Pool algae can be tough to get rid of. This video will discuss how to get rid of algae in your fiberglass pool and specifically how to take on the dreaded Mustard Algae.
Matthew of Luxury Pools and Living gives you a tour of what a fiberglass pool installation should consists of. From pool steps and features, design / layout, to concrete, to equipment, to water features we cover it. Matthew goes in depth on each component - how we install it and why. Please excuse the WIND- It's a bit noisy but hopefully you find this helpful.
Pouring concrete around a swimming pool is a tough process. What's good and easier for the finisher isn't necessarily what's best for the client. This concrete driver shares what he has observed and what he has experienced in terms of moisture content and 'slump'.
DON'T BUY THE LIE!!!!! Find out WHY fiberglass pools don't just pop out of the ground. This is physics 101 as it applies to in ground swimming pools. Don't buy the lie propagated by vinyl pool installers that they pop out of the ground. Think about it and make your own decision.
The Multi Cyclone filters large debris from the swimming pool water and is easily rinsed by turning a valve. Keep the larger debris from entering your filter with this unit.
One of the main ways Luxury Pools and Living is able to maintain a high level of efficiency is by plumbing and lighting our pools prior to install. This is easily a days worth of work that is done before we ever get to your home.
This video will demonstrate the durability and safety a retractable pool cover can provide. We DO NOT recommend you go out on your cover....This video is for demonstration purposes only.
This video is a quick overview on how a fiberglass pool should be plumbed. BASIC planning will go a long way to creating a efficient and easy to service filtration system. Components include: Pump, Cartridge Filter, Gas Heater, Salt Chlorinator, and drain to waste port.
When future swimming pool owners are researching pools often they wonder 'What happens when the pool freezes'? I'm not sure why folks think a fiberglass pool would not work in freezing climates. If you have ever made ICE cubes in a tray you have done this yourself already!!
Installing a sump tube on an in ground pool is a must. If your pool builder isn't putting one in on your pool, ask him to leave. If he doesn't know what one is RUN!!!
Fiberglass pool gelcoat makes owning and maintenance on a swimming pool a breeze. This video will demonstrate just how easy it is. The nonporous finish will not stain, hold algae, or fade.
In this video we document and explain the shortfalls of this swimming pool and it\'s installation. After a structural failure, it was removed and replaced with a Luxury Pool. We also dispel the myth of fiberglass pools just popping out of the ground.
In this video we document and explain the shortfalls of this pool and it\'s installation. After a structural failure, it was removed and replaced with a Luxury Pool. We also dispel the myth of fiberglass pools just popping out of the ground.
Closing your swimming pool is not hard to do...But it can be easy to mess up as well. It can be done in 4 basic steps. If you are thinking about closing your pool (DIY) this video will give you the broad overview of the process. Each pool is a little different and care should be taken to make sure that each line is clear and free of water as well as water features properly winterized.
Everything you need to close and winterize your inground pool. In this video we cover cleaning, winterizing chemicals, draining, clearing of suctions, supplies, and clearing all filtration equipment. Part 1/2
Everything you need to close and winterize your inground pool. In this video we cover cleaning, winterizing chemicals, draining, clearing of suctions, supplies, and clearing all filtration equipment. Part 2/2
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