Outdoor Living

How to Clean A Vinyl Pool Liner

Vinyl liner pools are popular among existing and prospective pool owners because of their features and the options they offer for customization. Thanks to long-lasting materials and innovative technology, vinyl liner pools can withstand sunlight, water and chemicals. This means a vinyl liner pool requires less maintenance and upkeep than a concrete pool. Here are… Read More»

Benefits of PDC Swim Spas

Swim and Fitness Spas. Renew, Relax, Repeat. With a PDC Spas swim or fitness spa just footsteps away, you can achieve your personal health and exercise goals! Simply swim, run, walk or perform your favorite aquatic exercise on your own schedule and enjoy your improved lifestyle. Physicians and physiologists have warmed to the idea of… Read More»

How to Chemically Clean Your Sand Filter

Sand filters are able to filter particles that are 40-50 microns in size, this is about the size of the tip of a ball point pen. They use specialized sand or Activated Filter Media (AFM) to filter anything that finds its way into your pool. It is important to chemically clean your filter once every… Read More»

How to prevent and kill algae with Dazzle

All the products and steps you need to treat a green swimming pool! Hot temperatures make algae happy. CLEARLY, that’s a problem! Algae thrive in hotter weather, so now is a great time to star a routine of adding a dose of algaecide to your pool each week. This prevents growth that can happen literally… Read More»

🍹 Poolside Drink Recipes 🍹

Maybe it’s a pool party in the mid-day heat, an intimate dinner party with friends, or a romantic night planned by the pool – whatever your life calls for, we’ve got your beverage ideas covered, making your days, and nights at your pool more memorable. Here are some trending recipes for delicious and refreshing summertime… Read More»

What is Chlorine Demand?

Chlorine demand is defined as the inability to maintain a chlorine residual in a pool or spa even after repeated application of chlorinating product. There are a great number of substances that can contribute to chlorine demand. These include (but are not limited to) bacteria, algae, ammonia, urine, sweat, health and beauty products, bather waste… Read More»