How to Start a Pool Company
The first step for how to start a pool company is to write a business plan. The next step is to set your business as a legal entity.
Is Building a Pool a Good Idea?
Moreover, in terms of selling your home in the future, is building a pool a good idea? Well, a pool would make sense in a sophisticated neighborhood where other homes also have one.
Do You Have to Have a Fence Around Your Pool in Texas?
Do you have to have a fence around your pool in Texas? The answer is yes. But requirements vary according to your locale.
How Bad is Chlorine for Hair
Chlorine is usually put in water to destroy harmful bacteria that cause harm to the body. However, despite its benefits it’s still a harsh chemical that can destroy your hair when used in excess. Several studies show that chlorine can actually cause brittle hair, especially in individuals who regularly swim in chlorinated water. Below we will also discuss the other side effects of chlorine. Loss of Elasticity and Natural Shine Chlorine has the ability to remove all the natural oils present in your hair, thereby causing weak and brittle follicles that can easily get damaged or broken. When you dip your hair for a long period of time in a…
Rash Cause: Pseudomonas Aeruginosa Explained
Pseudomonas aeruginosa (abbreviated P. aeruginosa and pronounced sood-o-`mo- nez airoo-gin-o-sa) is a bacterium that causes the majority of skin rashes and infections from pool and spa use. P. aeruginosa is also the cause of most cases of “swimmer’s ear” acquired in swimming pools. It is generally believed that P. aeruginosa rashes are the most common recreational water illness in treated waters. What It Is P. aeruginosa is a very common bacterium found in water, soil and on many plants. It can grow on the inside surfaces of PVC pipes used for pool and spa construction and garden hoses used to fill pools and spas. It is adapted to live in…
When Pools Turn Purple
When Pools Turn Purple It may look pretty, but the cause can be a real problem. By Nate Traylor Jack’s Magic While manganese stains look similar to those from copper cyanurate, they affect the pool and water differently. Among the most peculiar stains the pool professional will encounter are those created by manganese or copper cyanurate.Both create a strange purplish hue in the pool, but the latter is especially peculiar. When water contains copper and a high level of cyanuric acid, the combination creates copper cyanurate. This can reveal itself in the form of purple crystals along the waterline, skimmer basket, walls and bottom. It’s one of the prettiest chemical…