There is a myth that salt-water pools are "maintenance free". Salt-water pools require maintenance like any other pool. Just as with a traditional chlorine pool, you need to test the pH of your pool and perform basic checks and maintenance.
What is Salt Water Chlorination?
To understand why you still have to monitor and adjust your pool's pH levels, it is good to know how salt-water pools work. Salt-water chlorination uses dissolved salt to produce hypochlorous acid and sodium hypochlorite to keep your pool clean.
If you've recently had your property boundaries mapped by a land surveyor, you may be surprised to find out that a neighbor's home, garage, or other structure is encroaching on a portion of your property. If left unresolved, this situation can cause legal and financial problems -- in fact, in many states, if an individual has "openly and notoriously" encroached upon a neighbor's property, after a certain period of time the encroaching individual can actually legally own this piece of land.
As a child, did you dream of one day owning a beautiful storybook home? Maybe you longed to have a majestic Tudor home with historic architecture and a regal slate roof. Maybe early American history has always been a fascination for you. If any of this rings true, purchasing an older home to restore may be a great way for you to afford your dream home. However, when it comes to owning a home with a slate roof, there are some things that you should know.
Having a pool added to your yard can be a great way to provide your family with hours of entertainment during the hot summer months. When you plan to have a pool created, there are many things that you need to take into consideration. Use the following guide to learn a few things to consider when choosing the perfect pool for your family.
Above or In-Ground Pool
The first thing you will need to decide when choosing a pool to have built is if you want to have a pool that sits above the ground or one that is built into the ground.
When most people buy their first house, or even their second or third, there are certain design elements that they take for granted. These include, but are not limited to, the fact that the home they purchase will have a working and fully-functional roof that protects their home from exposure to the elements. However, most people's knowledge about roofing stops there, and because of this, their roof may cause them a great deal of grief and trouble in the years to come.