By Alex Risen and Christian Taber
The introduction of high-volume, low-speed (HVLS) fan technology can help create a more cost-effective, uniform environment; one where swimmers, staff, and spectators feel comfortable and safe.
By Ted Lawrence
The art lies in shifting one’s focus from this aspect of the work and thinking about how the consumer views the business and make changes accordingly. This lesson not only impacts one’s business, but also the consumer and their overall experience.
By Terry Arko
Chlorine became popular for pool use in the 1920s. A form of calcium hypochlorite containing 70 per cent available chlorine, and known as high-test hypochlorite (HTH), became available in 1923. This form of chlorine became very popular as a bleaching agent, as well as a sanitizer for...
By Gene Brown, Chris Neal, and Skip Phillips
To match this demand, more stainless steel pool and spa manufacturers have entered the residential market, fabricating custom vessels for backyard installations.
By Michael Lowry
This article will look deeper into the mechanisms of testing water quality parameters and help to anticipate and remove interferences and errors when conducting water tests. The water parameters under review will include pH, total alkalinity, calcium hardness, cyanuric acid, and free and total chlorine.
By Kate Rabe
Communications and processes are two terms many business owners cringe at when asked how they would rate these in their organization. What is it about these words that make people so uncomfortable?
The industry is seeing a growing number of professionals opting to concentrate specifically on the installation of automatic pool covers, which is leading more and more builders across Canada and the U.S. to outsource this business.
Pool professionals and consumers are embracing salt chlorine generators and reaping the benefits of this technology. These devices eliminate the handling of chemicals, allowing homeowners and other operators into add salt into the generator at the beginning of the season rather than put chlorine to the feeder weekly.
Preventive maintenance refers to routine upkeep to ensure pool equipment continues to operate efficiently, whereby preventing any unanticipated downtime and the associated costs from equipment failure.