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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

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

We’re halfway through the pool season, and it’s time to take a look at your swimming pool and your Polaris pool cleaner. You want to make sure everything is in great working order before the leaves start falling in a few months.

Since it’s time for mid-season pool maintenance, let’s look at some tips. Read more

We all love swimming in our pools during the summer to cool off from the heat, but what do you do when your swimming pool water is hot?

In this article, we take a look at how to keep your pool cool so it’s still the refreshing oasis on an otherwise hot and humid day. Read more

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

You want a carefree, trouble-free pool season, right? If so, you want to take a look at these five keys to pool care to help you stay on top of your maintenance for a great summer!

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It takes more than a super hero to keep your pool in tip top shape come late summer, especially with Labor Day looming on the horizon. Yet, this is the time to step up your pool maintenance.

While August and September are busy months, and you aren’t using your pool quite as much, there are still plenty of weeks of swimming enjoyment left, especially if you have a pool heater. 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

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

If you’re like most of us these days, you’re really busy. Time is at a premium, and when you’re not working, exercising or sleeping, you want to spend what remains of your free time with your family.

For pool owners, that can be hard if you’re having to maintain your pool yourself. Are you spending more time taking care of your pool than relaxing in it? Read more