You’ve got a lot to take care of when it comes to your swimming pool, but many pool owners forget one thing – their vinyl liner.

While the maintenance of the vinyl liner is very minimal, you do want to take care of it so it’s around for a good long time.

In this article, we look at taking care of your vinyl liner. Here’s a checklist to help you keep it in good shape. 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

Let’s face it, sometimes your pool water is too hot to swim in the summer, and it’s often too cold to swim in the spring and fall. The good news is that you do have options!

With the HeatPro® Heat/Cool Pool Heat Pump, you can cool your swimming pool water on those hot summer days, and you can have a longer swimming season with the pool heater.

So, you have the best of both worlds: a warm pool in the spring and fall, and a cool pool in the heat of summer!

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The Hayward HeatPro® Heat/Cool Pool Heat Pump

If you want both heating and cooling from a heat pump, this is the perfect one for you. With both heat and cool options, you have efficient temperature regulation at your fingertips.

Not only is this pump rugged and energy efficient, but it’s quiet and definitely takes care of your needs.

With this Hayward pump, you can extend your swimming season, making your pool available in cool and warm months. You enjoy perfectly regulated water temperatures all year long.

You can also count on a pump that’s built so well it can withstand harsh climates and the worst chemistry conditions. You get trouble-free performance.

Now let us look at some of the benefits of a heat pump.

Heat Pumps Save You Money

All Hayward heat pumps can save you up to 80% in operating costs compared with gas heaters. What’s more, the Hayward heater pays for itself in just one year.

The heat pump is efficient because it takes heat out of the air and uses it to warm the water in your pool. This eliminates wasted energy and is very energy efficient.When cooling your pool, the pump reverses the process. In cooling mode, your heat pump pulls heat of the water and puts it back into the air. The best part – you set your water temperature, and the pump keeps it there.

Final Thoughts

If you want to extend your pool season during the cooler months while also keeping your pool water temperature cooler in the heat of the summer, we’ve got the answer!

Come see us today and let us help you find just what you need!

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We proudly carry BioGuard pool chemicals for the health of your pool!

Watch as David explains how you can keep your pool cool…with a pool fountain!

f you’re interested in learning more about how to keep your pool cool, come see us today! We can help you find just what you need!

We carry BioGuard pool products! Contact us today for the best pool chemicals in Little Rock!

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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

It’s sunny, and it’s hot.  These two things together are great for summertime swimming, but there are some things you need to know when it comes to your pool and chlorine demand.

In this article, we look at the effects of sun and heat on your pool. It’s important to watch your pool during our hot, cloudless days as you can bet your chlorine levels are having a hard time staying level. Your pool simply uses more chlorine on hot days.

What’s more, the sun can make your pool water cloudy. This means you need one of our filter cleaning services or a sand filter change. 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

There’s no doubting it’s hot in July in Little Rock, but you may still want to exercise outdoors. Here’s how you can you do it and stay cool at the same time.

In this article, we look at exercise to beat the heat. Do them right in or beside your pool to stay cool while doing them!

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You’ve had the guests. Your pool has seen a ton of people. Your bather loads were through the roof. Now what?

Well, just like you are most likely having to clean your house and your backyard, you need to clean your swimming pool, too.

Let’s look at your pool maintenance after the pool party. Read more

It’s time to get planning for your holiday pool party and BBQ. If you want to make this party an event to remember, we’ve got all the tools you need for a stellar bash.

Here are all the ingredients for the best Fourth of July pool party and BBQ! Read more