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Pool and Spa Tips and Information

Easy tips for removing algae from your pool

Green algae …. yellow algae … black algae… oh my! There are about 20,000 known species of algae. Luckily, we really only have to deal with about 4 different types in our backyard swimming pools. (Red algae is another form altogether and it comes from the mold family rather than the algae family). Normally, if […]

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Pool need cleaning? Let us handle it.

It’s important to clean your pool regularly to keep it safe, hygienic and crystal clear. But let’s face it – sometimes you just don’t have the time. Why not give Crystal Pools a call? We offer professional pool cleaning whenever you need it. Choose from regularly scheduled cleanings or even just a one-time job before […]

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7 Surprising Benefits of Soaking in Hot Water

We all know the stress-relieving satisfaction of soaking in a hot tub or even a warm bubble bath. But did you know that it can be extremely beneficial to your health, too? Numerous studies have shown that immersing yourself in hot water can be very beneficial to both the body and mind. In fact, there […]

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Why You’ll Love Your Jacuzzi Hot Tub

Jacuzzi hot tubs provide warmth, comfort, and invigorating hydrotherapeutic massage. It’s the best way to relax and reconnect at home, with family and friends.   

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J-300 | How it Works

Are you looking for a hot tub that provides muscle massages and welcoming relaxation? Find out why the J-300 selection represents the best of Jacuzzi® Hot Tubs   

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Don’t forget to shock!

Attention Loop-Loc customers … Now is the time of year to shock your pool if you want to ensure clear water. Warmer weather, sun and spring showers will result in the growth of algae. While algae itself is not technically dangerous, it creates dangerous conditions as it becomes feeding ground for harmful bacteria and other […]

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What’s the best temperature for pool water?

  You’ve scheduled a large family picnic at your house. The night before, the outside temperature dropped to 50 degrees. The next day, you take the solar cover off the pool but the water temperature is only 77 degrees. Not too bad, you think! Everyone comes to the picnic, but you notice only the children […]

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