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Kreepy Krauly® Automatic Pool Cleaners

Posted by Joe On April 3rd

Other than paying for the best pool service in Fort Myers, can you think of a better way to make your life easier, than to kick back and relax while a robot cleans your swimming pool? Well, we have great news for you!

Kreepy Krauley ProwlerThere is a wonderful little product called the Kreepy Krauly® Prowler, which will literally clean the pool for you, delivering the ultimate in convenience. This computer-controlled, programmed cleaner scrubs and vacuums any type, size, and shape pool in just 60-90 minutes. Just plug it in, and watch it go. There is no installation, no hoses, and no booster pumps required. You’re welcome.

Kreepy Krauly KruiserThese aren’t quite as cool as having a robot work for you, but here are a few other pool cleaning devices that will certainly improve your pool cleaning experience.

Kreepy Krauly® Kruiser

This shares many of the features as the legendary Classic. It has only eight parts (including a silent flapper), and is the most cost-effective and efficient cleaner you can buy.

But wait, there’s more!

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I was just looking over our online “eBook” library and I have to say —

Pool Construction - Pool Safety - Fort Myers - Naples Florida

WOW!  We have got quite the library of helpful information – from pool service & pool safety tips to pool renovation ideas to creating the ‘ultimate outdoor environment’ it’s in there!

Over the years, I’ve met with thousands of families, parents, and couples who have asked such wonderful questions.

I’ve helped dozens in times of need turn what was a not-so-good situation (a dark green, moldy, mildew infested pool, for example) into a dream outdoor experience…

But one of the most powerful things we started doing a few years ago (A BIG thank you to my friends and Internet Marketers at ISG!) was creating helpful eBooks that have truly empowered so many people.

With everything we create, we try to:

  • thoroughly answer the questions we receive,
  • provide thoughtful direction – hints and tips on creating and maintaining the best environment, and
  • assure you’re learning from all of the lessons we’ve learned over the years!

If you’ve met me, or my team, you know we want nothing more than the safest, happiest, and most fun outdoor environment for you, your family and friends.  That’s our mission! 😉

Please let me know how you think we’re doing, OR if you have any questions or ideas on what we can help you with, please send them to us too, either by commenting below, or Contacting Us on our website!

Thank you so much for giving us the opportunity to help you, I truly appreciate it.

-Joe

Pool Renovation

This is the 8th installment of “14 Ways to Make a Splash with Pool Safety which is available as a Free download from our eBook library.

A renovation to an existing pool can be a great way to get a big bang for your buck. Not only is it a perfect opportunity to get the look you want, but you can also get custom features that are suited to your family’s lifestyle.

When considering a pool renovation, you also have the opportunity to correct any safety hazards that may be lurking in your old pool. You can correct any broken tile or cracked cement, add safety railings to deck areas, add a pool fence or gate (see Tip #2), add a safety cover, and fix any plumbing components that need repair.

Having a pool renovation is a good time to review all your pool safety procedures. It’s a great reason to have another conversation with friends and family about proper pool use. Remind them:

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#2: Pool Renovation – Installing a Pool Fence

Posted by Joe On November 16th

Pool Renovation - Installing a Fence

This is the 1st installment of the “14 Ways to Make a Splash with Pool Safety which is available as a Free download from our eBook library.

In our first tip, we learned that fences are an essential safety feature for pools with children. By installing a professional fence or gate with some pool renovation, around your pool, you can eliminate some of the stress of managing pool safety hazards.

What are the key characteristics of a good pool fence or gate?

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Pool Pros

This is the 1st installment of the “14 Ways to Make a Splash with Pool Safety which is available as a Free download from our eBook library.

What’s the all-time most important rule for every pool owner? Ok… besides “No Peeing in the Pool.” 🙂 At Pool Pros, it’s Safety First. Safety is important for people of all ages, but children are especially vulnerable to pool safety hazards since drowning is a leading cause of death for children. For young children under five years old, 26% died in a drowning accident according to the Centers for Disease Control. As a responsible pool owner, it’s up to you to make sure to protect your loved ones by implementing strict pool safety rules.

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Solar Pool Heater

This is the fifth of 7 Ways to Save on Your New Pool which is available for free from our library of eBooks.

Soak up the sun and enjoy the warm savings!

If you’re like most, you probably like your pool temperature to be around 80 degrees. If you have been following my blog, Ultimate Swimming Pool & Spa, I talked about the joy of swimming year round by installing an electric pool heater. This is another option to enjoy your newly constructed pool any time of the year.

The initial installation of a solar water heater will be slightly more expensive than traditional pool heater options, however the cost is soon justified as you enjoy the benefits of low electric bills and minimal maintenance.

The simplest and least expensive solar water heater is the solar pool heater. Here’s how it works:

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7 Ways to Save On Your New Pool

Posted by Joe On April 26th

Construction On Your New Pool

Congratulations! You’ve decided to start construction on your new pool!

Are you concerned about cost and sticking to your budget?

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