- Swimming Pools Equipment & Supplies
Swimming Pools Equipment & Supplies in the USA
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User Submitted Tips
- I put up one of those new large blow-up pools for my two kids. They are great. They can go up at the beginning of summer, and then you can take them down in the fall. They use the same equipment and supplies as other in-ground pools, but they are about 95 percent cheaper. The pools are large enough to fit two or three adults and then three or four kids. They come with a pool filter. All you have to buy is the pool maintenance kit, like the chlorine and ph testers. It is an economical way to stay cool in the hot summer months.
- If you are looking for the best swimming pool equipment, I would strongly suggest always going to pool specialty stores. These stores are generally owned by people who are in the pool business. They know the best equipment to use for your pool. They can also tell you how to use the equipment. Discount variety stores may offer some pool equipment, but for the important things, like pool filters, I would go straight to the pros. They can give you the advice you need and the right equipment for your specific pool.
- Dang the pool I swim in better be clean. This is the deal with most pools; they don't use the right amount of chemicals and then have some nasty funk in the water. I have the public pool scenario because all these kids rank up the water. If the proper chemicals are in the water then ok, but if not then the heck if I'm jumping in. Having a pool is a responsibility, a true right that should be respected and well groomed. Treating the pool like a toilet is a sin against everyone that gets in it. Let's all be clean and treat our pools like a sanctuary.
- I was in the market to buy a house, and I found one that had a swimming pool. My mom tried to talk me out of it. She said having a swimming pool would be nothing but a pain in the neck and expensive too. I decided not to listen to her this time. Mainly because I didn't think she knew what she was talking about since she has never had a pool. I am glad I ignored her advice. I love my pool, and it is NOT that much work or much more expensive than going to the community pool on a regular basis. The only pool equipment I need to maintain is the filters, heaters, and pumps. I also get cleaners and necessary chemicals. That may sound like a lot, but it is totally worth it!
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