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Is my child ready for swimming lessons?

Like anything else the age will vary from child to child but most children are developmentally ready for swim lessons when they are about three to four years old.  Younger kids are not able to listen to the instructor for any length of time or to follow instructions...

Using Your Swimming Pool Winter Cover

Safety cover manufacturers strongly recommend that a qualified pool professional install your safety cover initially to ensure all safety standards are met and that installation is done properly.  The Pool Doctor Contractors of Staten Island are professionally trained...

Having a Pool Professional Maintain Your Pool

Letting an expert maintain your swimming pool can save you both time and money.  Your swimming pool is a luxury but also a responsibility since it requires correct cleaning, maintenance and servicing.  If these things are not done efficiently, it could lead to major...

Inground Pool Filter Differences

Trying to decide on an inground swimming pool filter and which one would work best for you?  There is a lot of confusion about various pool filters but following is a brief description of three main types of filters to help you better understand each one: Cartridge...

Compare Inground Pool Safety Covers

Staten Island gets freezing cold in the winter months so closing, winterizing and covering your pool is a necessary part of your pool maintenance.   Safety covers not only cover your pool but give you piece of mind over the winter when it comes to safety in your...

Create your own backyard paradise in Staten Island

Want to line and relax in your own paradise right here in Staten Island?  Here are some additions you can consider for your inground pool that can create backyard bliss for you and your family.  New pool liners, adding a spa, add or change lighting and all water...

Salt Water Pools in Staten Island

Staten Island Inground pool owners seem to be following the the trend of converting or building their swimming pool with salt water systems.  A salt watr system uses the salt to produce chlorine but seems to be easier to maintain, lower cost of salt sytems then...

Losing Water in your Pool?

Naturally you will lose water over time in your pool.  Evaporation, splash-out water and backwash waste water are all reasons for some water loss.   You may also gain some water in the pool after rainfall.  We feel if you are consistently adding 2" of water or more a...

Benefits to Water Exercise

Swimming Pool workouts have many benefits and can be done alone or in conjunction to your existing exercise program to enhance it.  Water aerobics is considered a low impact exercise because water makes you feel about 90% lighter.  Your body does not experience the...

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