Thinking about not closing your pool in winter because it seems overwhelming? It's not only easy, it's necessary for your pool's—and your—health and safety.
If you know which pool chemicals to use and when, and how to balance your pool chemistry, you're well on your way to being an expert pool owner.
Got algae? Need a workout? Grab a pole, flex those muscles, and learn how to vacuum your pool by hand to keep it healthy, clean, and swimmable.
Have you found the perfect pool temperature yet? Everyone has an opinion, but we did the research. Learn how to set it, maintain it, and save money.
Looking for how to raise the pH in your hot tub? Or maybe how to lower the pH in your hot tub? Well, look no further. It's all right here.
You've probably heard phosphate remover is essential to pool care. We did some research and the truth is, it's not. Learn why you should save your money.
Think you can just cover your above ground pool, and it'll be fine until spring? Think again. Do just a few more things, and opening will be a breeze.
Winterizing an Intex pool is similar to closing an above ground pool, with just a few minor but important differences. Make sure you winterize it correctly.
Is your water too hard or too soft? Learn what you need to do to lower the calcium hardness level in your pool so you don't get buildup in your pool.
Sanitizer alone won't prevent an invasion of algae in your pool. Get rid of algae and keep it from coming back so you can enjoy a clean, clear pool again.
So you have unsightly foam in your hot tub. That's no place for a bubble bath. Don't worry—it's easy to get rid of foam, and even easier to prevent it.