Building a Pool When You Are Afraid of Water

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Building a Pool When You Are Afraid of Water

Hi, my name is Molly, and a few years ago, we built a pool so that our autistic son could receive hydrotherapy at our home. However, as drowning is a common cause of death and injury among kids with autism, it petrified me to build a pool. However, we worked closely with a pool contractor to make sure that it was as safe as possible. I love the result, and although I am always careful and cautious, I am no longer afraid of having a pool. If you want tips and ideas on designing your pool (even if you are afraid of pools or water), you have come to the right place. I hope that this blog helps you.


How to Clean Your Murky Pool and Prevent Algae Buildup

3 December 2015
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When you feel like taking a dip, there's nothing more off-putting than the green hue of algae. Every pool owner battles these frustrating little organisms at some point; it's just one of the necessary evils of owning a pool. Because algae contains chlorophyll, they photosynthesize, which makes them flourish during the times that you really want to use your pool: the summer. How Algae Forms Algae spores can infiltrate your pool in a number of ways, most commonly through wind, rain and dirty swimsuits. Read More …