May is National Water Safety Month

Living in a state where most everyone has a pool, makes it all the more important to be aware of water safety, and for children to know how to swim. The Centers for Disease Control report that here in the United States, on average, 3,536 people died from drowning...

Is My Pool Leaking?

During periods of dry weather, such as winter in Florida, you might notice your pool levels getting lower more often. Sometimes it’s as simple as it being a dry time and not raining very often. But it also could be more than normal evaporation.  Typical evaporation is...

Preparing Your Pool for Hurricane Irma

When preparing for an impending storm or hurricane, pool owners should take a few extra precautions. Here we have compiled a list some do’s and don’ts to help you out. While some tasks may seem like common sense, others may surprise you. DO Check the drainage of your...

5 Tips for Pools with High Water Levels

5 Tips for Pools with High Water Levels Due to the disastrous, record breaking rain over the weekend, some of you might be experiencing pools which are filled too high, or are already over flowing. There’s really nothing dangerous about having a pool which is filled...