vacuums it and then comes the magic – he tests the water chemistry – and adds new chemicals if needed to keep everything in line leaving you with a sparkling pool!

Read more: Pool Chemistry Demystified

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If you’re in the market for a new home would you consider buying one that has an in ground swimming pool? On the surface that might be a great idea if you’ve always wanted a swimming pool. Buying a home with a pool means you don’t have to go through the process of a pool construction project.

Read more: Buying A Home With A Swimming Pool? Talk To Us First

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Swimming pool ownership means you will be making a lot of decisions throughout the course of the process. One of those decisions – which is typically a no-brainer – is whether you should have a single speed pool pump or a variable speed pool pump. The swimming pool contractors from Hawaiian Pool Builders understand that the investment in a variable speed pool pump is larger than a single speed, but the return on your investment is more than worth it.

Read more: The Benefits Of A Variable Speed Pump

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As your pool contractors explain, the main reason to winterize the swimming pool is to make sure it is protected from any damage that could occur during the cold, snowy months. A proper swimming pool closing will protect the pool and make the spring opening process easier.

Read more: Time for Swimming Pool Winterization

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You may not think about it when you swim at a pool at your vacation hotel, at the local YMCA or school swimming pool, but behind the scenes there is likely a swimming pool service contractor who is diligent about keeping the water free of bacteria and helping to keep you safe from any water borne illnesses. A recreational water illness, or RWI, could occur if you swim in water that isn’t free of bacteria and germs.

Read more: Pool Service Pros Keep Your Water Free From Harmful Bacteria

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