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Swimming Pool Maintenance: How to Reduce Your Water Heating Costs

19 January 2018
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Maintaining the temperature of your swimming pool water is crucial for the comfort of your family. However, the heating bills can add up, and your monthly electrical or natural gas expenses can increase significantly. If you are struggling with managing your pool energy bills or are interested in making your home just a little more environmentally friendly, you should consider using these practical tips to reduce your water heating expenses.
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You Need to Work with Professional Pool Builders

12 January 2018
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Pools are a beautiful addition to any business or home compound, and yet a major investment. But, before you can set up a pool on your property, consider hiring expert pool builders. Other than the pool durability, efficiency and reliability perspective of it, below are reasons to work with professional designer pool builders. Drainage and health concerns Health is a key factor, that some ordinary pool contractors don't take into account when designing a structure.
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Two Extra Features You May Want to Add to Your Swimming Pool

12 January 2018
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If you have a swimming pool on your property, it might be worth adding a few extra features to it. Read on to find out more. Pool fencing Hiring a contractor to install a tall fence around the perimeter of your swimming pool is an effective way to deter people from swimming in it without your permission. This is a particularly important point to note if your neighbours have mischievous teenagers who might be tempted to take a dip in your pool when you're out of the house because if these individuals were to be physically hurt as a result of using your pool, you could potentially be held liable for their injuries (even if you did not agree to let them use it).
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Keeping Your Pool Water Clean

If you have a swimming pool installed on your property, you will want to ensure that the water is nice and clean. While it is easy to keep the water in your swimming pool clean during the summer. However, during the colder months when the pool is covered, it is easy for bacteria to grow on the surface of the water. I discovered this when I uncovered my pool on the first day of spring. I called a pool contractor and he was able to recommend the correct mix of chemicals needed to keep the water clean. I hope you like my blog.

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