4 Common Above-Ground Pool Mistakes To Avoid

Posted on: 16 December 2015

Whether you already own an above-ground pool or are looking to have one installed at your home in the near future, it's very important to realize that there are some special considerations and maintenance needs that should be followed with an above-ground pool as opposed to a traditional in-ground pool. Specifically, there are a few mistakes you'll want to be careful to avoid when using and maintaining your above-ground pool.
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2 Great Wood Species For Outdoor Furniture

Posted on: 20 October 2015

When buying or building outdoor furniture, it is important that you use the right type of wood. Not all woods are great in outdoor settings because they can warp when the temperature or moisture content of the air changes. This is obviously problematic for furniture that will always be exposed to the sun and rain. Here are 2 species of wood that are practical, stylish, and ideal for outdoor furniture construction.
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3 Common Swimming Pool Mistakes To Avoid

Posted on: 24 August 2015

Having a swimming pool in your backyard allows you to cool off on hot days, get in a fun workout, and have family fun. However, this is a big purchase and major investment and should be treated as such. It is not a decision to be taken lightly or to rush into. Make sure you avoid the following mistakes when purchasing your swimming pool and having it installed. Choosing the Contractor With the Lowest Bid
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Where Did The Water Go? Four Tips To Help Find And Repair Water Leaks In Your Pool

Posted on: 11 August 2015

If you have a pool with a vinyl liner, it may eventually spring a leak. The water that is lost from your pool can cause other problems, such as erosion of the sand or bedding of the liner. Finding the source of a leak can also be difficult. Sometimes, the liner may have a small pinhole in it. You liner may not even be leaking and the problem can be evaporation.
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