Peeling liners, cracked tiles, drab cement, and an outdated design could make your pool a money pit and eye sore for your entire property.
Here’s why it’s worth it to remodel your backyard pool.
Warm Climate Homes Need Pools
If you live in or near Miami, then you know how much everyone in the area loves swimming pools. A private pool to cool off and splash around in is a staple in homes situated in hot environments. Keep it current! It may be time for a remodel to make sure your backyard isn’t looking dated. … Continue reading
You can easily do a lot of pool cleaning and maintenance on your own. Still, there are some good reasons why you might want to hand the reins over to a professional.
Be Alerted to Potentially Serious Problems
You may not notice small changes in your swimming pool as they happen over time. The only time you’re around the pool is when you’re in it splashing around. If you don’t pay close attention to its condition, then you risk developing some serious problems overnight. … Continue reading
Identifying a leak in your pool is critical, since the lost water can cause significant damage to the structures around it.
How do you know if there’s a leak in your Miami swimming pool? Look for these signs… … Continue reading
As summer draws closer, it’s time to start preparing your backyard pool.
But splashing under the sun comes with a shadow of danger. The CDC states that children ages 1-4 are at the greatest risk for drowning. Sadly, most of these tragedies occur in home swimming pools before parents’ eyes.
To ensure a fun-filled swimming season, you want to keep the environment around your pool as safe as possible, so that everyone can enjoy it! … Continue reading
Chlorine burns eyes, stings skin, discolors hair and clothing, and just smells bad.
While you do need to have some chemical agents in pool water to keep it hygienic, you want to keep the chlorine to a limit.
So here are some of the best ways to keep your pool clean without adding chlorine chemicals. … Continue reading
One of the most frequent complaints pool technicians hear is that the pool pump is not working properly or not working at all. There can be a number of reasons that the pump is malfunctioning. When the pump is broken, the water will not be passing through the filter, making it vital to get the pump back in working order as quickly as possible. Here are some of the most common pool pump problems: … Continue reading
Swimming pool waterfalls add a beautiful focal point to any pool. Waterfalls are often added for their spa-like tranquility, to bring in nature, or even as a creative way to hide something unsightly within or beyond the pool.
In addition to adding style and elegance, waterfall features serve a number of useful purposes, including: … Continue reading
If your pool could use an update, one of the first places to start is with the pool deck area. Giving your pool deck a makeover can completely transform the entire look and feel of your outdoor space. Once you set a budget for how much you are willing to spend, it is time to get the wheels rolling in terms of design. … Continue reading
If you are thinking of beating the Miami heat next summer with a new swimming pool, now is the time to start asking yourself what kind of pool you want. It is important to really understand why you want a pool in order to determine the type of pool you wish to install in your backyard. Is your pool strictly for cooling off, or will you be using it for entertaining purposes, will it be used for exercise or therapy – or all of the above? Knowing how you will use your pool will give you and your pool company a better idea of how to achieve your goals. … Continue reading
When you choose to have a pool put in your back yard or you purposefully buy a house with a pool, you want to protect your investment. What many people do not know is that it is almost certain that your pool will leak at some point. Even a small crack in your pool’s walls or floor can allow massive amounts of water to escape – costing you a good deal of money and taking the enjoyment out of your pool. … Continue reading