Inground pool parts and above ground pool parts. Learn about pool filter replacement parts, general pool water maintenance, and common mistakes to avoid.
A great pool diving board and swimming pool lights can add lots more enjoyment to your above ground or inground swimming pool.
Most of what you'll need is readily available at your local pool supply store or you can purchase them online.
From pool heaters to pool alarms and vacuums, you'll never have a shortage from which to choose.
You've made the commitment to get an inground swimming pool this Summer so your family won't fry in the 100 degree sun. You've gone through the page of swimming pool tips and you know all there is to know about pool maintenance.
When making your choice please be sure it's the one for you and your family.
A few factors to consider are:
Now you have the pool, it's set up, filled up, and the kids are jazzed up about swimming, but beware:
At some point in time you may be caught off-guard because something needs to be cleaned, something is going to break or need to be replaced and you may not have the correct above ground or in ground parts and/or accessories.
Well, not to worry. There are literally hundreds, if not thousands, of parts and accessories available. I'm not going to bore you with all of them, just the ones you may need right now.
Some ideas and manufacturers of discount pool parts for aboveground pool parts and swimming pool pump parts for in ground pools:
A few items you may want to keep on hand are:
If you're a "do-it-yourselfer" and in need of a more extensive lists of above ground pool parts, please check with your local pool shop or pool expert.
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We just got our readings. It says that the Free Chlorine and Total Chlorine is below the recommended values but the Combined Chlorine is above the recommended
I have a dark brown iron stain from a rusty bolt that the kids threw in my cement pool.
We added muriatic acid to our pool to lower the swimming pool pH level. I need to know how long after we added it to swim. Thanks for your question James