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Pool Closing Marks Summer's Unofficial End
Whether you do it yourself or get help from the professionals at Aqua-Blue, pool closing time signals the unofficial end of summer. Weather has a great deal to do with the time you decide to close down your pool for the season. If it has been hot and the water is still warm, it’s tempting to keep it open during the first couple of weeks of September, so your family can still enjoy weekend swims.



Don't Forget to Have Your Pools Water Tested and Balanced Prior to Closing
With Pool closures fast approaching, it is recommended to have your water tested and balanced prior to closing. Have you balanced your pools water recently? This is often overlooked and failure to do so, could result in liner wrinkles, fading or even staining. It is suggested to protect your investment, bring in a water sample each month, this will result in balanced the water extending the life of your pools liner and all the related equipment. Also, minimizing the possibility of algae or bacteria growth so upon opening the water is in a far better state.
So You Got Algae...Here's What to Do
So you didn't read that last blog, or you just skimmed through it and took the "coles notes" version. No worries, we got you covered. Once Algae forms it can be a painful road ahead, but here's what to do and more importantly what not to do :)
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