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How to Reduce Cyanuric Acid Levels in Your Pool

A part of your swimming pool’s chemical chemistry is cyanuric acid. It is also commonly known as CYA, pool conditioner, chlorine stabilizer, or pool stabilizer. The right amount of cyanuric acid helps decrease chlorine loss in your swimming pool by protecting it from the sun’s UV rays.

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How to Change the Sand in Your Sand Pool Filter

The sand pool filter is one of the most popular options for most pool owners. It is a cost-efficient option that works well in filtering your pool water. Unfortunately, the sharp edges of the sand filter wear out over time which decreases its efficacy.

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Common Swimming Pool Myths Debunked!

There are so many swimming pool myths you can hear. Some might be half true, and most aren’t true at all. Because we have heard a lot of myths surrounding swimming pools, we took the time to do some research. 

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Common Swimming Pool Wear and Tear

As time goes, your swimming pool will eventually experience some wear and tear. These are damages that are inevitable and are normal due to the age of the swimming pool. However, as the pool owner, you should be aware of the changes or damages to your pool.

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Tips on Saving Money on Your Swimming Pool Cost

Swimming pool costs should be one of your household budgeting concerns. Maintaining a swimming pool is costly, so many people opt out of having a swimming pool at home. But, will you let the cost stop you and your family from having unlimited enjoyment?

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Things to Know Before Buying a Home With a Pool

There are so many for-sale houses in Arizona that come with a swimming pool. Many consider this as an asset to the property they are selling or buying. This might be partially true for buyers. Who wouldn’t love to have your own pool to relax at home, right?

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How to Choose the Best Pool Pump and Filter

Choosing the best and the right pool pump and filter significantly impacts how long your swimming pool lasts. Unfortunately, not all pool pumps and filters are the same. This is why it is important for you to know how to choose the best pump and filter for your swimming pool.

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Everything You Need to Know About Bead Blasting

Have you seen pool tiles that look chalky? This white substance you see on your pool tiles is a calcium and mineral build-up due to the city’s hard water. Calcium and mineral build-up is a common occurrence in swimming pools no matter where you live. 

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