Pool Maintenance

Spring will be here before you know it. That means it will soon be time to start thinking about opening your in-ground swimming pool. Are you unclear as to what all those chemicals do? You know that your pool needs chemicals, and at Hawaiian Pool Builders, we will make sure you get exactly what your pool needs. Here’s your ABC’s to understanding pool chemistry.

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At Hawaiian Pool Builders, we love water. We know you do, too, that’s why you have an in-ground swimming pool. What we don’t love is when that water comes from broken swimming pool water pipes.

Read more: Did Your In-Ground Swimming Pool Water Pipes Freeze?

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By now you’ve buttoned up your in-ground swimming pool waiting the onslaught of snow that is typical in Northwest Ohio and Southeast Michigan. Before the snow, the leaves fall everywhere, including on your pool cover. Hawaiian Pool Builders has some tips to help you keep your cover leaf free.

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If you have invested in an in-ground swimming pool, or the home you purchased came with one, the best way to increase the longevity of that investment is to make sure that you have it properly serviced and maintained. At Hawaiian Pool Builders, we have outlined four reasons to have a swimming pool service agreement.

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The purpose of a winter pool cover is to protect your in-ground swimming pool from sun, debris and in the case of solid covers, from contaminants washed into the pool from rain and snowfall. Unfortunately, they can also fall prey to all sorts of maladies from the common to the odd. Here are five enemies of your winter pool cover, and ways to keep them from happening.

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With temperatures dipping down in Northwest Ohio and Southeast Michigan, knowing how to winterize your pool will save you heartache and money next spring. Hawaiian Pools outlines seven basic steps for your in-ground swimming pools’ protection.

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As fall has begun and your in-ground swimming pool water gets colder, it’s time to start thinking about closing your pool. One of the first items you should store for the winter is your solar cover or summer blanket. At Hawaiian Pool Builders, we want to make sure that your solar cover is properly stored away for next season with these three simple steps.

Read more: Three Simple Steps To Store Your Solar Cover

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October is here, and the weather is changing to fall rather quickly. It’s time to make sure you are ready to close your pool. Hawaiian Pool Builders has provided you with a pool closing checklist to get you started in the right direction.

Read more: Twelve Point Pool Closing Checklist

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As the owner of an in-ground swimming pool, you know that there are many different tasks required to keep your pool clean and functional. From maintaining proper water chemistry levels, vacuuming, and simply skimming off the debris, swimming pools require constant upkeep. One way to keep your pools’ filter system in proper working order is through the use of backwashing, or reversing the flow of water through the filter to remove any built-up contaminants.

Read more: Six Simple Steps For Backwashing Your Swimming Pool

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A common concern we hear is about vacation pool maintenance. At Hawaiian Pool Builders, we want you to come home from your time away with your inground swimming pool sanitized and operational.

Read more: How-To’s For Vacation Pool Maintenance

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