Conserve Water, Build a Pool

Building a Pool helps Conserve Water Everybody has good reasons to try and conserve water. It’s one great way to help our ecosystem thrive. So when times get tough, some people might think of something like a swimming pool as frivolous and wasteful. That would be false. Pools can actually help you conserve water. Don’t…

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6 Great Spring Cocktails

Spring Cocktails to Serve at Your Pool Party So you’ve decided to have a pool party. Fun in the sun and the water sounds great right? But your guests will be needing something in the way of refreshments and we here at Premier Pools and Spas have some thoughts on the best spring cocktails to…

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Water Chemistry- PH Levels

PH Levels and Alkaline in Your Pool So last week we talked to you about chlorine and I know you all are super eager to learn about another important factor of pool chemistry. The acidity or PH levels of water are another important factor when balancing and testing your pool water. PH can be crucial…

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To Spa or Not To Spa?

Getting a Pool? How about a Spa? Have you been considering building a pool in your backyard? Have you considered a spa? There are the obvious benefits to a spa. The relaxation and the therapeutic advantages. The hot water is great for any sore muscles. Whether you pulled a muscle carrying your kid around for…

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Freeze Protection in Dallas

Winter Is Coming: Freeze Protection Keeps Your Pool Functioning Through the Winter. It has been a cold winter in Dallas, one of the coldest we have ever experienced! According to the Dallas News we hit 51 freezes and Dallas hasn’t seen numbers like that since 1911 to 1912. With all that ice, pool owners might…

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Types of Pools and Pool Design

Pool Design- Shapes to Consider So you’ve decided it’s time to build the pool of your dreams! But what kind of pool will it be? We have three basic categories of pool designs. First is the freeform pool. Get groovy with your pool design and don’t think it has to be a standard shape. Although…

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Water Chemistry- Consider the Chlorine Levels

Chlorine Levels: Too much, too little or just right. Water chemistry sounds a little like a class you might not want to take in college but it’s really important for pool maintenance. It’s what keeps the pool clean and working efficiently. One of the most important factors in maintaining your pool is the chlorine levels.…

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What are the Different Types of Pool Entry?

Types of Pool Entry: Baja Shelf, Steps, or Beach Entry When designing the pool that fits your home and family, you have to consider more than just where it fits in your backyard. How are you planning to step into your pool? And who is using your pool? The types of pool entry can vary…

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The Weather, and Your Pool, is Warming Up – Tips for Pool Opening

Spring is right around the corner and it’s about time to open your pool. Good news is you’ll be swimming soon, but before you can get splashing, the proper steps must be taken too get the pool up and running to ensure the system is working correctly as well as treat the water that has…

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Small Space? Small Pools May Be For You!

Oftentimes, we hear from our family and friends something along the lines of “I love your pools, but I just can’t fit a pool in my backyard.”  Or, even “Even though I want one, I just don’t have the time to maintain a swimming pool.”  These are common and understandable points, but when if you…

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