5 Tips for Pools with High Water Levels

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. Continue reading

5 Things to Check if Your AC Runs Constantly

It’s only the beginning of August; we’re still in one of the hottest time periods here in Florida. It’s been an extremely hot summer, and your air conditioner is probably doing some over time. But is it running too much? Does it stop, or does it seem to run constantly? No, no one wants to be hot and sticky, but no one wants their AC unit to be running constantly either. Luckily, there are some simple things you can check to see what’s causing it to run more.

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Drain Cleaning- Are your drains clear?

As long as water is flowing freely through the drains, you don’t give them much thought. However, when a drain becomes clogged, pouring dirty water over your floor, it becomes another story. There are many reasons that sewer drains can become clogged: Hair, food, grease, collapsing sewer lines, or plant roots can cause a sewer to backup.

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New Pool Construction

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!

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Spring Pool Maintenance

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!)

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