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Pool Facts You Might Not Be Aware of (But Should Be)

October 10, 2019 by admin No Comment

Whether you already own a pool or you’re looking into new pool installation, there are several facts you might not be informed about concerning owning a private pool. Plenty of these are applicable to both private and public pools, but they highlight the benefits of swimming in your own pool compared to a public pool. ...

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By the Numbers: What’s the Cost of an In-ground Pool?

August 8, 2019 by admin No Comment

We get a lot of questions about in-ground pools, which is understandable. Pools are a huge, permanent investment, and we’re the experts who want to make things as clear and easy for you as possible. The most common question we get is about cost, so we’ve put together this handy guide to give you an ...

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7 Reasons You’ll Love Your Fiberglass Pool

July 25, 2019 by admin No Comment

As specialists and experts in the field of fiberglass in-ground swimming pools, well felt it pertinent to give you a broad overview of the (many) advantages and (few) drawbacks of owning one. They are, in a nutshell, pretty great. Let us count the ways you’ll love your fiberglass pool! Advantages Speedy installation Fiberglass pools are ...

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Why You Should Get a Pool Fence

April 12, 2019 by admin No Comment

There are plenty of reasons to consider getting a pool fence. Whether you’re a first-time pool owner or a veteran pool owner, you can benefit from having a pool fence.

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Why Winter is the Best Time to Renovate Your Pool

November 15, 2017 by admin No Comment

Winter is a great time for renovations on your pool, especially if you need a basic update for your pool, or if your pool has had leakage or cracking issues. For starters, this is the time of year when swimming pool owners use their pool less often, if at all, meaning contractors aren’t getting as ...

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End of Summer Pool Deals and Sales

August 9, 2017 by admin No Comment

From a lifestyle and climate perspective, some argue that the South Carolina summer never really ends. There’s always a piece of culture, good food and friends right around the corner in Charleston, no matter the time of year. Most residents, however, don’t use their swimming pools all year around. There’s really not a closing procedure, ...

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Free Pool Consultation All Summer Long

July 3, 2017 by admin 1 Comment

It’s summertime, and nothing beats the heat of South Carolina like jumping into a giant refreshing pool of water. It’s even better when that pool is in your own backyard. Sure, everyone would take a swimming pool for their Charleston home if they could click their heels and have it magically appear. But what a ...

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Swim Lessons in Charleston

March 31, 2017 by admin No Comment

Although the swim season never really ends in South Carolina, it sure gets a lot more popular when spring and summer hits. If you’ve never really been taught or have a young one that needs some aquatic engagement, it’s never too late to learn. Getting swim lessons is easy and can be quite affordable. Don’t ...

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Spring Pool Checklist

January 27, 2017 by admin No Comment

Yes, it is still winter, but people in South Carolina aren’t shoveling snow and aren’t worrying about road closures. The weather is pretty good all throughout the year, and when the New Year comes, eyes turn to spring. Although most residents in Charleston and in the surrounding areas don’t close their pools completely during the ...

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Just Bought a Pool? Here’s the One Thing You Probably Forgot About

December 28, 2016 by admin No Comment

Bought a Pool? Here’s the one thing you probably forgot about. You’ve gone through the process of selecting and buying a pool. You have planned out how you will maintain the pool and the area around it after it’s installed. You bought all the accessories, toys and furniture.. Most pool purchasers think about these things. ...

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