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How web tools can be used to enhance a company’s image

It is no secret, both potential and current clients are increasingly using the Internet to assist them in making both large and small purchasing decisions every year. According to a comScore report, in March 2011, the average Canadian topped the global charts for the most time spent online, averaging 45.3 hours per month.
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Retrofitting HVAC Systems

Sooner or later an indoor pool facility will require a heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system retrofit. For many hotels, community, and school pools built in the 1980s and early 1990s this is happening now because their HVAC systems are close to the end of their typical lifecycle, which is approximately 15 to 25 years.
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New pool cover designs provide safety while creating landscape unity

Safety covers were developed to keep pools safe when they are not in use, or closed for the season. In some parts of North America, pools are closed for the same length or sometimes longer than the actual swimming season (i.e. the 2013-14 winter/spring). That being said, many of today’s backyard landscapes are designed with the swimming pool serving as the focal point. During the offseason, homeowners are forced to look at their closed pool for many months and the last thing they want to see is an unsightly cover or nasty swamp that does not co-ordinate with the...
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CASE STUDIES

Using anti-slip products to help prevent accidents

There is nothing more refreshing than going for a swim on a hot summer day. Whether at an aquatic centre, marina or water/theme park, aquatic amenities are always popular. As numerous people partake in many water-related activities at these various facilities, not only is there a need to ensure...+ Read More
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Tips for maximizing ‘off’ season sales

The end of the calendar year presents us with many opposites; much of the northern world is cold outside, but the holidays are heartwarming; schools and some businesses take a break, while others...
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