Make a Splash with a Custom-Shaped Swimming Pool

Posted on: 30 August 2016

If you're investing in a swimming pool, then you might be considering a traditional rectangle or oval shape. Stop right there. A swimming pool is a great way to inject some real fun and personality into your property. With a custom-shaped pool, the only limit is your imagination. Choose a shape that complements the location of the pool, reflects your hobbies and interests, or makes a bold statement. You could choose a heart, a star, or even the first letter of your name.
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Five Tips for Addressing Pool Water Stains on Aluminium Fences Without a Lot of Cleaning

Posted on: 18 August 2016

Aluminium fencing can satisfy your legal requirements for a pool fence, while also providing a stylish and durable accent to your pool area. Unfortunately, however, you may end up scrubbing salty or chlorinated water spots off your fence occasionally. Luckily, if you dislike cleaning, there are things you can do to minimise the appearance of pool water stains on your fence. Take a look at these tips: 1. Order aluminium fencing with etchings in it.
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2 Important Hot-Tub Care and Maintenance Practices You Should Know

Posted on: 28 July 2016

Hot tubs are a luxury addition to any household, but they can be more than just a place to keep warm during cold autumn and winter nights.  Spas are useful for muscle relaxation and stress relief and can be great for pain relief and physical therapy. To get the best service out of your spa, you must invest in certain maintenance protocols, two of which are discussed in detail below.
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Expert ways to choose the best location for your in-ground swimming pool

Posted on: 12 May 2016

Deciding to have a pool is a huge decision, because building an in-ground pool is a long-term decision. The good thing about it is that you'll be boosting your home's value. As a plus, you'll also have an awesome pool where you can go and have a nice enjoyable time. But there's a catch. Finding the right spot takes more than just preference. Zoning regulations, drainage and ground conditions are just a few of the factors that can affect your decision.
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