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Pros and Cons of Hot Tubs: Part 1

A hot tub can be the perfect addition to a swimming pool, but it may not be the perfect addition for you. There are a number of pros and cons to hot tub installation that you need to keep in mind before making this investment. It may become your favorite spot in the backyard, or it could be a waste of money. We'll help you decide which one is the case for you specifically.
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Get the Perfect Pool on a Budget

Have big plans for your swimming pool and a small budget to work with? Never fear! There are some simple tricks you can use to get a beautiful, enjoyable dream pool on a dime. With the guide below, you can adjust your plans to get the most out of your investment. Read on to learn how to get the perfect swimming pool on a budget.
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Choosing Your Swimming Pool Colors

The colors of your swimming pool features can have a major impact on the overall look of your backyard. You can determine the tone of your pool and how well it blends in with your home based on the shades and stones you select for your design. Before you begin your swimming pool installation, make sure you have a color scheme that will work well for your needs. Here is a guide explaining how to choose your swimming pool colors.
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Pool Enclosures Can Extend Your Swimming Season: Part 1

Want to enjoy your swimming pool even longer? A pool enclosure could be the perfect solution for you. Also known as a pool dome, a pool enclosure is a special cover that surrounds your entire pool while still allowing you to swim under it. Unlike pool covers that sit along the surface of the water, pool enclosures raise above the water, acting like a protective dome that keeps your pool warmer, safer, and unexposed throughout the year. Let's explore the world of pool enclosures in more detail to see if getting a pool dome is a good choice for you.
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Using Your Pool Deck in the Winter

Just because your pool is shut down for the winter doesn't mean you can't enjoy your pool deck all year long. This can be a great place for entertaining, spending time with the family, and enjoying the cool weather that comes with winter. You just need to make the right conversions to make your pool deck enjoyable during the cold months of the year. In this guide, we will explore how to convert your pool deck for the winter.
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Pros and Cons of Winter Swimming Pool Installation

In an effort to save money on swimming pool installation, you may be tempted to have your pool installed in the winter when there is less competition and the demand for swimming pools is low. While that thought process does have some weight to it, there are a lot of dangers to winter swimming pool installation that you need to keep in mind. Depending on your area, this may or may not be the best time of year for you to install a pool in your backyard. Before you decide on installing a swimming pool in the winter, consider these drawbacks.
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Taking Care of Your Pool Canopy in the Winter

Having a pool canopy in the summer is a great way to block out harmful UV rays and maintain the temperature around your pool. In the winter though, this canopy is liable to get damaged from the high winds, heavy snow, and falling debris that are common around this time of year. The guide below explains how to take care of your pool canopy in the winter so you can put it up when next summer rolls around.
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Protect Your Pool Cover in the Winter

The ice and snow that build up in the winter can be damaging to your pool, which is why having a pool cover on hand is always a good investment. Nevertheless, that same ice and snow can damage your pool cover, costing you money in repairs or possibly ruining your pool cover entirely. In order to avoid that fate, you can follow these simple tips to protect your pool cover in the winter.
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 342 Valiant Circle,
Glen Burnie MD. 21061

 Phone: 410-320-7817

 MHIC No. 106366

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