Pool Stains

Swimming Pool Stains Freehold NJ

Most every pool owner has experienced pool staining at one time or another. Stains are usually either organic or metallic in nature. Organic stains develop when leaves, pecans, or the like, sit on the pool floor for an extended period of time. Metallic stains typically occur when the pH becomes too low, corroding the heater…

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Polaris Troubleshooting

Polaris Troubleshooting Freehold NJ

An automated pool cleaner is a vacuum cleaner intended to collect debris and sediment from swimming pools with minimal human intervention. There are several brands of these automatic cleaners, but the most common, and the one that we carry, is called a Polaris. In addition, there are several different models of Polaris pool cleaners, but…

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Phosphates Freehold NJ

What are phosphates?             Phosphates are pollutants, which provide a constant food source for algae. hat causes high phosphate levels?             There are many causes oh high phosphate levels, which includes: Rain Fertilizer Swimmer waste Decaying vegetation Municipal water Cosmetic items on bathers Other pool chemicals             Phosphates can contaminate your pool anytime any of…

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Is my swimming pool leaking?

Swimming Pool Leaking Freehold NJ

A common question that we hear from swimming pool owners has to do with water loss or leaks. Depending on the atmospheric conditions, you will lose up to ½ “ of water per 24 hour period through evaporation. Most of the time it will be less than this but it should never be more (assuming…

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Hot Tubs: How to purchase and how to finance

In the fast-paced society that we live in, it seems to be getting more difficult to find quality time to spend with family and friends. Tradition says that we should take a vacation to solve this problem, but even a vacation can create a whole new set of problems: cost, time pressures, travel pressures, security,…

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Different Types of Pool Filters

There are three main different types of filters. Sand             Sand is the easiest type of filter to maintain. Sand filters can filter down to 40 microns. Trapped dirt builds up in the sand until the water flow is greatly restricted, and makes it difficult for the filter to do its job. Then, the system…

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Determining The Size, Depth And Location of A Swimming Pool

Pool Size Freehold NJ

Most any year, regardless of its size, shape, or slope, can be fitted with a beautiful swimming pool. There are many factors concerning size, shape, and depth of pool that you need to consider before installing a pool. Following are some considerations to look at, all of which a pool designer will be glad to…

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Considering A Swimming Pool?

There are many things to consider when thinking about pool ownership.             A swimming pool is definitely not for everyone, and we do not believe that everyone should have a swimming pool. Owning a swimming pool is a commitment, much like having a motor home, boat, or lake house. For many pool owners, it is…

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Cleaning Your Swimming Pool

Cleaning Your Swimming Pool Freehold NJ

Cleaning procedures are a vital part of keeping a pool safe and beautiful. Cleaning the pool regularly and thoroughly will make the pool operate most efficiently and will lengthen the life of the pool structure and its filtration equipment. Following is a list of pool maintenance tools and how to use them to maintain a…

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Cleaning Your Filter

Cleaning Your Pool Filter Freehold NJ

In order for pools to remain clean and clear, they must be both biologically clean and physically clean. Biologically clean water is water that is free from harmful bacteria. Biologically clean water is achieved by maintaining proper water chemistry. Physically clean water is water that is free of particulate matter (particles and contaminants In the…

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