Happy Easter and a very Happy Spring even if the pollen has been super crazy this year and you're unwillingly carrying around allergy meds, eye drops, and a box of tissues wherever you may go. I know I am!
As you continue to get ready for Spring, Easter, and possibly making sure the pool is ready for summer check out the link to our newsletter below.
And, hey, I am open to suggestions on any topics of interest you may want to see us feature in our newsletter each month. Just shoot an email to Kitt at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Happy March, everyone! Spring is almost here and I know a lot of you fine folks are looking forward to it! While you're awaiting for Spring to become official, check out the link to our March Newsletter.
Hello February! Bummer, Punxsutawney Phil predicted 6 more weeks of winter! As Texans, we are not deterred and know that prediction remains to be seen! Besides, winter will be out the door before we know it and we will be happily celebrating spring.
In the meantime, you can check out this month's newsletter. If you need us we're here and ready to assist you with any of your pool needs!
Here's hoping that everyone had a wonderful Holiday Season and that the start to 2022 has been excellent!
No newsletter this month, but we will be sure to post one for February and in the months to come!
Here's some advice should we encounter (please Old Man Winter leave us be!) what we did earlier this year or should the temps drop below freezing. I, for one, am keeping my fingers crossed that we don't have to deal with that again!
If you still have your pool operational, make sure you run the water through the filtration system while we are under the threat of freezing temperatures. As the outside temps fall below freezing, and your pool is not winterized, make sure to run your system as long as the temps are below 32 degrees.
Should you have an equipment failure or power outage that prevents you from running your system, make sure to turn the breakers off and remove all the winterizing plugs from your equipment to keep it from freezing and bursting.
Every pump has a plug in the basket chamber that should be removed – including the automatic cleaner’s booster pump. The filter tank will either have a plug or a cap that needs to be removed to let the water drain out. And if you have a chlorinator, salt cell, or heater remove any plugs on them.
Lastly, protect your skimmer against freeze by stuffing an empty – but with the top secured – ½ gallon milk jug or 2-liter soda bottle into the skimmer and put the skimmer lid back on. You want something collapsible that will absorb the expansion of water into ice to keep the plastic skimmer body from cracking.
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Where has the year gone! Happy Holidays, everyone! Wishing you the best of the season! Please check out the link below for this month's newsletter. I kept it light and fun in the spirit of Christmas.
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Hard to believe that we're already in the month of November! Not only are the Holidays around the corner, but the year is rapidly coming to a close and we will soon be welcoming 2022!
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Happy Fall, Y'all!
Just a quick reminder that it's a great time to fire up those heaters in anticipation of those cooler temps moving in. Also, since we're still in leaf season, be sure to keep those skimmer baskets emptied.
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Wishing everyone a safe and happy Labor Day!
We will be closed on Monday, September 6th for Labor Day and will be back in the office Tuesday, September 7th.
If you're curious (or need a refresher) on the origins of Labor Day click on the link to our monthly newsletter below.
Bring on the heat! As Texans, we're not worried! We're used to those long, hot summers. Ever wondered where the phrase "the dog days of summer" comes from? I have some info about that in this month's newsletter. Check out the link below and then relax pool side. Ahhh, that's more like it!