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Winter is inching closer and the temperature is cooling, which means it’s just about time to close up your pool until next summer. But before you cover it up, there’s some basic maintenance to take care of. Making sure your pool water is balanced and sanitized after being open all summer can feel tricky, but […]
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The federal regulations for pool pumps are changing in 2021. We’ve put together a guide detailing what’s changing and how it might affect you. After July 19, 2021, variable speed pumps are required on all new and replacement in-ground pool filter pump installations. The Department of Energy has mandated the requirement, as part of new minimum efficiency standards […]
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Imagine having a cloudy, murky, almost-green tinted pool. Don’t fret, the Creature from the Black Lagoon hasn’t taken residence in your place of leisure. What has happened, however, is that something (or things) has caused your pool water to look not as picturesque as you’d like. There are many factors that can contribute to cloudy […]
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Pool floats are a staple of any fun pool. Whether you use them to lounge in the water for relaxation or to ride fearlessly into battle with your friends, a pool just isn’t complete without at least a few of these recreation regulars. But with great fun comes great responsibility. When pool time is over, […]
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There isn’t much better than stepping out your back door into your very own backyard oasis. That private paradise is even more special during the summer months, when you can enjoy swimming and lounging in and around your pool. The Leslie’s mission is to always make sure you’re able to make the most of your […]
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When it comes to shocking your pool there are a variety of options available for use. The most common are Sodium Dichlor (Dichlor) Shock (Dichlor) and Calcium Hypochlorite (Cal Hypo) Shock. So what exactly are the differences between the two? We’re glad you asked. In the article below we will cover the basics of these […]
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Everyone loves a good party. Visiting with friends and family to celebrate an occasion — or just because — is a great way to spend a day and/or evening. And the fun gets kicked up a notch or two when there’s a pool for everyone to enjoy. But when the party ends and it’s time […]
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Replacing a pool pump motor can be a challenging task, but we’re here to help you do get it done right with step-by-step directions.
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Leslie’s has teamed up with the Aquatic Safety Research Group to share important tips on how to keep kids water safe while they learn to swim. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends swimming lessons for all children starting at age 1, and it’s important to practice skills year-round. At Leslie’s, we are committed to pool […]
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May is National Water Safety Month, and according to experts, water safety has never been more important. Children are out of school, access to swimming lessons is limited, parents are busy working from home during the pandemic and many Americans are spending more time in their backyard pools. During the shutdown, a backyard pool provides […]
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