August Meteor Showers - August 02, 2016
It’s that time of year again! August always brings about the Perseids Meteor Shower.
The spectacular light show will be going on now until it peaks on the 11th and 12th. This means that until the meteor shower peaks, you should be able to see an outburst of shooting stars. For the best star gazing, you’ll have to stay up and wait till midnight or so and typically Perseids produces the most meteors in the hours leading to dawn.
For most hot tub owners, this is one of their favorite times of year to enjoy a long soak in their hot tub. Just imagine relaxing in warm pulsating water with crisp air and gazing at the stars. Do you want to experience this in your own backyard and want to experience these moments for years to come, please visit our Residential Hot Tubs.
Hot Spring Hot Tub Delivery - August 01, 2016
Spokane and the Coeur d’Alene areas has experienced some hot days this summer but this hasn’t stopped hot tubbers from enjoying their backyard and preparing for cooler weather. The cooler temperatures are coming this fall will leave the perfect opportunities to enjoy a soak with your family and friends.
||Recently Pool World delivered this hot tub to the Mead area. There is no better place to relax after a busy day than a hot tub in your own backyard! This family has created a spot where they can come all year long in the evenings and enjoy the warm swirling water.
The hot tub delivered is a Hot Spring Highlife Prodigy hot tub that fits 5 adults comfortably with innovative jet configurations. This unit is known for its stylish design and powerful jets that provide a superior experience. Each and every Prodigy has 22 hydrotherapy jets that circulate 290 gallons of warm pulsating jets and Luminescence multi-color LED light system.
Swimming Pool Care After Thunderstorms - July 27, 2016
Recently our weather has been a little unpredictable! Today our area has had some rain and some thunder storms. Weather like this can turn any sparkling pool into a mess by introducing a variety of dirt, debris and other pollutants. Proper cleanup can ensure that your swimming pool will clear up quicker and you will be back to swimming in no time.
Inspect the pool equipment. Turn off all equipment including the pump. Inspect around the pump and the rest of the filtration system to verify if there is any damage. If damage has occurred, keep all equipment off until the problem can be resolved.
Sweep off any debris around the pool deck and sweep it away from the pool. This will help reduce the amount of debris that ends up in the pool.
Remove any debris out of the swimming pool. This includes all pine needs, leaves, bugs and whatever else may of blown into the water. Remember to remove any debris that may of collected in the pool equipment.
Vacuum the swimming pool once the filtration system is in full working order. Brush the pool walls, corners, and floor to remove any debris and then vacuum the pool. During the vacuuming process, the pool will become hazy and may require a second or third attempt at vacuuming once all the suspended particles settle to the floor bottom.
Test your swimming pool chemistry. The pool chemistry may have been spot on prior to the storm but that’s before rainwater, organic materials, and debris were introduced into the water. These items will consume any residual chlorine that was established in the water prior to the storm. Add enough shock to bring the chlorine level to 10.0 ppm and wait for the chlorine level to reduce to about 5.0 ppm then make any additions as needed to balance the waters pH and alkalinity.
Keeps the swimming pools circulation system running for 24 hours after shocking. Allowing the filtration system to run this long will assist to catch any particles that may be in the water.
If clarity issues occur, bring in two cups of water from elbow depth into one of our four store locations for a free water analysis.