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Can you Drain & Clean a Vinyl Pool?

For concrete pools, draining and cleaning, and perhaps acid washing or pressure washing, is a routine service, performed when stains exist or water conditions are poor, or both. For vinyl liner pools however (and fiberglass pools too), draining completely is … Continue reading →

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When it comes to the basic rules for taking care of your pool, keeping it clean is most often the first thing that comes to your mind. A clean pool is an inviting pool. Hayward’s reliable robotic pool cleaners provide pool owners peace of mind, total relaxation and effortless maintenance. Cleaners vacuum and scrub the

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Top Pool Pump Timers

Unless you have a very small filter that needs to run all the time to do the job, or a commercial pool required to keep it running, you are probably using a pool pump time clock. Pump timers allow you … Continue reading →

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With the Pool Rush of 2020, thousands of new pool owners were created. Many have never cleaned a pool before, and now need to know how to maintain their Intex pool (or Bestway or Summer Waves pool). Today’s post will … Continue reading →

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Cleaning Your Pool After a Party

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

How To Replace a Pool Pump Motor

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. The post How To Replace a Pool Pump Motor appeared first on Leslie’s Poolapedia.

64 Fun Things To Do With A Pool Noodle

Pool Noodles are a ton of fun to use! Even though they are intended as pool toys, there is so much you can do with them. With a little creativity, you can make just about anything with pool noodles! Updated again, … Continue reading →

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This post will be a short one, because we are in the middle of the Pool Rush of 2020, a madcap year of manufacturing shortages and shipping delays. 🙂 I have a few pool chlorinator techniques that I want to … Continue reading →

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One of the best pool workouts you can get without swimming laps are resistance exercises with the support of a basic foam pool noodle. This post is new and improved, now with eight great pool noodle workout moves, and some new … Continue reading →

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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

8 Fun Swimming Pool Games for Kids

  Nothing says classic summertime fun like a crystal-clear, kid-friendly pool to jump into! When the weather heats up and you need to cool down, a dip in the water is fun and refreshing — especially when you can share it with family. Keep the whole gang entertained for hours with these easy, exciting pool

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Pool Pump Surging

  Today we tackle an issue that has plagued pool owners for millennia – what to do when the pool pump is surging, or pulsing. That is, when the water flows into the pump intermittently; it starts to catch prime, … Continue reading →

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The new DOE pump regulations are coming into effect in July 2021 and we understand business owners may have some concerns about what this could mean for them (if you don’t already know the details, visit our resource center here). We at Hayward want to do our best to keep you informed and give you

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Above Ground Pool Installation Guide

Installing an above ground pool is an easy weekend project for 2-3 people. Why pay some company more than the cost of the pool to install your aboveground pool? If you work out their hourly rate, you’re being charged over … Continue reading →

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5 Tips to Stay Water Safe

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

Pool Pump Motors Deconstructed Pictured below is the capacitor start electric motor, made by AO Smith and others, and used to power centrifugal impellers on pool pumps. Capacitor-Start motors use stored powered to give the motor windings additional power, to start … Continue reading →

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Are you looking to spruce up your backyard with a pool, but you’re concerned about space, your needs and desires, and the unique qualities of your yard? You may be surprised at the amount of things you may need to consider. You may also be surprised to learn you have more options than you think

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Pool Cleaner Parts Explained

Today we continue our series of ‘explainer posts’, to remove some of the mystery surrounding pool equipment parts. Following-up on our first post explaining Pool Pump Parts Explained, we now look at a more extensive category, pool cleaner parts. There … Continue reading →

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As we enter the warmer months while stay-home orders continue, our safety partner Colin’s Hope is posting water safety tips and family activities on social media. The goal is to help reduce the increased risks of drowning and alleviate cabin fever during the public health mandates for social distancing. 

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