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Why Should You Use Plaster?

Plaster has been used as a swimming pool surface coating for the past 50 years. This experience has shown that plaster is a durable surface that can stand up to the environment of proper pool water chemistry. There is no other pool surface on the market w

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How Take Care Your Pool Equipment After Winter

Now that winter’s over, you’re finally ready to greet spring by having a nice relaxing swim in your pool. However, jumping right into the water on the first day of the season isn’t a good idea.

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Why You Should Have Deck-O-Seal Replaced

DECK-O-SEAL or most commonly known as mastic, goes around the perimeter of your swimming pool between the deck and coping, and keeps water from going in between the two.

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How to Maintain Your Pool in Freezing Temperatures

When the outdoor air temperature reaches 32 degrees or lower, costly freeze damage can occur. Sterling Pools recommends these steps should be followed to help prevent any damage to your pool and/or equipment.

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Pools Featured In Tv And Movies

The September 2015 edition of Aqua Magazine details the amusing and interesting ways in which pools have been depicted in TV and movies.

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How El Nino Could Affect Your Pool

Additional water in your pool, whether more rain or adding water due to a leak, causes havoc with pool chemistry.

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Basic Pool Safety Tips Should Teach Children

Because of their curious nature, kids can get themselves into all sorts of trouble even without meaning to.

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Tips On Balancing Pools Water Chemistry

The dangers of adding too much or too little chemicals in your pool can range from unfiltered water to damaging your own skin

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Going Green Are Natural Pools The Better Choice

There is a type of pool that is low maintenance and uses less energy than a traditional swimming pool and it is called a natural swimming pool.

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Tips On Balancing Your Pools Salt Levels

Balancing salt levels demands to be checked and maintained weekly, monthly, and yearly; with each time gap having different methods of maintenance.

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