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5 Signs Your Swimming Pool Needs Renovations

At some point, every in-ground swimming pool needs a few updates and repairs. Click to learn the telltale signs that indicate your aging pool is due for renovations.

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5 Warning Signs Your Vinyl Pool Liner Is Due for Replacement

Vinyl pool liners are subject to wear and tear over time and should be replaced at regular intervals for optimal pool performance. Click to learn how to identify when swimming pool liner replacement is necessary. 

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Signs Your Automatic Pool Cover Fabric Is Due for Replacement

Automatic pool cover fabric isn’t designed to last forever, and when it deteriorates, it can’t protect your pool properly. Learn the signs to watch for that indicate the need for auto cover fabric replacement.

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Worried Your Pool Pump Motor Is Going Bad? Signs to Watch For

If you enjoy swimming in a clean pool, you must tend to pool pump problems as promptly as possible. Click to learn about telltale signs that indicate your pool pump motor is going bad.

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6 Advantages and Drawbacks of Converting to a Salt Water Pool

If you’re considering a salt water pool, it’s important to know the pros and cons of installing a saline system. Click to learn what you need to know about salt water pool systems.

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Did Winter Do a Number on Your Pool? 3 Renovation Options

Did your pool suffer damage during winter? The experts at Royal Pool & Spa explain how simple renovations can restore the functionality and visual appeal of your pool.

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Getting Ready to Open Your Pool? 6 Things You Must Do

Do you know how to prepare your pool for a successful opening? The swimming pool maintenance experts at Royal Pool & Spa give an overview of the process.

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Is Your Pool Pump Petering Out? 4 Signs it’s Time for Professional Attention

Is your pool pump making odd noises? Is it failing to circulate water the way you know it should? Your pool pump is the heart of your pool, so you’ve noticed something’s gone awry, it’s critical that you tend to it immediately. Without a properly functioning pump, water circulation will suffer, and your pool will end up looking more like a pond rather than something you actually want to take a swim in. At Royal Pool & Spa, it’s our job to keep homeowners well informed about proper pool care and maintenance, so we’ve detailed four telltale signs to look for if you think your pool pump might be petering out.

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3 Signs It’s Time to Renovate Your Pool

A pool is a great investment, but only if it remains in proper working condition. Just as certain components of your home will eventually require replacement or renovation, your pool demands the same attention. The average inground pool has a lifespan of approximately 15 years, after which time pool renovations become necessary. Pool liner replacements are typically necessary at five- to ten-year intervals, and equipment replacement may occur even more frequently. At Royal Pool & Spa, we’re here to help you get the most out of your pool, so if you’re dealing with any of the following issues, it’s time to consider renovating your pool.

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4 Signs Your Pool Plumbing Has Sprung A Leak

Are you worried your pool has sprung a leak? Pool leaks aren’t just inconvenient; they can be very costly. Not only will your water bill rise, but your pool chemical demands will also increase, costing you extra every month. At Royal Pool & Spa, we know pool leaks don’t just take a toll on your pool — they affect your yard, your bank account, and sometimes, even your home. If you’re worried about a pool plumbing leak, keep an eye out for the following signs:

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