Do you have frogs in your pool?

If so, you aren’t alone. Frogs are one of the most common swimming pool pests. After all, these amphibious creatures are attracted to water.

One of the worst things about finding frogs in your pool is stumbling across the dead ones. It’s no fun to remove them, and you (and your kids) might find the task a little depressing.

So, in this article, we talk about how to keep frogs out of your pool. Read more

You know it’s time for a pool party as the kids are heading back to school.

Just because the school doors are opening, it doesn’t mean summer pool fun is over. You’ve got plenty of days of beautiful, warm weather left.

To help you throw the best shindig, we’ve put together some back to school pool party planning ideas, just for you. Read more

You’ve got a beautiful pool in your backyard. Perhaps it came with the house when you bought it, or perhaps you had it installed.

Either way, it’s not only a property investment, but it’s an investment in your family’s health and wellness. It’s the memory maker right in your own backyard. Read more

As students start getting ready to go back to school this month, we’d like to provide a list of the ABC’s of pool care. You may have heard of some of these terms, and some of them may be new to you.

Either way, if you have questions, please give us a call or stop by. We are always here to help when it comes to maintaining your pool and choosing the right chemicals! Read more

Love swimming but want to add some variety to your exercise routine? Try water aerobics! It’s a great way to enjoy the benefits of a strenuous workout without stressing or injuring your body!

Not only is water aerobics a great cardio exercise, but it provides strength-resistance training that is gentle on your joints. The water’s buoyancy makes aerobic exercises, stretches, and other movements easier on your body, so you eenjooy a great workout with less pain.

Let’s get moving with water aerobics. Read more

Just what are the dog days of summer? Historically, those are the hottest, most uncomfortable days of summer, usually in July and August.

During the days of Greek and Roman mythology, these days followed the heliacal rising (occurs annually when it first becomes visible above the eastern horizon for a brief moment just before sunrise) of the start Sirius, and this was connected to heat, drought, sudden thunderstorms, lethargy, fever, bad luck, and you guessed it – mad dogs. Read more

If you’re like most of us, you’re very busy, and that leaves little time to bring us a water sample for testing.

And, yet, there your pool sits. While it may look like everything is just fine, looks can be deceiving, and this is where the water test comes in. Read more

Once July rolls around, you’ve probably been enjoying your pool for at least a month, and this brings us about half-way through summer swimming season.

It also makes it time for some special care when it comes to your mid-summer pool treatment. Read more

We’re in the middle of pool season, pool parties are happening nearly every weekend.

Are you looking for some new ideas to liven up your pool parties and do something unique? We’ve put together some ideas for the most creative pool party to get you started.

Pick from small, quiet parties to loud, active, raucous fun! Read more

Sometimes swimming leaves swimmers with red, itchy eyes or a skin rash. Oftentimes, people mistakenly think this is solely due to too much chlorine in the water.

If you have red, itchy eyes, you can most likely blame it on the pee, poop and sweat in the in water. Let’s uncover this mystery… Read more