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Autumn is Coming, Here’s 10 Tips To Keep Your Pool Area Well Kept

Raking up leaves around the garden has a certain charm. However, when it concerns pools, no-one likes scooping soggy dead leaves out of the pool on a chilly autumn day, it’s easy – and dangerous – to ignore them. Not only will the backyard become a no-go zone because of the brackish water-filled hole, there’ll be a ton more work and probably a higher cost involved, when summer rolls around again.

It’s important to protect your investment and don’t let your pool “go to sleep” over autumn and winter. And with the unseasonal, unpredictable weather we have been experiencing of late, you may even be able to take a dive so it’s ideal to have your pool “swim ready” for that last minute recreational time at the pool. Windy and stormy weather can also blow leaves and dirt into the pool which, if left to settle, can become difficult to remove.

Here’s 10 tips to keep your pool well maintained during the autumn!

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Protecting Your Pool During the Hot Summer Days

Summer is a very enjoyable time in South Florida, and with the amount of pools in homes all across the region, most Floridians take this time of the year to enjoy their pools wether at their own homes or at their condo’s public pools. Regardless on which pool we are talking about, the summer can be relentless with your pool and here’s how you can protect it.

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Choosing Between Travertine and Brick Pavers For Your Pool Deck

Numerous options exist for serviceable pool decking: Natural stone, wood deck, poured concrete, eurotile, concrete pavers, brick, tile, composite materials, and even synthetic grass. Among the many options available for pool decking, stone and brick both enjoy a reputation for high value and lasting durability.

While in the end, the choice of material will be made probably purely by personal taste, it is important to become familiar with the advantages and disadvantages of each of those more popular materials.

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During the Coronavirus Pandemic, is it Safe to Use the Pool?

It’s officially summer weather in South Florida, and normally at this time of the year, specially when kids are at home from school vacations, and many families are eager to head to the pool for a good time, but now a question rises during the COVID-19 pandemic: is it safe to use the pool during these times?

It is undeniable that things are looking different now. People can’t get together the way we did before, anywhere, but is it the same for pools? There are some safety guidelines we should follow even on a pool environment. Getting a crowd inside a pool will not do any good during the pandemic, but how about the pool itself? We did our research, and here’s what we found out:

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