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Can You Swim in a Pool With Algae?

Algae is a common concern for pool owners and can be unsightly and downright dangerous. In this article, we dive deeper into understanding algae growth and what it means for your pool and water quality.

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Is Cloudy Pool Water Safe for Swimming?

Swimming in cloudy water is not safe! In fact, there are many different reasons your pool water may look dull and cloudy. In this article, we outline the different causes of cloudy water and provide possible solutions to get your pool up and running again.

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7 Steps to Balancing Your Pool Chemicals

The more you know about the chemical levels in your pool water and the more comfortable you are addressing them, the healthier the swimming conditions. This article discusses the steps you need to take to correctly balance your pool water.

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Pool Care Basics: Testing Your Pool Water

Balancing your pool water is the #1 most important thing to ensure your pool is working as intended and looking great all season long. This article touches on what needs to be considered when testing your pool water and balancing the chemicals.

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Can’t Find Chlorine Tabs for Your Pool?

Unfortunately, we are temporarily out of chlorine tabs but the good news is that there are perfectly effective alternatives! Learn more about the nationwide chlorine shortage and how we can help keep your pool safely sanitized all summer long.

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Maintaining Your Pool After a Storm

Hurricanes and storms can cause severe damage to your pool and the surrounding area. This article outlines steps you can take (removing debris, balancing the water, etc) to maintain your pool and get your water back to normal after a storm.

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Pool Stabilizer: What is it & Why Does it Matter?

This article touches on adding a pool stabilizer (CYA) to your pool water to help prolong the life of the free chlorine. A pool stabilizer protects the chlorine from being broken down by sunlight which in turn helps to reduce bacterial growth in your pool water.

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Get “Cooler” Perfect Water This Summer

This pool season, Parnell Pool & Spa is raffling off a Yeti™ Cooler! Bring in a pool water sample to either of our store locations and attain a perfect score on your water analysis to be entered to win. Read more to find out how we’ll help you win!

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The Importance of Shocking a Pool

Shocking your pool can help maintain proper water balance and chemistry. Shocking your pool is the process of adding chlorine or non-chlorine shock to remove contaminants. This article discusses what pool shock does to help your pool.

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Bought a House, Gained a Pool

Inheriting a pool can be stressful, and many homebuyers have no clue where to begin on the pool-owning journey. If you have recently purchased a home with a pool, try not to don’t panic, and remember that pools are easier to maintain than you may think.

Read More »

Can You Swim in a Pool With Algae?

Algae is a common concern for pool owners and can be unsightly and downright dangerous. In this article, we dive deeper into understanding algae growth and what it means for your pool and water quality.

Read More »

Is Cloudy Pool Water Safe for Swimming?

Swimming in cloudy water is not safe! In fact, there are many different reasons your pool water may look dull and cloudy. In this article, we outline the different causes of cloudy water and provide possible solutions to get your pool up and running again.

Read More »

7 Steps to Balancing Your Pool Chemicals

The more you know about the chemical levels in your pool water and the more comfortable you are addressing them, the healthier the swimming conditions. This article discusses the steps you need to take to correctly balance your pool water.

Read More »

Pool Care Basics: Testing Your Pool Water

Balancing your pool water is the #1 most important thing to ensure your pool is working as intended and looking great all season long. This article touches on what needs to be considered when testing your pool water and balancing the chemicals.

Read More »

Can’t Find Chlorine Tabs for Your Pool?

Unfortunately, we are temporarily out of chlorine tabs but the good news is that there are perfectly effective alternatives! Learn more about the nationwide chlorine shortage and how we can help keep your pool safely sanitized all summer long.

Read More »

Maintaining Your Pool After a Storm

Hurricanes and storms can cause severe damage to your pool and the surrounding area. This article outlines steps you can take (removing debris, balancing the water, etc) to maintain your pool and get your water back to normal after a storm.

Read More »

Pool Stabilizer: What is it & Why Does it Matter?

This article touches on adding a pool stabilizer (CYA) to your pool water to help prolong the life of the free chlorine. A pool stabilizer protects the chlorine from being broken down by sunlight which in turn helps to reduce bacterial growth in your pool water.

Read More »

Get “Cooler” Perfect Water This Summer

This pool season, Parnell Pool & Spa is raffling off a Yeti™ Cooler! Bring in a pool water sample to either of our store locations and attain a perfect score on your water analysis to be entered to win. Read more to find out how we’ll help you win!

Read More »

The Importance of Shocking a Pool

Shocking your pool can help maintain proper water balance and chemistry. Shocking your pool is the process of adding chlorine or non-chlorine shock to remove contaminants. This article discusses what pool shock does to help your pool.

Read More »

Bought a House, Gained a Pool

Inheriting a pool can be stressful, and many homebuyers have no clue where to begin on the pool-owning journey. If you have recently purchased a home with a pool, try not to don’t panic, and remember that pools are easier to maintain than you may think.

Read More »

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Fayetteville

Phone
(910) 425-6138

Address
4206 Cumberland Rd
Fayetteville, NC 28306

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Mon-Fri: 9am to 5pm
Saturday: 9am to 3pm
Sunday: Closed

Lumberton

Phone
(910) 738-8110

Address
1380 Linkhaw Rd
Lumberton, NC 28358

Hours
Mon-Fri: 9am to 5pm
Saturday: 9am to 1pm
Sunday: Closed

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