All pools, no matter what sanitizer you use, need to be shocked regularly – ideally, once per week during warm weather. Remember, poor pool maintenance can create stressed-out pools that require more maintenance. Organic contaminants build up in every swimming pool over time; regular pool shock treatments eliminate contaminant build-up.
Archive for November, 2010
Swimming pool safety training should begin in infancy; the more comfortable your baby is in the water, the earlier she will learn to swim. Though no child should be in or near your swimming pool without an alert adult supervising, your child’s ability to swim could be a critical factor if an accident does occur. Helping your baby get comfortable in the water also provides relaxing, playful time in the pool that you and your child will enjoy.
Not all pool pumps are alike in quality, performance, or durability, and that’s where the Hayward Super Pump series stands out. These large-capacity, technologically efficient pool pumps combine cost-efficient design with sturdy construction to provide swimming pool owners with high-performance value.