News tagged “Pool”

Faulty Pool Heater Causes Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

By Julia Southerland April 17, 2017 , , , ,

Early this month a teenage boy died and 14 others were hospitalized for carbon monoxide poisoning due to a malfunctioning indoor pool heater. While this tragedy is shocking, it is unfortunately not the first time this has happened. Carbon monoxide is produced when fuel is burned, and when too much of it is present in […]

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S.R. Smith Recalls heliX® Residential Pool Slides due to Fall Risk

By Julia Southerland March 7, 2017 , , , , ,

At American Pool, your safety is always our number one priority. We pledge to stay up-to-date with all product recalls to give our customers a stress and worry free pool experience. Pool equipment manufacturer S.R. Smith is voluntarily recalling affected heliX® residential pool slides. S.R. Smith has found that it is possible for a child […]

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Modern Pool Trends

By Keisha Rigby February 15, 2017 , , , , , ,

There are times when you just have to go all in. Deciding whether or not to revamp your home is definitely one of those moments. Don’t let the hesitation of starting a new project stop you from starting at all. With a multitude of new innovations and resources flooding the swimming pool industry, taking the […]

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Where are the most historic pools in the U.S.?

Where are the most historic pools in the U.S.?

By Mike Wright November 4, 2014

Scattered around the country and some barely resembling the forms they had at their heights, the most historic pools in the U.S. are evidence not only of unique pool construction techniques, but also of swimming’s enduring popularity throughout the ages.

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