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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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How to Automatically pH Balance Your Pool

Posted by Joe On October 24th

Has your child ever gotten out of the pool and complained that their eyes sting badly?

Reduce Stinging Eyes with an automatic pH Controller

This is the first of 8 Automatic Swimming Pool Products that Make Life Easier which can be downloaded as a free guide.

The cause of this problem is most likely that your swimming pool’s chemistry is out of whack.

Here’s how to fix the problem and get your little ones back in the pool, enjoying life once again!

In order to keep your pool healthy and beautiful, you need to ensure that the pH levels remain balanced. But, what exactly is pH?

The letters pH actually stand for ‘potential of hydrogen’(H), which is present in water (H20) and all organic compounds. But, pH isn’t something you can see or feel. It is a measure of acidity and alkalinity.

The pH levels in your pool determine how acidic or alkaline the water is at any specific time. Fluctuations in your pool’s pH level can cause things like cloudy water, irritated eyes, corrosion of pool equipment, and damaging calcium scale buildup. This buildup can disfigure your pool and clog the filter. pH levels that are too high can also can reduce the effectiveness of chlorine.

IntellipH pH Controller

IntellipH™ pH Controller

So, in order to keep your pool safe for swimming, it’s important to monitor pH levels daily. Pool water should be slightly alkaline or neutral. (On the pH scale, this means at seven or slightly above.)

To balance your pool’s PH level, you have to become a bit of a chemist. Because acids and bases neutralize each other, you need an acid to lower the PH or a base to raise it If it is low, you need a base to raise it.

Sound like a royal pain? It kind of is. So, to make your life easier, Pentair Water Pool and Spa has put out a wonderful product that will do all of this for you! It is called IntellipH®.

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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.


2: Revitalize Your Pool Deck

Posted by Joe On September 19th

Finished Pool and Spa (courtesy of Flickr User billjacobus1)

This is the second of 12 Ways to Revitalize Your Outdoor Living Area which can also be downloaded from our free eBook library.

Unless your pool was built recently, you can probably spot a few problem areas that could use a facelift. After years and years of exposure to the elements and the Florida sun, your pool area may not look like it once did.

Ask yourself these questions to decide if it is time for you to consider revitalizing your pool deck:

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14 Ways to Make a Splash With Pool Safety

Posted by Joe On May 16th

14 Ways to Make a Splash With Pool Safety

It’s summer time again! It’s getting hotter every day and you need a nice place to cool off, like the pool! The pool is a great place to enjoy yourself and goof around with your friends or children but don’t forget that the pool can also be a dangerous place.

It’s important that you keep pool safety in mind when at the pool, so that the fun never has to end.

What are the most important things to keep in mind when it comes to pool safety?

It’s easy to find out with your free “14 Ways to Make a Splash With Pool Safety” eBook from Pool Pros, Ins.

Here are the 14 ways you can have a safe pool experience:

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CPR Training - Pool Pros

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

As we mentioned in Tip #1, one of the best ways you can make your pool safe for both children and adults, after you read the Pool Pros pool safety eBook, is to learn CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation). If someone has an accident where they’ve ingested pool water and risk drowning, waiting for an ambulance and paramedics can waste precious minutes.

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Pool and Spa - Broken Glass Dangers

This is the 11th installment of “14 Ways to Make a Splash with Pool Safety which is available as a Free download from our eBook library.

Your pool is a fun place to play and a beautiful accent to your home. But the area around your pool can easily become wet and slippery. You’ve got a recipe for disaster when you combine wet, slippery surfaces with glass. If there is any glass in the immediate proximity of your pool, there’s a good possibility that it can shatter. If the glass is clear, good luck finding all of the broken shards in your pool! Talk about “finding a needle in a haystack!”

Keep your Cape Coral pools a safe zone by setting a few pool safety rules:

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Home Swimming Pool Safety - Photo Courtesy of Flickr User quinet

This is the 7th installment of the “14 Ways to Make a Splash with Pool Safety which is available as a Free download from our eBook library.

A life preserver ring (or similar device) is an essential purchase for any Fort Myers swimming pools.

A life preserver may also be known as a…

Pool Cleaning Service

This is the 6th installment of the “14 Ways to Make a Splash with Pool Safety which is available as a Free download from our eBook library.

Keeping pool chemicals and testing kits away from children is especially important. Curious kids will find a way to explore many household storage areas that aren’t secured. If they get into the chemicals for your pool, it could be fatal. Even in small amounts, the chemicals can destroy skin on contact. It can cause permanent damage to…

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#4: Pool Cleaning – Testing Your Pool Chemicals

Posted by Joe On December 14th

Pool Cleaning - Pool Chemicals

This is the 4th installment of the “14 Ways to Make a Splash with Pool Safety which is available as a Free download from our eBook library.

How often do you perform pool cleaning? If you are confident with balancing the water chemistry in your pool, then you can test the chemicals yourself. Every week, you should test your swimming pool for chlorine and pH.

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