The DOE’s pool pump regulations are changing. Here’s what you need to know.

The aquatics industry is getting some new swimming pool pump guidelines from the federal government. The new pool pump regulations will affect pumps of most sizes, especially in-ground pool pumps. But how much will it affect you? That depends — keep reading to find out more. What’s this all about, anyway? Beginning on July 19, [...]

A Behind-the-Scenes Look at Swimming Pool Management

Even when the pool season starts to slow down, we’re working year-round to ensure your pool’s success. That’s because it takes 365 days to pull off a great pool season; whether that’s for the summer, or even longer in hotter climates and indoor facilities.  We take a holistic approach toward swimming pool management, which means [...]

Avoiding Pool Equipment Corrosion

Swimming pool equipment corrosion or rusting is inevitable, given the ongoing exposure to water and pool chemicals, but the process can be slowed. Rust is a form of corrosion affecting iron and iron alloys including steel. Corrosion can affect other metals but may not be referred to as rust. Rust and corrosion are destructive forces [...]

By |2020-01-22T15:08:24-05:00November 11th, 2019|News & Insights, Pool Maintenance & Service, Uncategorized|

Tips on Keeping Your Pool Budget-Friendly

Maintaining a commercial pool requires an ongoing financial commitment, but it doesn’t have to be an overwhelming financial burden. There are steps that every facility can take to help manage operating pool costs. Being conscious and consistent with budget-friendly efforts will keep your pool’s expenses affordable all year long. Try these tips to maintain your [...]

By |2020-01-22T15:16:18-05:00September 9th, 2019|American Pool News, News & Insights, Uncategorized|

Pools on a Budget: Construction and Maintenance

Keeping costs low is usually a goal for most establishments. Facilities with pools may find this to be especially difficult, because building and maintaining pools may require additional finances. These additional financial obligations can end up being more costly when proper construction and maintenance aren’t considered. Here are a few tips for planning to build [...]

5 Reasons Why Fall is the Perfect Time For Pool Renovations and Repairs

Fall isn’t the best season for swimming, but it is the best season for pool repairs! Fall is often overlooked as a season to improve pools because people aren’t swimming as regularly. However, because the pool isn’t being used as often, cooler months are prime time for pool repairs and renovations. Here are five great [...]

Enzymes: Keeping Pools Scum-Free

Although your pool maintenance routine may already be working well, there’s always room for improvement! Enzyme treatments are a great addition to any pool maintenance routine. They help keep your pool scum-free and improve water quality without much additional effort! What are Enzymes? Enzymes are molecules that speed up chemical reactions of other substances. Enzyme [...]

Pool Coping Maintenance

There are many details to take into account when managing a commercial pool. Pool coping is an aspect of your facility’s pool that is important for the safety of guests and cleanliness of pool water. It serves both functional and aesthetic purposes. Coping is the material above the tile line that generally covers the top [...]

American Pool and CAI-NJ

Providing pool service to communities is our business, but keeping those communities safe and happy are the most important aspects. This means that we not only pride ourselves as a leader of the pool industry, but that we involve ourselves in community matters all across the country. Our New Jersey offices dedicate time and expertise [...]

Avoiding Pool Closures and Illness

It’s finally summertime, you know what that means! Time to relax in the pool and enjoy the refreshing water on a hot, sunny day. Each season brings new surprises, and this one won’t be the exception. Today we discuss a surprising hot topic circling news sites: cryptosporidium parasites. Recently there have been an increase of [...]

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