Time to change your solar cover?! We got you “COVERED” literally… 😀 Solar covers are a wonderful investment! They keep debris out of your pool and keep the heat in!
What you will need to measure your solar cover! 1. Measuring Tape 2. Scissors 3. A Friend to Help
Clean your salt cell like a pro! Follow these instructions!
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»
We have seen it all and we know, no one wants to swim in a cloudy pool! The three things we are going to look at that are key in water clarity are… Circulation Filtration Water Chemistry CHECK OUT THE CIRCULATION SYSTEM… Check to make sure the return jets are pointing down at a 45… Read More»
Prior to using the Pure Wow Summer Pool Care Kit: Water balance is key! For a personalized prescription, just bring in a water sample to your Dazzle Professional for a complete step-by-step water test and analysis with the Dazzle AquaAce water analysis system. What you will need: Pure Wow Amaze Plus Pure Wow Assure Pure… Read More»
The deinifition of pH is potential hydrogen. It is the measure of acidity and basicity of a solution. pH has to do with the relationship between the checmicals (H+) and (OH-) Ions and has a scale from 0 – 14. A pH of 7 is considered to be neutral. If the pH is less then 7… Read More»
There is so much confusion over how to maintain pH and today we are going to make it crystal clear! The secret to maintaining your pH is actually your alkalinity.
Inorganic stains (i.e. Iron, Copper, Cobalt) are caused from metals and minerals that enter the pool water and chemically attach to the surface of the pool. Brushing the pool has no effect on inorganic stains! Below are the steps to get rid of ugly stains in your pool: Before you begin please make sure your pool… Read More»