The Perfect Pool Blog

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Improperly balanced pool water can lead to algae resulting in a "green" pool

The Importance of Balanced Pool Water



Proper Pool Chemical Balance

Why Is My Pool Green?



When you imagine your pool, you see a crystal clear oasis of serenity, glistening in the sun, inviting you to jump in for a refreshing swim any time of the day or night. But bodies of water that have nowhere to flow tend to collect bacteria and algae, if not properly maintained. Both bacteria and algae, which grow over time, can change your pool to a very unserene color of green. The level of effort put into getting a green pool cleaned up depends on how long the buildup has been allowed to progress. Since an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, it’s good to know what causes a green pool in order to avoid the mess altogether.

Five Epic Pools



Think you’ve seen stunning swimming pools? Think again. There are beautiful swimming pools, and then there are jaw-dropping, lavish, over-the-top, watery opulence. We found some of the world’s most expensive, jaw-dropping high-end pools.