Weather Related

Weather Related

Impacts of mother nature

There are several steps you can take to prepare and protect your swimming pool during the monsoon, tropical storm or hurricane season. Severe weather such as thunderstorms, tropical storms, monsoons and hurricanes can drop a large amount of water onto your deck and into your pool. These storms usually move very quickly. Tremendous wind and heavy rain have the ability to pick up everything from dust and mold spores to tree limbs and patio furniture. Everything that comes across the pool will either stick to the water’s surface or sink to the bottom.


Cleaning Up After a Rain Storm

Cleaning Up After a Rain Storm

Rain and thunder storms introduce many new things into your pool. Dirt, debris, rain water, and even lightning all affect the overall water chemistry of your pool and can put a strain on your equipment...

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Preparing Your Pool for a Storm

Preparing Your Pool for a Storm

There is nothing we can do to prevent severe weather or natural disasters, so pool owners must be ready at all times to help protect their pool from damages resulting from storms, fires, and floods...

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Pool Care After a Haboob

Pool Care After a Haboob

In 2011, every pool owner in Phoenix, AZ had to deal with incredible dust-storms called “haboobs”. These storms were widely considered some of the biggest Phoenix had ever seen. So what is the best...

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Cleaning Your Pool After a Storm

Cleaning Your Pool After a Storm

Severe weather, along with natural disasters like fires and floods, can wreak havoc on even the cleanest and most well-maintained swimming pool. Storms that bring high wind and rain can sweep dirt...

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