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All pool owners must know how to keep their pool sparkling clean. A pool pump and filter are the first line of defense against leaves and other particles. Chemical treatments should likewise be used to kill bacteria and control contaminants.
Answer No above ground pool cover is safe for little ones as adults can be in a rush and forget to "buckle down the hatches." Usually the covers that fit over the sides and are clipped down are the best. However, a fence around the above pool is even better. Marcy A swimming pool safety cover …
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Answer The vacuum tree is located at the back of the upper intake manifold on the MPFI engines. Edited answer: the vacuum tree is located (looking from the front of the motor) on the right rear side (driver's side) of the upper intake maniforld. You can locate the disconnected hose and reinsert …
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Consider this: For a 44x22' pool the in-floor system costs $7,000+. For that price you can use a rover type vacume, and have the pool professionally cleaned weekly for 20+ years. I still can't find a good review of how clean the in-floor systems actually keep the pool. Rover type systems have fairly…
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While the fumes of muriatic acid (hydrochloric acid - HCl) are slightly heavier than air, the oxidation reaction is highly exothermic. The acid fumes will react with things in air, and generate heat. The heat generated causes gases to rise, so muriatic acid co-oxidant gases will fill the surroun…
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The short answer is, no, it is not harmful.If you are having problems with your grass having dead spots, there are many things which can cause these problems. One is a fungus, which can only be treated in the winter when your grass goes dormant. Over-watering or under-watering can also cause problem…
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Answers for USA, Canada and countries running a 60 Hz power supply service. Well, you can run a 10/3, if that's what the unit calls for. If the pool heater equipment/motor only call for a 30 amp feeder you're away. I think this would be a bit light myself. You would have to tell me what the p…
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Grounding a pool is serious business, there are many risks if this is not done right. Grounding also varies depending city, county, state, country. For starters, you can't have a good enough ground for your pool. This is one case where more is better. As a general rule, you could drive a 10 ft coppe…
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You can run a wire from one of the outdoor outlets. 110, 115, and 120 volt circuits are pretty much interchangeable. An appliance rated for one of these will work fine on any of them. You may need to check the pump's amperage to be sure it isn't greater than the capacity of the circuit breaker. &nb…
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Answer Put the filter system on the ground where it cannot possibly fall into the pool. Also have the system run through a GFCI circuit. Answer GFCI outlet... does that stop the flow of electricity when the filter hits the water? I was thinking more along the lines of rambunctious idiotic te…
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No. Beehives are often located near a water source. Occasionally some worker bees will even be sent out to gather some water to bring back to the hive to help with the process of converting nectar to honey as well as to make wax. Also, water sources usually have the most varieties of flowers aroun…
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Required Signage Around a PoolGenerally just an oxidizer sign is required on a pump house or chemical storage. Your local fire department will be happy to help with that, since it's those guys who need to know what you have in the way of chemicals stored (your chemical supplier should know where to …
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Water Evaporation from a Pool The evaporation rate depends on the surface area of the pool, the temperature, and the relative humidity and the wind. I'm sure an "equation" containing the variables is known. Perhaps a civil or mechanical engineer would have a specific equation. I did find what seems …
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Green Stuff in the Pool The green stuff is one of two things: 1) algae which needs to be oxidized (shocked) or 2) copper which can be removed with a sequestering agent. Here are more answers from other FAQ Farmers: Like the posters above you could have Algae, generally indicated by a green growth o…
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I have a vinyl liner pool and I was wathcing the bottom being prepared. 1) The bottom needs to be very smooth my builder used a hand trowel to do this. My liner is 22 mil thick and I do feel little bumps her and there. If it is not trowled smooth it will be very rough on your feet. 2) The corners w…
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Soft water basically is the process of removing calcium and other minerals to "soften" the water or make less "hard". To answer the question NO you should not add soft water to your pool because soft water (under 150 PPM HArdness level) is corrosive and can cause damage to your pool shell and equipm…
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Insurance rates, upon which premiums are based, depend not only upon the amount of coverage (the "coverage limits") but more, the nature of the risk. Homeowners insurers therefore will consider the presence of a pool in the risk calculation. Further, from the standpoint of physical damage coverage, …
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Since you are dealing with rainwater runoff, you want to refer to Table 1106.3 "Size of Horizontal Storm Drainage Piping" from the International Plumbing Code along with any local amendments This code will allow you to use the maximum slope you have available at your site and this can reduce the req…
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Joe, My pool is about 15 yrs old. It is 15,400 gal, with a 600 gal spa next to it, and they both run off the same 1.5hp pump. Works great. In my case, the spa dumps excess water into the pool, so I keep the pool & spa returns open all the time and the overflow eliminates worrying about ba…
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If you have an in ground pool, in freezing weather, make sure you leave your on pump constantly to circulate the water, if not you could have damage to your pump, and breaking water pipes. The water might freeze on top of the pool, but underneath the water should still be circulating, if not find s…
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Yes, Any pool can be converted to a salt water pool All that is needed to do this is the installation of chlorine generator this is put inline in an appropriate spot on the pools existing filtration system and the installation of the electronic control system. and of course the saltIt must be re…
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A salt water pool chlorinating system works just fine in a gunite pool. It makes Little difference what sort of pool you put it in. A salt water system as stated above does use the salt to make chlorine. However, the benefits of a salt water system are the ease of use, virtually no irritation to th…
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I usually tell my customers to watch the pool, keep the chemicals balanced, and if it stays clear, then the chlorine is not being blocked out by the stabilizer. If it turns green and the chlorine level is normal, then the chlorine is being blocked out, and the pool needs a couple of feet of water dr…
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You haven't mentioned if the pool is a vinyl liner, fiberglass or gunite. What you will do is ruin the surface of the pool. Plan on replacing a vinyl liner, re-plastering a gunite pool and I'm not sure what effect dirt would have on a fiberglass. That being said: Drain and blowout all water in all t…
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I'm a new pool owner. My wife & I bought our house in October so the in ground pool was already closed. I bought a small pump (about $60) from home depot which hooks up to your garden hose, and every other week I would drain any rain or snow (obviously if it melted) from the pool cover. From my …
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Pool covers should be put on indoor pools, because if something harmful to swim in (such as cleaning liquid) gets in the pool if it's not covered, it could ruin the pool water.   No, - if you don't mind spending a good deal of money on a really good dehumidifier. If you don't use a cover yo…
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I would not recommend using sea water in a fresh water pool even if it uses a salt water sanitation system. First, the amount of salt in a saltwater treated pool is very low (around 0.5%, which is one-half of one-percent). This concentration of salt is about half as much as a teardrop (1%) and nea…
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A gunite pool shell IS waterproof before plastering.   First, gunite/shotcrete is not water proof. The reason for the plaster is to make the pool water proof. You don't have to and should not water proof gunite because it will affect the bonding properties for the plaster.   Contrary t…
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Based on your question, I will assume that there is nearly no elevation difference between the pool and the pump locations. Given this, the only factor in the max pipe length of a horizonal run is the friction of the water on the pipes. In this application, your pump has to do two jobs: 1) move …
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%REPLIES%   If by chlorine pool, you mean a pool filled with fresh water that uses chlorine (or bromine) as a sanitizer, then the question really is: Is a salt water pool faster than a fresh water pool?If by "faster", you mean ability to swim fast, then the answer is the salt water pool.A swi…
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Gunite Pools Yes, you can drain it. DO NOT leave it empty, however, but refill promptly. If the pool is empty and there is a lot of water in the ground soil, it could cause the pool to float and crack. I have had this house for 4 years and have drained my gunite pool every spring, acid-was…
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Answer Pools using salt systems have equipment that coverts sodium chloride (salt) in the water to chlorine in a small chamber on the return side of the filtration and heating equipment. The only advantage to adding additional chlorine to the pool would be to rapidly oxidize(shock)impurities like…
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Gunite Swimming Pools are the best type of swimming pool out there, provided that the pool is correctly built they can be installed anywhere in the world without any damage being done to them. As far as servicing of the pool standard service applies e.i. brushing vacuuming chemically treating. And i…
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Muriatic (hydrochloric) acid is great, and will clean anything that it won't dissolve. But it's VERY DANGEROUS. Even when diluted, it can burn the skin and eyes, and the vapors will choke you. For general cleaning, try Purple Power. It's a lot safer, but still strong enough to take paint offif ou l…
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It can be drained indefinitely as long as you have some way to ensure pressure relief from ground water. I plaster pools for a living (8 yrs)and we also acid wash. All you need to do is open up the hydrostat plug in the floor (preferably in the deepest part of your pool, ie. the bowl by the drains).…
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Yes. You will lose an average of one foot on each side of the pool because of the thickness of the gunite wall. My recommendation is to check the referrences of the contractor. Make sure they've done this kind of work before, and ask to see one, or more, of their conversions. Also, the costs involve…
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%DETAILS% Answer When using windows, glass, skylights, doors, doorwalls, etc. in an indoor pool, all windows/glass areas should be double pane minimum. No single pane glass should be used. With french doors you will want to ensure a well made door that has double pane glass and is insulated …
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The best way to rid your yard of insects is to provide a bird-friendly habitat. Put in a feeder in winter. Put out a bird-bath in summer. Provide shrubs & trees favorable to birds. They eat many many insects, as do frogs.You can buy from pool shops some stuff to put in the pool water which puts …
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Summary: A mixture of cement and sand sprayed onto contoured and supported surfaces to build a pool. Gunite is mixed and pumped to the site dry, and water is added at the point of application. Plaster is usually applied over the gunite. The plaster is actually the material that is visible and that c…
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Fill it with water from a hose with your pump running, wait a couple hours and then test the water and adjust your chemicals.
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Make sure your water is balanced and add salt (sodium chloride). You need to purchase a saltwater chlorine generator and you'll need to calculate the amount of salt you need. You would need to bring your pool salt content up to 3,000 ppm.Concentration is the amount (by weight) of salt in water and c…
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This a bit involved, so work through this with me ... The easiest way is to contact InyoPools online or call them 877-372-6038 The goal is to have a heater that has enough capacity to heat the pool to your desired level in a reasonable amount of time. Maintaining that temperature is a lot easier o…
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Your gas pool heater should have a BTU/hr rating for input and output printed on a placard somewhere on the heater. Look for the input rating and divide by 100,000 to get Therms/hr. Assuming your gas is being billed in dollars per Therm, just multiply that rate by your Therms/hr. to get dollars/hour…
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Foam can come from: 1. Soap 2. Certain algaecides 3. Organic debris Answer: Soap- Thoroughly rinse toys and swimsuits before allowing them in the pool. This is a good practice anyway, especially if they have been used in any "natural" water (pond, lake, ocean) since that can introduce things much …
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The answer is absolutely! Secondary market products are readily available for a conversion such as this. A plastic, resin, or fiberglass track is installed just under the top edge of the coping around the swimming pool. The track is usually attached with some sort of stainless steel screw. Rolled Wa…
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Attention, All Birds! I had the same problems regarding birds pooping in the pool. My neighbor advised me to use an alligator float chlorinator. I purchased the alligator at Home Depot and put it in my pool. The result? No birds even close to the pool... birds do NOT like the alligator.Local people…
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Answer I have a salt water system and recently had my pool resurfaced. There was no staining. Answer If you put your salt in the skimmer like you we're supposed to there should be no staining, If you put your salt directly into your pool it could stain from the minerals in the salt. If you us…
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I've owned an in-ground vinyl pool for many years. I have used several pool companies over the years. Each pool person I have talked to recommends draining no more than half the water at any time. This is something that is typically done for the winterization process. It was explained to me that the…
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Gauge is the equivalent of a "mil" which is "thousandths" of an inch. Hence, a 20-gauge pool liner would be 20-mil which is 20 thousandths of an inch or 0.020" = 0.02 inches. A 30-gauge liner would be 30-mils or 0.03 inches. ... most above ground pools are 20 mil and in ground liners are usually…
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Duck droppings are harmful if allowed to dry and harbor a mould that when ingested will cause long term illness. Mainly small children are at risk. The droppings in the pool will be sanitised by the pool chlorine however I would like to see the level of chlorine sanitiser at around 5ppm to be sure. …
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Maybe - maybe not. Here's an easy way to find out:Fill your pool to the normal level. Mark the water level on the side of the pool with a non-permanent marker.Fill a 5-gal bucket with water. Mark the water level also with the marker. Place the bucket next to the pool.Compare the water levels for a c…
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If you calculate the cost of chlorine over a 10 year period of time and the cost of purchasing, servicing and maintaining a salt generator over 10 years there is no comparison. Salt generators never have a payback, in fact, will likely cost more than twice as must as simple chlorine.   Keep i…
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That depends on how much you care about the cicadas
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It all depends on whether there is ground water on the other side of the gunnite shell and how deep it is. Assuming the pool is 15 x 30 feet with a 4 ft shallow end and an 8 ft deep end and is rectangular, not rounded: the weight of the gunite would be approx. 87,000 lbs (6 inch thick@3.12gm/cc). An…
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We have a vinyl liner which has been stretched from water getting under it when we have extremely heavy rains. When the vacuum head glides over this area it sucks the stretched vinyl into the hole. I have to pull the vacuum head hard to get it to let go. Sometimes it affects the the filter pull if I…
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Pool water that has a higher concentration of COPPER will tend to turn light colored hair slightly green. The copper could be from a number of sources including: naturally high copper content in your local water; high use of copper-based algaecides; high water pH; use of ionizers, etc. Some peopl…
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The answer is part safety and part appearance.A dark pool bottom and sides makes it hard to see the bottom. In some cases, it can look even "bottomless". This can be dangerous because someone may jump or dive in thinking that the water is deeper than it really is and injure themselves.Also, a dark c…
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%REPLIES% Answer After six years in this home with a 15 year old pool cartridge filter, I junked it for a DE filter. I'm very very satisfied with the change. The DE filter cleans the pool quicker, but I did get a larger one than recommended because various notes on the internet suggested gett…
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The bubbles need to go in the water, facing the bottom of the pool.
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I think what you are seeing is what we here call "boatmen." Once in a while, I find one or two in my pool, and I scoop them up and kill them. And they also bite and are tricky swimmers. I've noticed that if I'm low on my chlorine, they're around. In which case, I add more immediately. They actua…
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Generally yes, as long as the solar blanket does not interfere with the hose to the automatic cleaner. This will depend upon the exact type of cleaner you might have. In most cases, the hose will simply move smoothly along the underside of the solar blanket. I would suggest that you try it but kee…
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It's very tough to remove rust stains if they are already established. It sounds like you have an aboveground pool, possibly purchased at Canadian Tire. You can use a sequestering agent (such as Aqua Min-Out) to keep the rust-causing minerals in solution (in the water) so that they don't stain the p…
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It all depends on what shape the pool is. Rectangle : L X W X Height Free-form pools like kidneys etc, need a lot more detailing. L plus W plus H The way you would do this is by measuring from the inside on the wall, to the opposite side, inside on the wall. Do this in both direction on the pool…
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You can keep the water moving, it does not allow the bugs to land on the surface. Turn on the aireator more often, they do not like to fly through it.
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Yes,but only if your pool is resin[that is constructed from 100% polymer or plastic]. It is not advisable to use salt in a "steel pool".   Salt in a steel pool is a lousy salesman answer. All Chlorine is made from Salt and the amount needed in your pool is insignificant to what kind of pool y…
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i prefer a slower turnover for several reasons... primarily because slower water travel through the filter tends to give you a better single pass cleaning and isn't as hard on the cartridge pleats. most important is to remember to clean the filter(s) when the pressure has risen 5-7 psi over the cle…
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Here are a couple of ideas: 1. You could use a type of alarm that utilizes a wristband like: http://www.smarthome.com/3220B.html >P> 2. There are several floating alarms that detect wave motion caused when someone falls in. ...
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For my pool, I do the following:Pool Opening:Add water to above skimmerOpen heater and connect heating port insideReattach chlorinator and linesConnect heater at grey linesRemove skimmer plugRemove rubber plugs from jetsReattach black plugs to pump (2) and to filter (1)Reinstall filter cartridgeTake…
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I work for a pool company and have found that a sand filter is the most common. An earth filter provides the best filtration but can be more time consuming and can cause a problem when using a bacquacil pool. (ie, frequent clogging). There is also cartridge filters but i find those to be less effic…
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It's A Matter of Opinion That is a lot like the Question: Which is better Ford,Chevy or GMC. It is all personal preference. A pool manufacturer has to meet strict guidelines in order to offer their goods to the public. It's not a matter of opinion, there are many differences in the fiberglass …
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I assume you mean the salt water unit is rated up to 40,000 gallons.The salt water unit rating is based on some assumption of the number of hours the unit (and pool pump) is turned on. You might need to run your pool pump for a longer period of time than the rating to get the proper amount of chlori…
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If you are getting bright color patches on plaster hmmm, what is happening to the equipment also? You could have a chemical imbalance in your pool. Are you actually using a test kit to determine the readings of chlorine and pH? You may have reduced the life of the pool plaster and the equipment by m…
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An expandable liner for 48" pools. Specify when ordering from your dealer. There's different shapes for the extra depth such as a dish shape and a deep end for an oval pool. http://www.IlovePools.com
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Fixed skimmers are good for small bodies of water that don't have a surge tank. Performance of fixed skimmers will change depending on the height of the water. Overflow gutters don't. But if the body of water is large and you do have a surge tank then overflow would be better. 1 Overflow or wet wa…
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No, animals will not be harmed by drinking water treated by a salt sanitization system. The amount of salt in a saltwater treated pool is very low (around 0.5%, which is one-half of one-percent). This concentration of salt is about half as much as a teardrop (1%) and nearly eight times less than s…
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Exact size. If you cut it larger it tends to migrate up the sides leaving uncovered spots because of wind and surface tension. with bubbles DOWN.Lay cover over pool and let cover "relax" in the sun. Use good sharp scissors and don't cut/chop, but slice while holding scissiors in a "V" Holding hand …
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Answer www.PatioDirectOnline.com has replacement vinyl straps (webbing) for pool and patio furniture -- cut to size, by the foot, or bulk (by the 200') roll. Contact Patio Direct at PatioDirect@aol.com -- your best source for replacement parts for your pool and patio furniture. www.patiofurnitur…
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Check with your local pool company. They should be able to advise you which route is the cheapest of a delivery of water in a truck, using the fire hydrant (if in an area with this service) or using your hoses at your home. Your city can give you further information about using the hydrant and hose …
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I have a 24' x 48" above ground pool that holds 14000. I have a well with a 1 hp pump and a 3/4" line going to the facet that the water hose is attached to that I fill the pool with. My pool will fill at a rate of about 2" per hour (about 24 hours to fill the pool completely). A day or 2 dependin…
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The main drain is the bottom suction typically located in the deep end often two drains will be tee-d together with just the one pipe returning to the equipment While it seems obvios to many of us I wanted to point out that many people think the main drain is just that a drain. they may be lookin…
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If you mean whether there is any benefit to adding salt without adding a chlorine generator (if that's what you meant by conversion equipment), then the answer is not really. There may be a slight benefit in the feel of the water from the added salt as some people who have salt pools say that it fe…
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Answer I have found Proteam's System support product to be very effective against it. Hmmm, What are chlorine "loops"
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Gayle- There are basicly 3 types of filters. Sand, Cartridge, and D.E. filter. Differences being numerous, but in a nut shell is the ease of maintence and care and the size micron of particle they will filter out of the water. With that said sand is the easist to maintain regularly but, cart., and D…
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Josh, I asked my neighbor the same question about filling our pool. He is on the fire dept. He said that they no longer do that. He said they used to use a line jumper, but that all now is illegal. (You wouldn't be able to obtain a hose for the hydrant, or the wrench to turn it on.) We have found th…
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The calculation for an oval pool is:Length x Width x Water Depth x 5.9 = Total GallonsPlease note that the water depth is the ACTUAL water depth, not the wall height (the water is typically 6" lower than the wall).For your example, let's assume an actual water depth of 3.5 ft:30 x 15 x 3.5 x 5.9 = 9…
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Hi,We've got a 15 foot above ground KD pool that we use with a Chlorease system. We have some issues with the chlorine getting too high when the solar cover stays on. We solved this by running the system on a timer--but overall it works great.BizA saltwater pool is a still a chlorine pool these pool…
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I have a huge problem with the backswimmers in my pool. I have spent a few hundred dollars and a lot of time to try and get rid of them and I just finally found the solution. All you have to do is get BioGuard brand Back-Up algaecide and put the whole bottle in your pool. I just put it in an hour ag…
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No! check with your power company.....
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The only way I was able to vacuum with a cartridge filter was to cut the PVC piping between the filter and the pump and install a tee that would accomodate a backwash hose. On the return line I installed a ball valve to divert the water without going back into the pool.Hope this helps. ANSWER:: If…
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Your pump should turn your water over at least once per day (twice is better, three times is wasting electricity). By "turn over", I mean equivalently filtering all of the water in the pool.First, let's figure out how many gallons of water are in your pool as follows:Diameter x Diameter x Depth X 5.…
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If the pool is rectangular in shape then the formula is: length X width x average depth x 7.5. If the pool is circular then the formula is: 3.14 x 3.14 x pool radius (1/2 pool diameter) x average depth x 7.5. If the pool has a shape other than these then it is a little more difficult. For ro…
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Yes it does. I've replaced my sand twice in 12 years. But I know others who have not. Depends on the amount of debri it has to remove and what type. I have too many nearby trees. I knew my sand was finished when the back pressure got so high it blew out the skimmer basket when it turned off. Replaci…
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Colored surfaces are basically an aesthetic choice by the owner of the pool. It is a myth that the darker the surface the warmer the pool. To illustrate, put a black plate and a white plate in the bottom of the pool. Remove them a few hours later and see if there is any temperature difference betwee…
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If your pool is properly water balanced and has a pH near 7.5 (certainly greater than 7.2), then it is unlikely that the copper pennies will be a problem with either water balance or stains. Remember that the heat exchanger in a gas pool heater is probably copper and water flows through it whenever …
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Answer Sounds like white water mold to me. Hum, take a sample of the "flakes" and water if possible to local pool store for analyzing. k If you have a Salt Water Chlorinating system and hard water to start with, then what you are seeing is calcium precipitation. Water can only hold a certai…
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Fix your Total Alkalinity and your hair will stop turning green. Oxidized copper is what turns hair green and it can be because of high copper content in the local water supply or because the pool water is corrosive or both. Sanitizer level does not directly cause green hair but if the water is al…
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If you keep all your water balances correct and run the chlorine generator unit properly keeping the Chlorine level of 1.0-3.0 PPM you should never need to shock your pool. I have heard of a few exceptions, but set up and running properly the answer is no. The Chlorine generator shocks the water wit…
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Use formula for volume of cylinder, V=pi x radius squared x depth. Where Pi=3.14, radius= 13.5 feet,and depth= 4 feet. The answer will be in cubic feet. I calculate it to be 2299.06 cubic feet but I'm half asleep. Use various conversion factors to get other volume measures.   For a round abov…
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There is a product on the market that we use with our pool customers. It is called "Stain Out" by Regal Brand. It is best to use when the chlorine is level is below .5 ppm. You add this product by sprinkling directly over the problem area after is has been pre dissolved in a bucket of water. Shortly…
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Simple evaporation test:Mark your water level of your pool, (make sure that the auto feed valve is off). Place a bucket with water next to the pool and mark the level. (keep the dog away as this will affect the outcome. Periodically monitor your levels. The pool and the bucket should have the same r…
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