Tips For Families to Keep Their Backyard Pools Safe

The biggest problem with swimming pool safety is that common sense is not so common. In most cases, safety and security in and around backyard pools is dependent on common sense. For instance, children should be watched and attended to at all times, and most especially while swimming. When it comes to infants and toddlers, […]

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Controlling pH in Your Swimming Pool

One of the more important aspects of swimming pool care is properly managing the balance of chemicals in the water. Water chemistry is important because it keeps the pool clean, while making it safe for swimmers. Chlorine, for instance, controls algae and bacteria. Muriatic Acid is specifically used to keep pH levels well balanced. It’s also essential to […]

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Maintaining Your Inground Pool Requires the Right Tools and Equipment

Proper maintenance of your inground pool will impact both day-to-day operation and long-term life. A well-maintained swimming pool will operate more efficiently, and with fewer crises and emergencies. As well, proper maintenance will ensure economy, because everything is working at peak level. With the right tools and equipment, swimming pool maintenance can actually be easy. […]

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Building a Backyard Pool? What You Should Look For When Hiring a Pool Builder.

If you’re thinking about building a backyard pool, there are some fundamental basics to be considered. And while there are also some “common sense” basics, every homeowner, every property, and every budget is different. A backyard pool is a major home improvement project by any measure. The project entails many moving parts, and much to juggle […]

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Building Inground Pools – Design Elements. Building Materials. Construction Process.

Building inground pools is not just about building materials and construction – it’s very much about hiring a good contractor to do the work. As a company, Seaway Pools & Hot Tubs has been building inground pools for more than over 35 years, and has established a sound reputation in the industry for quality workmanship. […]

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Fibreglass Swimming Pools VS. Concrete Swimming Pools

Every swimming pool project is a big project. There are a good many “moving parts” and a lot to consider. Naturally, for a first timer, it’s a complete different experience than for someone who has already built or owned a swimming pool. And because there are so many questions to answer, it’s absolutely critical to […]

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It’s a Big Question. How Easy Is It To Install an Above Ground Pool?

Everyone has a different swimming pool dream and everyone has a different wish list. As it turns out, everyone also has a specific budget in mind. At Seaway Pools & Hot Tubs, we’re approached, from time to time, by customers with more limited budgets, and who cannot afford the cost of an in ground swimming […]

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The Backyard Swimming Pool – a Perfect Getaway!

The benefits of having a backyard swimming pool are countless – and the years of total enjoyment are practically endless. Having a backyard pool is like being on vacation all the time. Day and night, seven days a week, the pool is a source of joy. And for whatever purpose it’s being used, the payoff […]

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Saving on Energy Costs With an Outdoor Swimming Pool

For those with an outdoor swimming pool, energy management is mainly about saving money on utilities. But it’s also about personal responsibility. Either way, it requires a consistent and ongoing commitment to achieve results. As well, it requires recognition that energy conservation combines BOTH economic AND environmental impacts. The best is to be motivated by […]

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Seaway Pools & Hot Tubs. Reputable. Reliable. Trustworthy.

Building a swimming pool is a big project, with a sizeable budget, and a serious commitment. And anyone considering such a build will clearly want to choose a company that’s reputable, reliable, and above all, trustworthy. And while every customer will insist on quality products, quality installation, and superb service, trust is not something that […]

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