Preparing Your Pool for a Hurricane

Preparing Your Pool for a Hurricane

Hurricane season is in full swing and South Florida is no stranger to these rare yet dangerous storms. If a hurricane should target your area, the best thing you can do is to get somewhere safe -- especially if you live near the coast or a river, where a storm surge or flooding is likely. But before you take shelter from the storm, here are a few tips to prepare your backyard swimming pool so it can weather the hurricane and remain intact when you return. Pool Service Fort Lauderdal...

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A Clean Pool Is a Status Symbol

A Clean Pool Is a Status Symbol

Imagine this scenario: You have invited a few close friends over for a backyard barbecue-slash-pool party. But when your guests arrive, they discover that your pool water is cloudy, the water temperature is too chilly, and the pool has algae growing on its sides. Embarrassing! Having a clean pool is more than just a safety issue. It's also a status symbol. When guests see that you have a sparkling clean pool that is well-maintained and properly cared for, it reflects positively on you. Po...

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Are You Ready for Some Football? Get Your Pool Ready, Too!

Are You Ready for Some Football? Get Your Pool Ready, Too!

All right, sports fans, it's nearly time for the football season to begin. Whether you are a college fan, a pro football fan, or both, the next few weeks are one of the most exciting times of the whole year. One of the best things about living in South Florida is that you can use your backyard swimming pool to host your fall football parties well into the season. The weather here is sunny and warm enough to enjoy for at least the first four to six games of the season, if not longer. So the...

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When Is It Time to Close the Pool for the Season?

When Is It Time to Close the Pool for the Season?

It may be the height of summer, but in just a few weeks the kids will be going back to school and for many homeowners it will be time to start thinking about shutting down the backyard swimming pool for the season. In South Florida, the temperatures are likely to remain warm enough to swim for many weeks or even months after its too cold in the rest of the country. So when is the best time to shut down your backyard pool for the season? Pool Service Fort Lauderdale -- Time and Temperature ...

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Preparing Your Pool for Summer’s Hottest Weather

Preparing Your Pool for Summer’s Hottest Weather

In South Florida, the weather is warm most of the year. That's what attracts so many visitors to this area in the first place. But in July and August, it can get really hot. And super humid. This combination can make being outdoors uncomfortable, to say the least. That's why in late summer it's more important than ever that your swimming pool is in optimal condition. Pool Service Pompano Beach -- Prepping for the Hottest Weather During the hottest time of the year, your pool needs the m...

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Getting Your Home Ready for Holiday Fun

Getting Your Home Ready for Holiday Fun

Summer is in full swing. And that means holiday party season is underway. Getting your home ready for guests requires a lot of planning. You need to make sure you have enough food, have plenty to drink, and that your home is clean and orderly. And if you have a backyard swimming pool, you also want to make sure that it is clean and safe for your guests to use. Pool Service Pompano Beach -- Pool Party Focal Point If you have a backyard swimming pool, you can be sure that it's going to...

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Don’t Wait to Clean Your Backyard Swimming Pool

Don’t Wait to Clean Your Backyard Swimming Pool

Waiting too long to clean your backyard swimming pool can put the health of your family, neighbors, or anybody else who uses it at risk. When your pool is noticeably dirty, you've already passed the point where it is safe for swimming. Bacteria, algae, mold, and other organisms that can grow in your pool's water, on its walls, in its pipes, and in other areas both seen and unseen can reproduce very quickly. By the time you see them, they already are growing at an alarming rate. Boca Raton ...

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How Often Should You Clean Your Pool? It Depends

How Often Should You Clean Your Pool? It Depends

The one question our outreach team always gets from new clients is, "How often should I have my pool cleaned?" The answer depends on a number of different factors. Pools come in different sizes. Some are used much more often than others. Then there are things to consider like weather, season, and other external factors that can influence the frequency of your pool cleaning. Our goal is to provide you with the cleanest, safest pool possible. So we will take all of these factors and more int...

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Protecting Your Pool from Debris

Protecting Your Pool from Debris

Backyard swimming pools offer the ideal environment for entertaining family and friends or simply sitting by yourself on a sunny summer day. But while you may use your pool only a few hours a week, the water in an outdoor pool is exposed to the elements 24 hours per day. That makes it vulnerable to debris such as falling leaves, bird droppings, and trash and other debris carried in on the wind. When debris gets into your pool's water, it quickly breaks down the chemical balance of the water, ...

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New Pool? Schedule Your First Pool Service Appointment Today!

New Pool? Schedule Your First Pool Service Appointment Today!

If you have recently installed a swimming pool in the backyard of your home or purchased a house that already has a pool, it's important to schedule a pool service appointment before using your pool for the first time. Homeowners who have never had a pool before may not be familiar with the necessary steps to prepare the pool for use by family and friends. A pool that hasn't been properly prepped by pool service professionals may not be safe and could even cause people to become sick. Pool...

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