The warm, beautiful, and fun summer days have slowly faded away, leaving you with chillier weather and a lot less pool usage. You shouldn’t overlook your pool just because you aren’t using it as much as it still needs your attention.  When preparing your pool for less usage in the fall and winter months, you  Read More

In the coming months, it may become harder to purchase large amounts of chlorine for your pool. There’s a chlorine shortage across the country, and pool owners are beginning to take note. While this shortage is another side effect of the pandemic, it’s important to note that you still have options. Even though there is  Read More

A historic cold snap gripped Texas for almost a week in February. Many residents were without power and even drinkable water. It was a costly natural disaster and set thousands of records for low temperatures and overall cold duration.  As a result of the incredible cold, we experienced a hard freeze in Texas that damaged  Read More

Even with proper care and maintenance, a swimming pool in the Dallas area can still get out of balance and need a little adjusting. Your water chemistry is constantly changing due to environmental factors, usage, and even the toys you put in the pool. Learn five factors that play a major role in your swimming  Read More

It’s that time of year again when the outdoor temperature will begin to swan dive right on down to freezing or below freezing levels. While it’s still certainly possible to keep your pool up and running during these colder months, extra care needs to be taken to prepare your pool both during and after a  Read More

Luckily for those of us in warmer regions, there’s really no reason to “close” our pools during the colder months. There are a number of advantages to this, such as preserving the health of pumps and motors and being able to use the pool as a centerpiece for entertaining even if it’s too cold to  Read More