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The right solar pool heater for your above ground pool needs to be effective, energy-efficient, and take little to no money to heat your water. When choosing the best solar heating system for your swimming pool, you need to think about your local climate, the length of your swim season, the size of your pool,

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Choosing the best heater for your above ground pool means finding the best fit based on your pool size and your local climate. It also means considering a heater’s energy efficiency, how quickly it heats your water, and how easy it is to install. And a reliable pool heater should not only help extend your

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Choosing the best gas heater for your pool means taking several factors into consideration: your pool size, your climate, and how long you want to extend your swim season. But beyond that, you also need to think about which kind of gas to use, how easy it is to install the heater, and whether it

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The Best Inground Pool Heater of 2023

When it comes to buying an inground pool heater, there are a few factors you must consider: the size of your pool, the type of energy you want to use, the climate you live in, how quickly you want to heat your water, and how easy you need it to be to install. With those

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Dogs in the Swimming Pool

In this article, we will discuss the benefits and concerns of letting your pooch in the pool. The post Dogs in the Swimming Pool appeared first on In The Swim Pool Blog.

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Pool Safety Checklist

There are many words people associate with swimming pools. Words such as chlorine, summer, goggles, and of course, safety. Chances are, if you’ve ever been to a pool, especially a public one, you probably noticed signs everywhere listing the pool safety rules. While having fun is usually everyone’s main goal at a pool, this post

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Shopping for a new above ground pool can be an overwhelming experience. With so many options to choose from, how do you know which pool is best? Well, thankfully you’re in the right place! In this post, we discuss the ins-and-outs of selecting a new above ground pool. We will walk you through how to

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Top 6 Myths of Owning A Pool

We know pool ownership can seem daunting to first-time and potential pool owners. It has many facets to it, but it doesn’t have to be as difficult as people make it out to be. Because of this, the amount of misinformation that gets spread around can deter you from having the backyard of your dreams!

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Top 10 Best Above Ground Pools for Kids

There’s no better way to spend a hot summer day than by swimming in a cool, refreshing pool. For kids in particular, it’s the perfect way to burn off extra energy and spend time with friends. But what if you don’t have the space or budget for a backyard inground pool? Well, fear not, because

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What is the Best Time to Run Your Pool Pump?

Your pool pump is perhaps the most important piece of pool equipment you own, and is vital to keeping your pool water clean, healthy, and safe. Without an effective, high-quality pump, your pool will quickly turn into a cloudy, dirty … Continue reading → The post What is the Best Time to Run Your Pool

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At-Home Swimming Pool Exercises

With the new year on the horizon, people are starting to think about their list of new year resolutions, and one resolution typically tops all others — go to the gym! Increasing your activity level and boosting your health is … Continue reading → The post At-Home Swimming Pool Exercises appeared first on InTheSwim Pool

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Saltwater Pool Conversion FAQ

Saltwater pools have gained immense popularity over the years, and have become a top choice for many pool owners. They’re known for being low maintenance, and the water tends to feel more gentle and soothing. But even though saltwater pools … Continue reading → The post Saltwater Pool Conversion FAQ appeared first on InTheSwim Pool

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Pool Shock: Liquid or Granular?

It’s a question we hear often — “Should I use granular shock or liquid chlorine in my pool?” Truthfully, both are great options for quickly ridding your pool of harmful microorganisms like bacteria and algae. But, as with everything, deciding … Continue reading → The post Pool Shock: Liquid or Granular? appeared first on InTheSwim

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It’s not too uncommon for your pool water to be slightly cloudy after shocking, especially if you use a granular chlorine shock. It typically takes about 24 hours for the granules to fully incorporate into the water and disappear. Most … Continue reading → The post 5 Reasons Why Your Pool is Cloudy After Shocking

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Top 10 Most Useful Pool Repair Tools

Is your pool repair tool kit stocked and ready to go at a moment’s notice? If not, that’s OK! We’re here to help. Pool repair tool kits are useful for emergency pool and equipment repairs or general maintenance around your … Continue reading → The post Top 10 Most Useful Pool Repair Tools appeared first

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How Long Should a Pool Heater Last?

It’s a common question: “How long does a pool heater last?” Or rather, how long should a pool heater last? Unfortunately, it’s not a simple answer. The average lifespan for a natural gas or propane pool heater is about 7–12 … Continue reading → The post How Long Should a Pool Heater Last? appeared first

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Calcium Hypochlorite: Winter Pool Shock

Today we will look at the ways to use calcium hypochlorite pool shock in your pool, and specifically for winter use in colder temperature water. Calcium hypochlorite, also known as cal-hypo, is a granular, powered chlorine product made by joining … Continue reading → The post Calcium Hypochlorite: Winter Pool Shock appeared first on InTheSwim

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Best Salt Water System for Above Ground Pools

Salt water above ground pools are usually easier to maintain and use fewer chemicals than traditional chlorine pools. Whether you want to convert your existing pool or add a salt water system to a new pool, there are a few things to keep in mind: Buy a salt water system that’s 1.5x your pool size.

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Do you actually need a pool closing kit? And are they worth it? Winter pool closing kits usually come with everything you need to keep your pool protected and algae-free in the off-season, including: Algaecide Enzymes Scale and Stain Prevention Non-Chlorine Shock Other Pool Supplies, like Air Pillows and Time-Release Floaters Pool Winterizing and Closing

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Knowing how much salt to add to your pool is crucial to keep your salt water pool chlorinated and your chlorine generator running properly. If your salt levels get too low, your generator won’t produce enough chlorine to keep your pool sanitized — or it’ll stop running all togeter. But if your salinity gets too

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There are a few key differences between salt water pool maintenance and traditional chlorine pool maintenance. While you still need to keep your water balanced and circulating properly like a normal pool, you’ll need to pay extra to things like high pH levels and calcium build-up in your saltwater generator. There are 7 key components

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Backwashing a sand filter is an essential part of pool maintenance. But how often do you need to backwash? And how do you actually do it? Backwashing reverses water flow to remove contaminant buildup in your sand filter. And it’s a simple process of connecting a backwash hose to your filter and using the backwash

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Product Spotlight: AquaPill WinterPill

You’ve spent hours meticulously cleaning, balancing, and winterizing your pool for the cold winter temperatures. You’re absolutely positive that you’ve done the best job you can possibly do, and you’re confident that when you remove the cover next spring, your … Continue reading → The post Product Spotlight: AquaPill WinterPill appeared first on InTheSwim Pool

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Pool Heaters: Heat Pumps vs. Gas Heaters

As the weather turns cooler, a perfect topic to bring up is swimming pool heaters. Specifically, whether to install a pool heater or not. Many pool owners, whether new or veteran, don’t have a pool heater and do fine without … Continue reading → The post Pool Heaters: Heat Pumps vs. Gas Heaters appeared first

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