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  • Rain, rain, go away! Seeing a murky, cloudy pool after a downpour can make anyone want to wish the rain away. But as we know, rain is an important weather element, especially for dry and drought-prone areas. Learning how to … Continue reading → The post Cloudy Pool after Rain appeared first on InTheSwim Pool […]
  • Unless you’re an alligator, it’s safe to assume you don’t want to be swimming around in algae. But if you do, we won’t judge! However, for everyone else, an abundance of algae in your swimming pool is the stuff of … Continue reading → The post Pool Shock: Shocking for Algae Removal appeared first on […]
  • A leaking pool pump can make even the most seasoned pool owner nervous. Pool pumps are expensive pieces of equipment, and it’s easy to fear the worst when yours has a leak. But finding a pump leak is not a … Continue reading → The post Leaking Pool Pump! appeared first on InTheSwim Pool Blog.
  • An abundance of heavy rain can be a blessing and a curse. On one hand, if the area you live in is experiencing a drought, a torrential downpour can be a gift from Mother Nature herself. But on the other … Continue reading → The post Flooded Inground Pool: 10-Steps to Recovery appeared first on […]
  • Heavy rains have become the norm in recent years, even for areas once drought-stricken. The skies have opened up, and filled our pools with rain in the process. Our question today is: What is the effect of rain on pool … Continue reading → The post Heavy Rains & Pool Water Chemistry appeared first on […]