Tips For Installing A Swimming Pool On Your Property


Choosing to invest in installing a swimming pool may be one of the biggest decisions that you make when it comes to your property. Due to the size and complexity of this decision, there are many factors that may be overlooked, and this could compromise your experience with owning a swimming pool. Have Soil Testing Performed If you are considering having a swimming pool placed on your property, having a soil test performed should be one of the first things that you do.

13 December 2017

Top 4 Reasons To Hire A Pool Company To Service And Maintain Your Backyard Pool


Owning a pool can provide countless hours and fun and entertainment, but it also comes with a lot of responsibility. If you want to enjoy your pool without spending hours maintaining it and trying to make repairs, it is in your best interest to invest in professional services and maintenance from a pool company. There are a number of reasons to hire a professional pool company to service your pool regularly, such as:

6 November 2017

What You Need To Know When Buying A House With An Inground Pool In A Tax Sale


In many states, tax sales are an excellent way to invest in real estate. Tax sales can help real estate investors find diamonds in the rough, but they can also lead to major nightmares, especially when there is an inground pool on an abandoned property. Fortunately, companies that provide swimming pool restorations, such as After Hours Pool Service, can save the day. Here's what you need to know if you are interested in investing in a tax sale property that has an inground pool.

6 September 2017

3 Important Questions To Ask When Buying A Used Hot Tub


Your day is long, your body is tired, and your stress levels are at a peak, but you know when you get home, you have a tub of hot water just waiting for you to sink into it and watch your pains evaporate with the bubbles that surround you. There are few things more enticing when it comes to home improvements than installing a hot tub. However, a brand new hot tub is not always in the budget, so what do you do if you still want to grab yourself a small piece of home luxury?

27 July 2017

What To Do Before Calling A Custom Pool Contractor


A custom pool might be something that you're looking forward to, especially when the weather begins to warm. You may be compiling a list of pool contractors to discuss the project with, but you may be unaware that there are some things you want to take care of by yourself first. By doing the following, you may be able to save yourself some time, money, and sanity throughout the pool installation process.

17 July 2017

Key Reasons Your Spa Should Be Professionally Maintained


If you own a home spa and you have ever worried that you didn't put the right amount or type of chemicals into it at the appropriate time or if you have ever experienced puzzling symptoms after indulging its warm water, it is a good idea to consider hiring a professional to do some or all of the maintenance the unit requires. For instance, you might already know that your spa could incur damage if an excessive amount of chemicals are put into the unit, and accidentally underdosing it can make the water unsafe to use.

3 April 2017

3 Tips for Properly Caring for Your New Hot Tub


Whether you just purchased a new hot tub or you are about to, you want to make sure that you are well aware of all of the ways in which you can properly care for it. This way, keeping it clean and maintained will be an easy enough task and you will find that the hot tub will provide you with many years of enjoyment. Keep the Cover Cleaned Over time, a hot tub cover that is not kept properly cleaned will end up smelling really bad and it will develop mildew.

13 March 2017