Cleaning Up Your Swimming Pool After A Storm

Cleaning Up Your Swimming Pool After A Storm

Summer months mean longer and warmer days when you can enjoy your swimming pool. However, it likewise means that you are in store for some rain. Once the summer’s warm humid air comes across a cold front, you may be on to a rainy situation. In some cases, this may even cause some damages due to the lighting and strong winds it brings. It can be quite hard to know how to go about reopening the swimming pool following a storm. However, a quick turnaround is a must especially if you are a facility that caters to a huge number of people. Pool management should be one of the primary concerns when it comes to post storm cleanup. This will help you prepare your pool so that swimmers can get back in the water right away. You can hire professionals to help you in cleaning pool after storm. Skim And Brush The Pool Water Before adding new chemicals to your swimming pool water, you need to first check the pool’s surface for large debris. Leaves, branches, and other objects may have fallen into the pool water during the storm, and there’s no filter that can clear these kinds of huge objects from the pool water. The first step when it comes to cleaning pool after a storm is to get rid of the branches and other objects in the pool. Once you are done cleaning the surface of the pool water, the next thing you have to do is to agitate the whole pool so you can stir up any debris or dirt that might have dropped into the...
The Only Billiards Table Maintenance Guide You’ll Need

The Only Billiards Table Maintenance Guide You’ll Need

Billiards table are now considered by many as a precious investment that should be properly maintained and taken care of. Myrtle Beach pool tables are not cheap investments, regardless of whether you buy a brand new or already used table. Add to this the costs required for maintenance and upkeep. If you own a pool table, it is important that you know how to properly take care of your investment. Failure to do so may mean more expenses for you to either restore or repair your table. And if the damage of wear and tear is beyond repair, you are left with the option to buy a new one or forget everything about owning a pool table and playing a game at your convenience. Here is an easy maintenance guide that you can follow to be able to use your billiards tables for much longer. Who knows, you just might be able to pass it on as a family heirloom to your children. 1. Do not attempt to move the table on your own If you want to rearrange the furniture in your game or recreation room and would have to move your pool table, it is best to hire professionals like those from Elko Spas Billiards & Pools to help you do this. Keep in mind that pool tables are installed and leveled in a certain way to ensure efficiency when using the table and playing a game. Should you try and move it or even give it a slight push, this will cause the table to become un-level. Aside from this, it may also cause the slate seams...
Essential Tips For First Time Buyers Of Billiard Table

Essential Tips For First Time Buyers Of Billiard Table

Billiards has become a popular sport and hobby for many individuals. This is why many homes and restaurants now have one or two pool tables. They don’t only serve as a form of entertainment when you are inviting some friends over, but they also serve as an attractive piece of decoration/furniture in a room, not to mention a profit-earning addition to one’s restaurant or bar. If you are considering buying your first billiard table, here are some useful tips to make your purchase more successful. Determine if you have sufficient space for a pool table. Generally, the standard size of a pool table is 9 feet. You need add several feet more on every side to ensure maximum comfort when playing the game. You can opt to get the specific measurements of the table you want to buy and find out if you have a room or if there is an area in your home or restaurant that is big enough for the pool table plus the necessary adjustments to allow people to maneuver efficiently and comfortably. You can also do it the other way around. Find a room where you want to place the billiard table and get its measurements. Once you have the measurements, you’ll know what size pool table to purchase and it will be easier for you to shop for the best table for your home. Since this is the first time you’ll be buying a table for Myrtle Beach billiards, it’s best to get the highest quality available. Buying a pool table is also an investment so you need to ensure you purchase a...
How Warm Should Your Pool Water Be?

How Warm Should Your Pool Water Be?

Right Water Temperature For Hot Tubs and Pools It’s one of the most frequent questions we get: How hot should I keep my hot tub and/or swimming pool Myrtle Beach? Several deciding factors go into that answer, but we’ll cover some of the things to consider here in this article… What Will Your Pool Be Used For?  This is a good question. The swimming pool temperature should be set depending on which region in the country you live, as well as who uses it and what they are using it for. For competitive purposes, the pool water would need to be around 78 degrees, which is a relatively lower temperature. Public swimming pools on the other hand, are usually a little warmer, with temps anywhere from 78 F – 82 F. The water would be warmer still for therapy uses, classes for children or elderly people. For these purposes, the water would be more like 83-86 F. Many people say that the prefect water temperature for swimming laps would be around 75 degrees. Still others maintain it should be closer to 70 degrees. So that brings us back to the original question of how warm the pool water should be. The truth of the matter is that if you are fortunate enough to own a pool, then the water temperature really comes down to your personal preference. Obviously, if you don’t heat your swimming pool, then the weather will be what determines how warm the water is. If you live in a warm climate, then by the first part of July, the water may feel more like bath water....
Top Pool Supplies For An Energy Efficient Swimming Pool

Top Pool Supplies For An Energy Efficient Swimming Pool

A lot of homeowners are on the hunt for pool supplies that they can use to make their swimming pools more energy efficient and environment friendly. Many would agree that owning a swimming pool entails consuming lots of energy and natural resources. Fortunately, there are things that pool owners can do to reduce the energy and natural resources that they consume in using and maintaining their swimming pools. Pool experts recommend investing in energy efficient pool supplies in Myrtle Beach to help make swimming pools more environment-friendly. Here are some of the supplies and accessories that pool owners can consider adding to their swimming pools. 1. Solar covers – These are specialized pool covers that have the ability to trap the sun’s heat, using it to raise or maintain the pool water temperature. As a result, pool owners no longer need to use electricity to warm up the pool water. Solar covers or solar blankets consist of sheets of bubble wrap, which not only work effectively in trapping the heat from the sun, the bubble wraps also work to prevent the heat from the pool water to escape, especially during colder days and nights of fall season. The best thing about using solar covers is that it is easy to install and put away. You do not need to tie or anchor it down cover the swimming pool. It easily stays in place as it is designed to float on top of your swimming pool. When putting it away, all you have to do is fold or roll it and store in your supplies cabinet. 2. Solar heater –...