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.
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.
There has been a revolution in home technology gradually gathering momentum over the past 10 years. What started out as gadgetry for only the wealthiest or most technology-obsessed early adopters has steadily transformed into normal expectations for convenient living and peace of mind.
Most retailers understand the value of creating a unique experience for their customers. Customization is an excellent way for small business owners who are looking to differentiate their products from those of big-box competitors.
Can a residential pool be designed for the best of both worlds—indoor and outdoor swimming—even in frigid climates? The answer is yes, but extreme care in design and equipment sizing must be first determined.
It is very unpleasant to anticipate relaxing in a pool only to dip a toe in and find the water is frigid. This unpleasantness can easily spiral into frustration when maintenance is unable to provide a timeline as to when the issue may be resolved.
With more government agencies in Canada and the U.S. adopting the Model Aquatic Health Code (MAHC), there is a new industry standard to follow for pool operating procedures and best practices. As such, many organizations are turning toward digital storage and processing of their records to ensure they are...