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How to Start Getting Your Pool Ready for Summer

When you are a swimming pool owner, you likely look forward to summer with great anticipation as this is the time that you can use your swimming pool again. However, if this is your first time getting your swimming pool ready for use after the off-season, you may wonder what you can or should do to get your swimming pool up and running.

Here are some of the steps that you should take so that your swimming pool is up and running sooner rather than later.

Uncover and Inspect Your Pool

The first step that you will want to take when you are getting your pool ready for use in the summer is to uncover and inspect your pool. You want to be sure that storms or the winter cold did not damage the overall structure of your pool.

2 Exotic Pool Designs to Perfectly Accent Your Residence

Cabin with PoolOwning your own private swimming pool is a wonderful thing. It’s a terrific spot to relax, cool off or just enjoy some peace and quiet. Pools are also an excellent place to host parties and entertain guests. The reasons to install a pool at your home are simple enough to appreciate.

However, if you own an elaborately designed residence, the standard peanut-shaped or boxy pool will not suffice. Building an uninteresting, ordinary pool at your house won’t improve the appearance or do much to improve the value of your investment.

You need a pool that blends with the charms of your residence. Here are two pool design ideas, which will provide you with hours of endless enjoyment. In addition, these exotic pool designs will make a visual proclamation that perfectly accents your spectacular home.

5 Maintenance Tips for Your Pool This Fall

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.

How Can You Maintain Your Pool In An Area With Ultra-Hard Water?

Most of us here in Western Washington have extremely soft water, but if you live in a part of the country with a calcium or magnesium-rich aquifer, you may find yourself removing a scaly film from your sinks, showers and even dishes on a weekly basis. These aquifers generate mineral-heavy water, which can make it all but impossible to keep your swimming pool free from a white or yellowish scale, even with regular scrubbing sessions.

Fortunately, reducing the mineral content of your pool water doesn’t need to be an arduous process. If you’re still in the process of planning your future swimming pool, you may also benefit from some strategic material and design choices that can reduce the wear and tear that your new pool will experience in a hard water environment.

Read on to learn more about maintaining your freshwater or saltwater swimming pool in an area with mineral-rich water.

5 Tips for Giving Your Pool a Resort Feel

A swimming pool is a luxurious addition to any home. However, many homeowners are going beyond just adding a pool to the backyard. In fact, they’re making the pool the centerpiece of a relaxing entertainment complex. Such a design gives their backyard the feel of an oasis getaway typically only found at a resort. Their getaway includes both the practical and aesthetic amenities.

Transform your backyard into your own personal resort getaway by creating an entertainment complex.

Design a Custom Pool Shape

Some resorts feature uniquely-shaped pools. KrisCo Aquatech Pools can design and build a custom pool for your backyard. Some of the many styles to consider are lagoon-style pools, Mediterranean style pools or beach-entry pools. You can customize your pool to look more like the natural pools found in nature as well.

From Water Slides To Caves — A Short Guide To Spicing Up Your Pool With A Grotto

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.

Making a Real Splash: 5 Luxurious Additions to Liven Up Any Pool

Adding a pool to your property is the perfect way to create a true destination space that you and your guests will love using again and again. However, including the right custom pool addition will take your space to the next level of comfort and luxury. So, what can you do to make your pool really stand out? Here are five fantastic ideas for any style of pool

Beyond Marco Polo: Fun Family Games For Your Custom Pool

swimYou’ve had a new custom pool designed to fit your landscape. Or maybe you’ve renovated your pool and added new safety features. You’ve had the water tested to make sure it’s chemically balanced. Now it’s time for the most important step: enjoying your pool. To ensure your entire family spends time together, you want to find a fun swimming game that all ages can enjoy. You’re probably tired of the old staples, like Sharks and Minnows and Marco Polo. Your whole family can have a great time in your new pool with the following lesser-known (but just as fun) pool games.

Anything is Possible with a Custom Concrete Pool

customconcretepoolAt KrisCo Aquatech Pools and Spas we design and build Free-form Natural style Swimming Pools and Spas as well as linear/geometric swimming pools in traditional styles as well as stunning “vanishing edge” styles. Linear or geometric pools provide a sharp, clean look that may be accomplished with some combination of the following design styles and features:
  • Clean straight lines
  • A basic or combination of geometric shapes (squares, rectangles etc.)
  • Concrete, brick, bluestone, flagstone decking
  • Bull-nose pavers or tumbled edge coping at the pool edge
  • Simple, clean, classic water features, deck jets and/or waterfalls
  • Ceramic, glass or mosaic tile at the water-line