It’s spring, and you know what that means. The water fowl are back! Here are tips and tricks to keep the ducks and geese out of your pool.
We are your pool opening experts, and we are here to open your pool for you! It’s time to get on the schedule! Read more
Did you know that using phosphate testing to keep your phosphate levels low helps reduce pool problems?
Did you also know it’s important to consistently test for phosphates and maintain levels below 125ppb? In this article, we look at the importance of phosphate testing and removal. Read more
Taking care of your heart is extra important, and it’s something you hear a lot about in February since it’s National Heart Month.
Here at Townley Pool and Spa, we think about heart health all the time because swimming is our business, and it’s our favorite type of exercise. Read more
We think pool care should be easy, and with the BioGuard 3-Step program, it is just that. Keep your pool sparkling clear by following three easy steps. We look at traditional chlorine pools and salt pools in this article. Read more
Many pool owners have pool heaters, so they can extend their swimming pool season. Because of this, many pool owners wonder if it’s okay to leave their pools open during the winter.
While we do have many customers who leave their pools open, there are some important things to consider and to take care of all winter long.
Winterizing is, of course, your decision. What part of the country you live in also plays a vital role in this decision. Read more
Fall is the time when many of you close your pool. While it’s not time to close while the temps stay warm, it is time to think about it.
We’ve put together a list of 11 things you should do before closing your pool. Plan to start tackling this list about two weeks before closing day. Read more
You know that having a swimming pool requires maintenance. But, did you know that also means maintaining your pool deck area? In this article, we are going to look at the area between your pool and your deck where you might have some pool caulking.
We look at how to replace or repair pool caulk and how to know which route to take. Read more
It’s always better to close late and open early when it comes to your swimming pool.
Your pool water needs to be consistently below 65 degrees to avoid algae growth and other problems. Read more
Concentrate on these five things and you will have sparkling, clear water conditions and spend less time and money maintaining your pool.
In this article, we look at the five components to the best pool care. Follow them from opening to closing time, and you’ll have great water all season! Read more