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Do you know what makes your pool run? Are you confused by swimming pool basics? Or are you considering buying a pool and want to learn more before you do?

Knowing all the pieces of your swimming pool is an important part of knowing how to maintain your pool. Basically every swimming pool has four parts, and you want to take care of all of them to keep your pool in good working order all season long.

In this article, we help you get to know the basics of the swimming pool. Let’s look at the four parts. Read more

This is the Townley Pool and Spa proven method for getting rid of mustard algae in your swimming pool. Most people think it is dirt, dust, sand, or pollen at the bottom, but in fact, it is mustard algae. Follow this “laser guided” path on how to treat mustard algae for a crystal clear pool!

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Did you just buy a new home with a pool? Or, perhaps you just built a pool? If you’re wondering how to take care of it, we’ll come out to you, do pool school at your house and show you everything you need to know!

With pool school at your house, we come out for the cost of a service call, and show you what you need to know to care of your swimming pool including how to clean it, vacuum it, treat it, and more!

Ready for us to come out and give you your own private, personalized pool school? Contact us today!

Our president, David Townley, is at it again with your second pool care video. Watch as he discusses all the pollen in the air and your Skimmer Sock. 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

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

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.

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 pools as you can bet your chlorine levels are having a hard time staying level. Read more

Shock should be a regular part of your pool maintenance routine. Check out this video for more info.

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We recommend BioGuard Smart Shock and BioGuard Burnout 73!

 

As the centerpiece of your backyard and the hub of summer fun, you want to make sure your swimming pool is ready at all times.

You’ll find that you enjoy your pool more if it’s properly maintained. Plus, you’ll save money in the long run by establishing a summer pool maintenance schedule. 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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