Keep Your Pool Party Safe With These Tips

Posted on: 22 October 2015

One of the best things about having a pool installed in your backyard (by professionals such as those from Contemporary Pools Inc) is anticipating the pool parties that will soon appear on your social calendar. Pool parties, however, aren't a time to forgo safety in favor of a good time -- especially when there are children around. While most pool party guests know that running around the pool deck and roughhousing in the water aren't acceptable, it's important that you take a leadership role to ensure other rules are met at your party so that an accident doesn't get in the way of the memorable time you're creating.
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Protecting a New Vinyl In-Ground Pool Liner: Important Dos and Don'ts

Posted on: 9 October 2015

Whether you just had a brand new in-ground pool installed or even just a new vinyl liner in your existing pool, you'll want to do your part to protect that liner from tears, holes, and other damage. After all, vinyl liners aren't cheap to replace. Specifically, there are some important dos and don'ts you'll want to keep in mind when it comes to caring for your vinyl pool liner. DO Control the Pool's pH Balance
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Three Things That You Will Want To Do To Prepare To Open Your Pool

Posted on: 14 August 2015

Opening your pool can be a lot of work, but there are some things that can make this easier. There is a lot of maintenance and work to do before you can open your pool. This may include things like cleaning the dirty water, or even partially draining and refilling your pool. Here are some of the things that you will want to do when you are getting ready to open your pool for the summer.
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Safety Tips to Consider before Having a Pool Built in Your Backyard

Posted on: 1 July 2015

The construction of a new pool can help add value to your property and make your backyard a more exciting place to be during the warmer months of the year, but it can also come with a number of unique safety concerns. With the risk of drowning or being injured in the pool, it's so important to make safety one of the first things you address before the pool is installed, especially if you have young children.
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