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5 Pool Water Conservation Tips for Dallas Area Pool Owners

Having a swimming pool in the Dallas area does mean needing to use more water than the average non pool owner. But pool owners can be smart about how they preserve their water and significantly decrease their pool water loss by practicing these 5 pool water conservation tips:

  1. Cover Your Pool

You will lose a lot of water during the hot summer months due to water evaporation. By covering your pool whenever it is not in use, you can reduce this evaporation by as much as 97%. This means less pool refills, as well as better pool water heat retention and less debris in your water.

  1. Routinely Check for Leaks

When performing your regular maintenance rounds, see if there is any pool water in places it shouldn’t be. A soggy lawn or inexplicable changes in water levels may indicate a pool leak. Check the pool and its components, and strongly consider calling a professional to investigate and repair your pool.

  1. Refill Your Pool in Spring and Fall

Choosing to refill your pool in early spring and November rather than during the summer time will result in less water wasted due to evaporation. Another benefit is that since water isn’t in such high demand during these seasons, most can fill their pool in the spring or fall more inexpensively than if they do so during the summer.

  1. Don’t Overfill

While on the topic of refilling the pool, make sure that you do not unnecessarily overfill your pool. Grab your hose and add only whatever inches are necessary on the day you are scheduled to water your lawn. Some may choose to use an auto-fill device, though a hose timer is usually more accurate.

  1. Add Splash Troughs

Splashing during the summer months is usually the primary cause of losing significant amounts of pool water in a week. Pool owners can minimize their water loss by having splash troughs installed around the pool. These very shallow lanes are able to capture most water that has splashed or spilled out of the pool and then channel the water directly into your pool.

 

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Riverbend Sandler is a Dallas pool builder, remodel and service provider, serving Plano, Dallas and surrounding areas for over 30 years. Riverbend Sandler is an award winning pool builder providing quality construction and excellent customer service for over 30 years.

With the mission of “Creating Lifetime Pools for Lifetime Customers”, Riverbend Sandler Pools remains a family-run company dedicated to the ideals that only a personal commitment can uphold. Through award-winning design, high-tech construction processes, conscientious customer care and on-going support, we pride ourselves on keeping customers for life!

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Saltwater Pool vs. Chlorine Pool: Which is Best for You?

If you’re on the market for a new swimming pool, then you’ve likely at least considered a chlorinated pool over a saltwater pool, or vice versa.  Both come with their own set of advantages that make them more suitable to a household’s lifestyle, so let’s dig right in and look at what features may make one better for your family over the other:

The Advantages of a Saltwater Pool

Rather than use chlorine tablets, dissolved salt is used to both clean and sanitize your pool.  Not only is this way of cleaning the pool more budget-friendly, but saltwater pools also often require less maintenance than a chlorinated pool.

What many people don’t understand, however, is that saltwater pools don’t leave you with the “feel” of just emerging from the ocean.  In fact, saltwater pools still have chlorine in it since chlorine is a byproduct of salt!  But the major benefit of saltwater is that you’re able to reap the benefits of a chlorinated pool without using as many chemicals.  Because of this, these pools are thought to be safer for the skin, hair, and less damaging to our bathing suits than chlorine.

The Advantages of a Chlorinated Pool

Many will attest to the fact that chlorine is better at cleaning up any bacteria in the water than a saltwater-based pool.  It’s also faster to act if there are bacteria present, or if the pH levels of pool water happen to be off. Clearing up the water is also significantly faster, taking only a day or two versus 3 to 5 days.

Here’s another advantage that makes chlorinated pools a winner in many households: they’re easier to operate.  All you need to do is add some tablets to your pool system and your pump or a floating disbursement device will spread it through the water for you – it doesn’t get easier than that!

 

ABOUT THE COMPANY

Riverbend Sandler is a Dallas pool builder, remodel and service provider, serving Plano, Dallas and surrounding areas for over 30 years. Riverbend Sandler is an award winning pool builder providing quality construction and excellent customer service for over 30 years.

With the mission of “Creating Lifetime Pools for Lifetime Customers”, Riverbend Sandler Pools remains a family-run company dedicated to the ideals that only a personal commitment can uphold. Through award-winning design, high-tech construction processes, conscientious customer care and on-going support, we pride ourselves on keeping customers for life!

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Your Pool’s Water Level is More Important than You May Realize

Many pool owners top up their pool water frequently during the summer because that’s what their builder told them to do. But many people don’t really know what the correct water level is or why it is so important.

What’s the Correct Water Level?

When assessing your pool’s water level, use the skimmer as your guide. Your pool water level should reach one third to one half of the way up the pool skimmer’s opening. A pool skimmer operates most efficiently when covered halfway with pool water.

The Problem with Too Much Water in Your Pool

If your pool water level completely covers the opening of your skimmer, then floating debris like leaves and insects can’t get in, so your skimmer cannot clean your pool water effectively. Half of the pool skimmer opening should be above the water line to allow water to circulate properly so that debris can be drawn in. Debris left in the pool creates water chemistry issues and an unhealthy swimming environment.

The Dangers of a Low Water Level

When your water level is too low, the skimmer takes in too much air. This causes problems with your pool system and will eventually cause the pump motor to burn out- a high price to pay for a simple mistake.

Maintaining the Right Levels

It’s important to monitor your pool’s water level during times of heavy rain, hot spells when evaporation occurs, and during times of high swimmer load. Lots of swimmers means lots of splashing, and you’ll be surprised at how quickly your water level drops. Ironically, it’s also during these times that your pool’s circulation needs to be at its best because water chemistry issues are more common in these conditions.

Topping off your pool manually can take time and keeping up with it can be a hassle. The A&A Quik Water Leveler is a low-cost addition that can be easily installed into your pool to automatically maintain the proper water level so no longer have to worry about it. It drains and fills your pool as needed so you go out of town during heat waves or heavy storms and never have to worry about your backyard flooding or your pump burning out from low water. It also mounts flush with your pool deck so that you never even know it’s there. We recommend it for any pool owners who have a busy schedule and do not want the worry or the hassle of water level maintenance. Call us today for more information or to schedule an installation.

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ABOUT THE COMPANY

Riverbend Sandler is a Dallas pool builder, remodel and service provider, serving Plano, Dallas and surrounding areas for over 30 years. Riverbend Sandler is an award winning pool builder providing quality construction and excellent customer service for over 30 years.

With the mission of “Creating Lifetime Pools for Lifetime Customers”, Riverbend Sandler Pools remains a family-run company dedicated to the ideals that only a personal commitment can uphold. Through award-winning design, high-tech construction processes, conscientious customer care and on-going support, we pride ourselves on keeping customers for life!

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Long-Term Pool Maintenance Tips

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Are you considering putting your dream pool into your backyard space? Or, do you already own a glimmering custom pool that you love seeing on a daily basis? It is important to realize that your big dream requires some proactive effort in order to keep it from becoming a big disaster. Without proper long-term care and maintenance, your pool can turn from a refreshing oasis to a breeding ground for bacteria. It can also morph into quite the eyesore, a far cry from the crystal clear waters of your original dream.

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What Is a Variable Speed Pump and Should You Invest in One?

As a pool owner, you want to make sure that your pool is running as efficiently as possible in terms of energy usage and costs. When it comes to pumps, a variable speed pump can be a cost saving option to consider. A variable speed pump is a pump that runs at more than one speed. There are many different brands and types, some of which run at two or three speeds all the way up to those that offer eight different speeds. Some of the pumps are even programmable, which makes them a cost effective choice in the long run for many pool owners.

The decision of whether or not to purchase a variable speed pump is not an easy choice for most pool owners. Unfortunately, though most brands of variable speed pumps are a good option when it comes to long-term savings and energy efficiency, the upfront costs can be much higher than traditional swimming pool pumps.

The first thing you need to look at when considering a variable speed pump is your energy bill. If you are spending more than you think you should to keep your pool pump going and to heat your pool, consider making a switch to a variable speed pump. Since these pumps run at various speeds, they will use less energy than a traditional pump that may run at full speed all of the time. This change could reduce your pool energy costs by 50%!

The other factor to consider is the upfront cost of a variable speed pump. Since there are many different brands and types on the market, it may seem difficult to do a cost comparison, but they can be more expensive than a traditional pump. The trade-off may be worth it though when you look at long-term savings versus initial cost. Another factor that may be the deciding one for you is that a variable speed pump is much quieter because of the new technology. There are a lot of factors to consider, but if you can swing the initial cost, a variable speed pump is a great purchase.

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ABOUT THE COMPANY

Riverbend Sandler is a Dallas pool builder, remodel and service provider, serving Plano, Dallas and surrounding areas for over 30 years. Riverbend Sandler is an award winning pool builder providing quality construction and excellent customer service for over 30 years.

With the mission of “Creating Lifetime Pools for Lifetime Customers”, Riverbend Sandler Pools remains a family-run company dedicated to the ideals that only a personal commitment can uphold. Through award-winning design, high-tech construction processes, conscientious customer care and on-going support, we pride ourselves on keeping customers for life!

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3 Dallas Swimming Pool Repairs You Shouldn’t Put Off

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For most pool owners, the benefits of having a swimming pool greatly outweigh the responsibilities. Though it quickly becomes apparent that it takes work to keep a pool clean and enjoyable, most homeowners soon become familiar with the necessary tasks and are able to settle into an easy routine. However, even when a pool owner does a good job of keeping a pool well maintained, there will be times when a pool needs repairs. Some basic Dallas swimming pool repairs you will be able to do on your own, but when you are not able to fix the problem, it is time to call in a professional. Certain issues can lead to serious problems if left too long. Here are 3 Dallas pool repairs you should address as soon as possible.

A Pool Leak

The first type of problem that requires immediate attention is a leak in the pool. InDallas pool repairs addition to the water expense of continually refilling the pool, leaks can also quickly cause costly damage to nearby structures including your home, as erosion under or around a foundation can cause cracking and other destructive conditions. There are many different places from which the pool may be leaking, including the plumbing, equipment, light niches, and cracks in the plaster or waterline tile. Even if there is visible water in a particular area that seems to indicate a leak, it is always best to call in a trained professional to locate the leak and fix the issue. Professional leak detectors are trained in the use of sophisticated methods and specialized equipment that specifically pinpoint leaks, saving wasted time and money in more imprecise trial and error.

Poor Pool Filtration

Problems with the pool’s filtration system are also on the list of issues that need attention right away to avoid an unsafe swimming environment as well as conditions that can cause damage to the pool and other equipment. Pumps repeatedly losing prime or making unusual noises, or sluggish or stopped water returns can all be symptoms of a filtration problem. Solutions can be as simple as a filter cleaning or as complex as replacing a pump or filter, but calling in an expert with experience in diagnosing issues is almost always the best course of action. Remember that pool plumbing is a highly pressurized system and should only be worked on by a knowledgeable professional. If you begin to hear loud whining noises coming from the equipment area, turn the filter pump off immediately and call a pool specialist.

Cracked or Damaged Light Fixtures

Though electrocutions from faulty pool lighting are very rare, you should practice regular inspections of older pool and spa lights. If you notice water inside a pool light cover or an underwater lighting fixture that is cracked, corroded or damaged, or if you experience flickering pool lights, remove all swimmers from the pool immediately and call a qualified swimming pool technician to investigate and repair the issue. Do nPool lightot allow access to your pool until it has been verified to be safe. If you have a pool cover, cover the pool while waiting as an added precaution. You can never be too careful when it comes to electrical wiring- especially in your swimming pool.

Many pool owners put off repairs because of the possible expense, but when it comes to your pool, ignorance is never bliss. Pool repairs are often less costly if addressed as soon as you become aware of a problem. Putting repairs off can lead to worsened conditions, causing more extensive work or even damage to other elements of the pool. If you suspect your pool needs repair work, call the professionals at Riverbend Sandler on (972) 985-2373 to efficiently identify the problem and provide the best and most cost-effective solution. You will be glad you did, and will reap the rewards of a safe, beautiful pool to enjoy for years to come!

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Riverbend Sandler is a Dallas pool builder, remodel and service provider, serving Plano, Dallas and surrounding areas for over 30 years. Riverbend Sandler is an award winning pool builder providing quality construction and excellent customer service for over 30 years.

With the mission of “Creating Lifetime Pools for Lifetime Customers”, Riverbend Sandler Pools remains a family-run company dedicated to the ideals that only a personal commitment can uphold. Through award-winning design, high-tech construction processes, conscientious customer care and on-going support, we pride ourselves on keeping customers for life!

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Which Pool Cover is Right for You?

Which Pool Cover is Right for You

Having a pool in your backyard can provide endless enjoyment and opportunities for a healthier lifestyle, but it also requires maintenance and introduces safety issues. Selecting the right pool cover will help reduce maintenance and eliminate safety concerns. You just need to decide which pool cover is right for you.

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There are several factors to consider when determining which pool cover is right for you. You will need to consider budget, pool shape, pool placement and safety concerns.

Basic Needs Covered

Pool covers come in a variety of fabrications, sizes and installation methods. These all affect the price of the pool cover. Manufacturers provide a budget line in a thinner gauge vinyl or mesh. These options are less sturdy, but will provide protection from leaves and debris while also providing some safety for small children and pets. Economy options come in specific sizes and shapes based on your needs, but are not going to provide adequate coverage for custom pool shapes. They are tied down with anchors, but the thinner material will be more mobile than solid covers and allow small pets or debris to get underneath.

Solid and Secure

If you require a more secure pool cover or a cover that fits a custom shape, you can expect a much higher price tag. Heavy duty pool covers are much more costly, but are much safer. They are constructed of materials that are solid and can hold adult weight easily, making them perfect if you have small children, wandering pets, or stray animals in the area. Heavy duty safety pool covers will fasten to the deck or patio around the pool with anchors making them more secure. These options also provide additional protection from the sun which prohibits algae growth reducing maintenance costs. You can also get these custom covers in retractable versions for an easy on-off process.

Solar Covers

Another pool cover option are solar covers. These do not provide safety for small children or pets, but are an economical option for protecting the water and limiting the amount of debris that enters the pool. Solar covers can be mounted on a roll at the end of the pool and pulled across the pool in the evening to trap heat and limit debris falling into the pool. There are also solar cover discs that can be placed in the pool and configured for custom shapes and hot tubs.

While a pool cover is a must have for maintenance and safety, it’s not enough of a safety barrier on its own. The US Consumer Product Safety Commission recommends multiple layers of protection, and suggests in addition to pool covers, that you install a safety fence around your pool area.

There are many options of pool covers available. You will need to consider your needs and determine which pool cover is right for you. For more updates like us on Facebook.

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Riverbend Sandler is a Dallas pool builder, remodel and service provider, serving Plano, Dallas and surrounding areas for over 30 years. Riverbend Sandler is an award winning pool builder providing quality construction and excellent customer service for over 30 years.

With the mission of “Creating Lifetime Pools for Lifetime Customers”, Riverbend Sandler Pools remains a family-run company dedicated to the ideals that only a personal commitment can uphold. Through award-winning design, high-tech construction processes, conscientious customer care and on-going support, we pride ourselves on keeping customers for life!

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Pool Water Chemistry Explained

You don’t have to be a water chemistry professional to understand the science behind how chemicals keep your pool water safe. Adding the appropriate chemicals to your pool is vital because it helps the filters keep your pool clean and safe for swimming. By carefully manipulating the pool water chemistry in your pool, you can keep dangerous bacteria from thriving and making your family sick during a routine summer swim.

To eliminate unwanted pathogens and bacteria, the first step is to add a disinfecting agent to the water. The most common way to handle this is with chlorine as a solid in calcium hypochlorite or a liquid in sodium hypochlorite. When you add these compounds to your pool, the chlorine kills any bacteria that might be lurking in the water. You can add chlorine to your pool using a chemical feeder right after the filtering process. If you don’t use a chemical feeder, you can add it directly to the pool by placing chlorine tablets in skimmer boxes. However, this method is generally not as safe because it makes the chlorine levels much more concentrated in the area around the box.

Most common pool chlorines are created with a stabilizing agent like cyanauric acid. This helps to prevent any reaction from exposure to sunlight and it keeps the chlorine from degrading as quickly.

Another important element of pool chemistry is the pH level. You can use simple strips to test the water’s pH levels and decide whether you need to adjust the amount of chlorine. If the water is too acidic, it can cause corrosion on your metal ladder and even lead to skin irritation for swimmers. On the other hand, water that is too alkaline can become cloudy and lead to scaling on the surface of the pool.

Regularly test the pH level of your pool water and you can easily see whether your chlorine is doing the job or if you need to adjust the amount you add.Target water readings for swimming pool water chemistry

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Riverbend Sandler is a Dallas pool builder, remodel and service provider, serving Plano, Dallas and surrounding areas for over 30 years. Riverbend Sandler is an award winning pool builder providing quality construction and excellent customer service for over 30 years.

With the mission of “Creating Lifetime Pools for Lifetime Customers”, Riverbend Sandler Pools remains a family-run company dedicated to the ideals that only a personal commitment can uphold. Through award-winning design, high-tech construction processes, conscientious customer care and on-going support, we pride ourselves on keeping customers for life!

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Keep Your Pool Sparkling with Our Summer Water Chemistry Checklist

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In order for you and your family to enjoy all the benefits of having a Dallas pool, you must keep your swimming pool maintained throughout the year. While it can be easy to overlook your pool during the summer months, this is a time when you need to stay vigilant about proper upkeep. When it comes to proper maintenance, there is nothing more important than good swimming pool water chemistry.

Your pool water can change very quickly and if you are not routinely checking the pH balance, the chlorination levels, or the calcium levels, you could potentially find yourself in a sticky situation. There are five things that you have to monitor with your pool’s chemistry: chlorine, stabilizer, pH, alkalinity, and calcium.

The most common sanitizer for pool owners, chlorine helps kill bacteria and it keeps your water clear. It is recommended that you keep your chlorine levels around the 1.0 parts per million or ppm for short. Chlorine comes in tablet form, granular form, as well as liquid form.

A stabilizer is a type of acid that is used in swimming pools to help your chlorine work better and last longer. The sun will break down chlorine over time, and stabilizer keeps this from becoming too much of an issue. It is best to keep your stabilizer around 40 ppm. This chemical is typically used 3-4 times throughout the year.

Alkalinity is a measure of the carbonates and bicarbonates in your pool. It is a good idea to keep this level in the range of 80-120 ppm. When kept in the safe range, this will allow you to better control your pool’s pH balance.

The pH level of your water is a measure of the baseness or acidity of your water. The best pH level for a pool water is in the 7.4-7.6 range. Not only will a proper pH level allow the chlorine to work better, but it will help maintain the integrity of your pool.

Calcium tests will measure the hardness or softness of your water. The acceptable range varies, but most will agree that the best range is between 180-220 ppm.

Pool maintenance can be an easy if you practice the right process. Water chemistry is one important element in pool maintenance and should never be missed. Call us today and allow us to help you with our pool maintenance services.

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ABOUT THE COMPANY

Riverbend Sandler is a Dallas pool builder, remodel and service provider, serving Plano, Dallas and surrounding areas for over 30 years. Riverbend Sandler is an award winning pool builder providing quality construction and excellent customer service for over 30 years.

With the mission of “Creating Lifetime Pools for Lifetime Customers”, Riverbend Sandler Pools remains a family-run company dedicated to the ideals that only a personal commitment can uphold. Through award-winning design, high-tech construction processes, conscientious customer care and on-going support, we pride ourselves on keeping customers for life!

For more Dallas pool builder tips, subscribe to their blog and ‘Like’ them on Facebook. For pool design photos and inspiration, visit the photo gallery on their website, and see what Riverbend Sandler’s pool design and construction team can do for you.

How to Open Your Pool in the Spring

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As spring approaches, you will be faced with the challenge of knowing how to open your pool. This can be a daunting task for many people, so we have put together a simple step-by-step plan to help you through this process.

1. Add Swimming Pool Chemicals Before You Open Your Pool

Make sure you have all needed chemicals before starting, including chlorine and algaecide. If you do not have all of your needed chemicals, you will not be able to open your pool properly.

2. Pool Cover

Removing the swimming pool cover will require some time. If your pool has been covered with a solid cover, you will need to drain any standing water with a pump. Make sure that you remove as much water and debris as possible, as this will make your life easier when the cover actually comes off. After the cover has been removed it is always a good idea to wash your cover with a strong cleaner. Allow the cover to dry before folding and storing for the season.

3. Pool Water

Remove any skimmer guards and winter plugs that might have been installed. Fill your pool with clean, fresh water to the normal level.

4. Pool Equipment

Now is the time to reattach and startup any pool equipment that may have been disconnected. Make sure your pump and filter is connected properly. It is always a good idea to lubricate any and all O-rings. This will minimize cracking and drying out issues. Check your debris baskets for any issues. Finally, make sure your lines are open before starting the pump. If you have removed your ladders and ropes prior to the winter months, this is the time to reinstall them.

5. Swimming Pool Debris

Now is the time to remove any large debris from the pool. Do not attempt to vacuum this debris, as it will only lead to problems. Once the large debris has been removed, you may begin the process of vacuuming.

6. Shocking the Pool

Once the pool has been cleaned of all debris, it is a good idea to shock the pool. Shocking the pool is the process of using more than the normal requirement of chlorine. Follow the guide on your chemicals and allow the pool water to circulate for 24 hours. If you have questions regarding the best shock treatment, feel free to contact us any time.

7. Pool Chemistry

Once the pool has circulated for 24 hours, you will need to check the water stability. This involves checking the pH balance, hardness, as well as the salinity of your swimming pool water.

 8. Enjoy

Once the hard work is done, your pool is clean and you can now relax in your own personal oasis.

Spring is one of the best time to enjoy the pool with your family. Make sure to apply all safety precautions and prepare all necessary things to ensure that you will be able to enjoy your pool to the fullest. Visit our website for more tips and ideas.

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Riverbend Sandler is a Dallas pool builder, remodel and service provider, serving Plano, Dallas and surrounding areas for over 30 years. Riverbend Sandler is an award winning pool builder providing quality construction and excellent customer service for over 30 years.

With the mission of “Creating Lifetime Pools for Lifetime Customers”, Riverbend Sandler Pools remains a family-run company dedicated to the ideals that only a personal commitment can uphold. Through award-winning design, high-tech construction processes, conscientious customer care and on-going support, we pride ourselves on keeping customers for life!

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