As the weather starts to cool off and the leaves begin to fall, you may think it is time to call it quits for your swimming pool. While it is true that there is plenty of maintenance to be done to your swimming pool, it doesn’t mean that you can’t still enjoy it for a little while longer.
In fact, fall maintenance is essential to ensuring that you are able to continue enjoying your pool for as long as you can. After all, you are going to be dealing with decreased temperatures, less sunlight and a whole lot more debris.
With that being said, here are five maintenance tasks that you will want to perform on your pool this fall.
Installing a backyard pool is a great way to take a yard from drab to fab. But, if you’re going to invest in such a prominent feature, you surely want to create a real centerpiece attraction.
When a simple and basic pool just doesn’t add enough pizzazz for you, adding a grotto can be just what the doctor ordered.
What is a pool grotto, and how can you design the perfect one? Here’s a quick guide to these luxurious add-ons.
You love relaxing with your family in your bubbly hot tub while enjoying the greenery the Pacific Northwest has to offer. But if you want to keep enjoying your hot tub, you need to make sure the water stays clean and safe. This is particularly important in Washington State—the rain and pollen we get can change the water chemistry more frequently.
Here’s what you need to do to maintain good water quality in your spa.