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Questions to Ask about Swimming Pool Equipment & Supplies

Aside from their recreational uses, swimming pools can add value and aesthetic appeal to someone's property. So if you're going to build a swimming pool, or if you're just looking into the subject for other reasons, you should be aware of some important considerations that tend to crop up.

  • What kind of pool would be most appropriate?
    There are two fundamental types: above ground pools, which are impermanent structures built on the ground, and in ground pools, which are constructed in large pits. Above ground pools are easily the cheaper of the two. They can also be disassembled when necessary, and are considered relatively safe because you can block easy access to them by removing the ladder. However, in ground pools have advantages that may compensate for their additional expense. Once installed, in ground models are usually much cheaper to maintain than above ground varieties. Also, the greater size and depth of in ground pools can supply considerably more room, and it is much safer to dive into them.

  • What are the legal requirements to build a pool?
    If you're going to be involved with constructing a pool, you must comply with the laws and regulations in your area. Certain locales forbid the construction of in ground pools altogether. Often, you will be required to supply a fence around the pool area for safety reasons. You should also be aware that building an in ground pool can trigger an increase in property taxes.

  • What equipment do I need to keep the pool clean?
    You should know about filters, useful pieces of equipment used to capture small particles of foreign matter in pools. Chemical disinfectants are used to kill harmful bacteria. The most well known of these is chlorine, but bromine tends to be more effective in the high temperatures found in spas.
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    Notsch Pool Products Write review for this local business
    2501 N 24th St, Phoenix, AZ 85008
    (602) 840-8289  
    Alden Leeds Inc Write review for this local business
    5707 W Buckeye Rd Ste B, Phoenix, AZ 85043
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    Www.Wecleanyourpool.Com Write review for this local business
    4219 E Saltsage Dr, Phoenix, AZ 85048
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    1733 E Mckellips Rd Ste 108, Tempe, AZ 85281
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    Pool Systems Write review for this local business
    943 S 48th St Ste 100, Tempe, AZ 85281
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    Saline Generating Systems Write review for this local business
    1436 W 12th Pl, Tempe, AZ 85281
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    A Qualabz Write review for this local business
    1000 S Park Ln, Tempe, AZ 85281
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    BD Pools and Spas Write review for this local business
    13607 N 32nd St, Phoenix, AZ 85032
    (602) 483-4450  
    Coating Systems Laboratories Inc Write review for this local business
    211 E Chilton Dr, Chandler, AZ 85225
    (480) 503-0267  
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    295 E Corporate Pl Ste 108, Chandler, AZ 85225
    (480) 893-7607  
    A and M Corson's AquaValue Write review for this local business
    3544 E Southern Avenue, Suite 105, Mesa, AZ 85204
    (480) 485-6377  
    Techni Clean System Inc Write review for this local business
    1331 N Los Alamos, Mesa, AZ 85213
    (480) 830-5121  
    Four Star Gunite LP Write review for this local business
    11520 E Germann Rd Ste 140, Chandler, AZ 85286
    (480) 814-2894  
    Allen Concepts Inc Write review for this local business
    1823 W Springfield Way, CHANDLER, AZ 85248
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    51000 Po Box, Mesa, AZ 85208
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    Pool equipment and wholesale supply manufacturers are experts in their field. They sell swimming pools and pool equipment to interested customers, and they're always happy to supply new customers with what they need.

    These manufacturers and suppliers generally specialize in above ground and in ground pool accessories. But they are also likely to sell spa and exercise equipment to interested customers. And sometimes they even help customers install or clean their equipment.

    A supplier can tell you whether you should buy a heated or unheated pool. They can tell you what you should expect while you build and install your pool. And they can even help you decorate the area around your pool.

    These supply experts know a considerable amount about the ins and outs of both above ground and in ground pools. They also know as much as anyone about pool covers, pumps, and other accessories. They could, for instance, tell you whether or not to buy a vinyl pool cover. They could also tell you what type of diving board you ought to invest in, and whether or not you'll need a filter or liner for your pool.

    On top of all that, they will likely be able to help you repair or maintain an existing pool. They can patch up a broken fiberglass diving board, and they can fix the chemical composition of the water in your pool.

    In recent years, swimming pool suppliers have begun to specialize more and more in solar-powered pools, and they'll be happy to help you install a state-of-the art pool.

    So, the next time you need a new supply or accessory for your pool, you'll know who to call. And, if you've decided to dive in, so to speak, and build your first pool, a supplier should be one of the first people you contact!