Bright sunshine, warm temperatures and lazy days by the pool are just ahead, and many homeowners are dreaming of their own backyard oasis where they can cool off or throw a great party whenever they wish. Pools are among the nation’s most popular home-improvement projects and have been for decades.Read more
Other than a giant, gaping hole ripped into the wall of your vinyl liner by the family dog, how can you tell when it is time to replace a pool liner?Read more
We have far evolved from the basic, white, rectangular swimming pool. Over the years, new trends in swimming pool construction and remodeling have really made pools original, unique and very customized. Read on for inspiration for your future or current Monmouth County swimming pool.
From waterfalls to impressive lighting, there are endless possibilities for adding extras when remodeling your Monmouth County swimming pool. When you include additional features to your swimming pool area, you are enhancing and customizing your backyard environment. Remember – even the smallest changes can make a difference with a pool remodel. Not only will these features add enjoyment to your swimming pool experience, but they can also possibly add value to your home.
As the weather warms up in Monmouth County and the swim season starts, swimming pool water quality beings to suffer and algae often begins to grow. There are three main types of algae, Green algae, Black algae and Yellow/Mustard algae. Green algae is pretty easy to eradicate, but Yellow/Mustard and Black algae are difficult to kill and can make the job of a pool service professional challenging. Here, Holiday Pools of Monmouth County provides a few tips for identifying and eradicating each type.
Holiday Pools of Monmouth County provides the pros and cons of In-Ground vs. Above-Ground Pools. An in-ground pool in Monmouth County is far more aesthetically pleasing and enjoyable. However, deciding on an inground pool versus an above ground pool depends on your budget and where you live. In regions of the country where it's warm most of the year, an in-ground pool installed in the backyard is almost expected. In cooler areas or for tight budgets, an above-ground pool may fit the bill.
If you've made it your winter goal to improve your swimming, you don't need to spend hours and hours in the pool each week to do so. Here are the top five easy ways to improve your swim this winter.
Looking to install an inground pool in your New Jersey backyard? This can be an exciting prospect, but first you have to find a pool contractor that won’t take you for a ride. This decision can be a stressful one, but if you do your research it should go smoothly.
Americans are getting their pools ready for summer. If you live in New Jersey, you might soon be breaking the law if you drain your pool without a license. New Jersey lawmakers will vote on a bill introduced last week by state senator James Beach that would license “pool and spa service contractors, and pool and spa builders and installers.”
The kids are back to school, and now is the perfect time to relax, hop in the pool, and get a good workout in! Why does it have to be in the pool, you wonder? The weight of the water provides a natural resistance which strengthens muscles and boosts cardio intensity. When submerged...Read more
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