Salt Water vs. Fresh Water Swimming Pool Maintenance
Both saltwater and most fresh pools use some form of chlorine to keep water clean, clear and bacteria free. In freshwater pools, liquid chlorine is added as needed. Swimming pool owners using the Caribbean Clear Copper & Silver ionization system (more…)
Original Article by: July 6, 2016, 12:15:39 PM
Sun & Chlorine in South Florida are a Bad Combination
The ultimate summer day in South Florida is when a good portion of it is spent lounging at the pool. And while you’ll log in some quality reading hours and rack up some great summery Instagrams (hello, inflatable swan!), spending too much time (more…)
Karen Maserjian Shan
For the Poughkeepsie Journal 6:53 p.m. EDT June 13, 2015
Splashing around in a backyard swimming pool certainly is a fun way to beat the summer’s heat.
Yet homeowner swimming pools typically require plenty of water and power and harsh chemicals to keep them in top shape, all of which can have a negative impact on the environment. (more…)
MISSION, Kan., May 26, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — (Family Features) For many families, some of the most anticipated summertime activities happen around the pool. But before you dive into the fun, be sure you and your family know the many ways to practice pool safety.
Regularly swimming in chlorinated pools can increase your risk of asthma and other health issues.
Asthma very common among Olympic-level Swimmers