During periods of dry weather, such as winter in Florida, you might notice your pool levels getting lower more often. Sometimes it’s as simple as it being a dry time and not raining very often. But it also could be more than normal evaporation. Typical evaporation is 1”-2” per week. Pools with a water feature such as waterfalls can experience more evaporation. Warm days and cool nights also cause pool water to evaporate more quickly. If you notice you are filling your pool more than 2” on a weekly basis, it might be time to perform “the bucket test”. Continue reading
When preparing for an impending storm or hurricane, pool owners should take a few extra precautions. Here we have compiled a list some do’s and don’ts to help you out. While some tasks may seem like common sense, others may surprise you.
Due to the disastrous, record breaking rain over the weekend, some of you might be experiencing pools which are filled too high, or are already over flowing. There’s really nothing dangerous about having a pool which is filled to the brim, but the pool does run better and the filter works more efficiently if the water level isn’t too high.
Yes, Florida is the sunshine state, but recently, it seems like the rainy state. Some of you might be wondering how all of this rain affects your pool. Believe it or not, the rain isn’t diluting the chemicals in your pool, but rather its adding things to it.
Are you dreaming of your backyard oasis? Are you dreaming of a place for the family to play and have fun together? Summer is just around the corner, and sometimes it’s nice to relax at home rather than head out to the beach. LaPensee Plumbing, Pools & Air’s new pool construction team can transform your back yard into the beautiful oasis you’ve always wanted. Your dream come true!
Spring has sprung, and so has pollen! Pollen, dirt and bugs will collect on the pool surface creating a film. If your pool is in a rental property, this time of year is busier than normal, so there can be build ups of hair and sun tan lotion as well. (This is why it’s always a good idea to rinse before jumping in!)
When preparing for an impending storm or hurricane, pool owners should take a few extra precautions. Here we have compiled a list some do’s and don’ts to help you out. While some tasks may seem like common sense, others may … Continue reading
Not only is LaPensee Plumbing and Pools equipped and home to Manatee County’s only “living” showroom featuring high end fixtures for your bath and kitchen, but they have expanded to include a showroom specifically for their pool division clients. The … Continue reading
Summer time is all about fun and relaxation. What better place to relax than to lounge in your swimming pool? Whether you take care of your pool maintenance yourself or have a professional do it, there are things you need … Continue reading
2014 marks a major development in the pool division at LaPensee Plumbing and Pools. Although the company has been providing pool maintenance, equipment repair and replacement, resurfacing and full service cleaning since 2007, they have decided to branch out and do new construction as well. Now the company can serve those who currently have pools as well as those who have always dreamed of building their personal backyard oasis.