We think it’s fair to say that Charlotte is a happening place. With plenty of tourist attractions, the home of many corporate headquarters, and the largest population in North Carolina, there’s a lot that Charlotte has to offer. Summers here get hot and sticky, so what better way to deal than to take a dip in Lake Wylie? We’ll do you one better: you could take a dip into your own backyard inground pool!
When you think about relaxing at home, what comes to mind? Is it sinking into a bubbling spa, or do you see yourself chilling poolside or on a nice tanning ledge? Maybe you see yourself having it all. Whatever your vision may be, there’s options out there for you to make it a reality.
Don't blindly wonder if a fiberglass, concrete, or vinyl liner pool is right for you. Our educational ebook does a deep-dive comparison of the 3 types, all while noting the advantages and disadvantages of each.
How much do fiberglass pools cost? This will always be one of the first questions any pool shopper will ask when researching their fiberglass pool options. We've answered this question thousands of times over the years, and these days, hundreds of prospective pool buyers will ask us for quotes or estimates every year -- and many folks will raise the question in the first few of minutes of our conversations.
Let’s say you’re in the market for a new home, and you’ve been doing your research and visiting open houses to narrow down your choices. Like millions of other prospective home buyers, you might discover something unexpected in the backyard of one (or more) properties you examine: an old swimming pool, fallen into disrepair.
There’s a time of year in (nearly) every pool owner’s life when they’ll face an unavoidable decision: is it time to close my pool and winterize it for the season?
A swimming pool is a major investment, not only in financial terms, but also in regards to the amount of time you’ll spend keeping it clean and enjoyable during swim season.
Everyone knows you need at least three things for a great party: good people, good refreshments, and good tunes.
Owning a pool often comes with more responsibilities than new owners often expect when they start their pool journeys. Nearly everyone knows it takes time, purposeful effort, and some non-trivial expenses to keep a pool clean. The pool’s pump and filter system is the cornerstone of its cleanliness -- but did you know you’re occasionally supposed to clean out your pump and filter system, too?
What’s better than a soothing dip in your own backyard pool on a hot summer day?
If you’re reading this article, you’re probably one of two types of folks: you’re a meticulous planner looking to extend your swim season as painlessly as possible… or you’re starting to feel temperatures dropping, and you need to start warming your pool back up right now.