No doubt, owning a swimming pool will have a wonderful and lasting effect on your life. Notwithstanding, it’s important you understand what your options are and which type of pool will best suit your needs.
Pool coping is the material installed at the top of the pool wall that separates the shell of the pool from the surrounding areas. Not only does it enhance the aesthetics of your pool, but it also helps to prevent moisture from harming the pool.
If you have limited space in your backyard, a cocktail pool might just be the answer for you. Often referred to as “spools” or “plunge pools,” these smaller pools often combine a spa and a pool and may even include jets, a heater, and benches.
Is your pool feeling a bit out of balance? Is it not as sparkling clean and clear as you might like? Perhaps it is time to do a pool shock. When you do a pool shock, you break up the chlorine and any contaminants that upset the chemical balance of your pool.
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