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Essentially, any type of pool cleaner will serve the same basic function, but which one is right for your pool?
There are several types of pool cleaners, including suction-side pool cleaners, pressure-side pool cleaners, and robotic pool cleaners, and it can be difficult to know which type of pool cleaner to choose.
Here is a Pool Cleaners Comparison, which we hope helps you make the right decision.
Pool heaters are a great way to keep your pool water at a comfortable temperature year-round.
But, while pool heaters have traditionally been very expensive to operate, new, energy efficient pool heaters are significantly cheaper to operate.
An energy efficient pool heater not only reduces your energy bill and allows you to enjoy your pool more; it is also better for the environment.
So, which type of pool heater should you choose?
As a pool owner, you probably know that it is important to sanitize your pool.
But, what kind of pool sanitizer is best for your pool?
The type of pool sanitizer that works best for your pool depends on several factors, including pool size, pool location, pool usage, and pool lining, as well as your budget.
The most common type of pool sanitizer is chlorine, and there are several different types of chlorine to choose from.
Here is a pool sanitizers comparison to help you decide which type of pool sanitizer is best.
The easiest way to test pool water is by using a pool test kit.
Pool water testing kits have come a long way, and are very easy for home pool owners to use. While there are some general principles of pool water testing, each pool water test kit is slightly different.
Before testing pool water, consult with the instruction manual that comes with your specific pool water testing kit.
Regardless of the pool water test kit you use, below are some basic guidelines to follow.