More stories about Maintenance

  • Opening Season

    With summer just around the corner, facilities across the country are busy brushing off the winter dust in preparation for swim season

  • Air Cleaners

    Almost everyone has experienced the obnoxious chlorine odor and irritating red eyes of a poorly maintained indoor pool. Most assuredly, this is a sign of too much chlorine right?

  • Trapping the Enemy

    Properly maintained sand filters do a fine job of keeping swimming pool water free of much of the undesirable bits and pieces that become suspended in it during normal use

  • Fighting the Resistance

    Remember those old black-and-white monster movies?

  • Unclear and Present Danger

    On a spring night in 2001, 14-year-old Rashaad Barnett was attending a poolside birthday party at a motel in St. Louis.

  • Getting it Right

    With water maintenance, there are three broad areas

  • Taking Control

    Until recently, effectively monitoring water quality and the overall facility meant operators had to be on site

  • Checks and Balances

    After a long winter, it’s time to wake the hibernating swimming pool and rouse it for the upcoming summer season. And as every operator knows, that requires more than just pulling leaves out with a skimmer and turning everything back on.