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Avoid Swimming Pool Electrocution with Annual Inspections

Swimming pool electrocutions are few and far between, but the fact is that they can happen. Back in 2003, the Consumer Product Safety Commission reported 60 deaths and 50 injuries from swimming pool shock since 1990. Here at Pool Max, we make pool safety a top priority for all of our clients. Read on to learn more about how you can avoid swimming pool electrocution and enjoy a life of shock-free fun in your pool.
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How to Keep Insects Away from Your Pool

Unfortunately, swimming pool season happens to be the same time of year when all the bugs come out. Your water looks like a giant drinking fountain for them, drawing them closer and ruining your experience all at once. Before you close the pool down out of pure frustration, check out our guide on how to keep the insects away. Your peaceful, pleasant summer is closer than you think!
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Pool Inspection Tips for Homebuyers

Buying a home with a pool seems exciting on paper, but it can be a costly mistake if the pool was not properly maintained or installed. Rather than buying a house with a built-in headache, you should get a pool inspection to identify potential problems on the property. In this guide, we provide some pool inspection tips for homebuyers so you do not have to worry about making a bad investment.
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Why Vacation When You Can Staycation?

Taking a family vacation can be a lot of fun, but some families just don't get a chance to go out every summer. Whether it's a matter of time or money, something holds them back from taking off for a big trip. Don't get discouraged if you can't vacation this year. There is a new trend you can try that provides all of the comfort of a resort in your own back yard. It's called taking a "staycation," and we'll show you how it's done…
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