In navigating the current health situation, we will continue to help you provide a place of refuge, renewal and support within your home. Our focus will be on doing this with the utmost attention on the health and safety of you, our staff and our community. Ensuring that pools and hot tubs are functional and… Read More»
Have you ever noticed how you feel wearing an outfit you love? Maybe it’s the colour, fit or the complements you’ve received. Our living and entertaining spaces can conjure those same feelings! 2020 is all about reflecting your personal taste… not just the trend of the moment! We have an opportunity when remodeling our pools… Read More»
Draining and refilling your hot tub on a regular basis will save you time, money on chemicals. Fresh water yields are most comfortable. The average person will refill their hot tub every 6 – 8 weeks.
People start closing their pools in late August and some keep them open all the way until mid-October. Mostly it just based on personal preference, but here in Winnipeg, temperature is a huge factor. We tend to cool down a little bit by the beginning of September, people are going back to school, and this… Read More»
What products do I use when I have algae!! If you have ever had algae, and looked at all the products available, chances are you might be a little overwhelmed! Power Chlor is an algae destruction product that we choose to use when there is high calcium hardness in the water. The reason that we… Read More»
Every single pool filter should have a pressure gauge on the top of it. Pressure gauges are used to tell you the pressure on your filter – this lets you know how “full” of dirt it is. If you know how to read your gauge, you will be able to know when you need to… Read More»
If you recently installed a pool, moved into a house with a pool, or purchased a new sand filter… You may be wondering how to go about cleaning it. If you have a sand filter, backwashing is your best friend.
More often than not, the access to your backyard involves machinery travelling between your house and your neighbor. You might be lucky enough to have an open lot or back lane but most folks will be asking their neighbor to allow us to cross their property. In my 42 years of experience I must say… Read More»
At first glance it may seem all we do is dig a hole and put water in it. Not true, there are probably 1,000 details that we take care of when we install your personal backyard paradise. We’ve randomly chose five details to illustrate as an example only. Many side yards today are too narrow… Read More»
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