If you own a swimming pool, you are responsible for maintaining safe swimming conditions. One of the most important safety practices for swimming pools is also one of the least understood by owners: balancing pool chemicals. Whatever type of pool you own, you'll need to carefully monitor the levels of chlorine and other chemicals to keep conditions safe. Here are some of the chemical aspects of your pool water that you should be checking regularly:
- It's important to prepare your home and yard for the winter season ahead due to the harsh weather conditions that arrive. The sprinkler system can suffer from damage if it's not winterized. If you want to keep it in good condition until the spring season, there are a few essential steps to take. Turn Off the Water SupplyShut off the water supply to the sprinklers, which is located in the basement or in a valve box that is approximately five feet deep.
- Practically everyone enjoys the fall season. If you have a little briskness in the air where you live along with some brilliant fall foliage, you have it made. Fall is the traditional harvest season for some of the best apples, and it is definitely pumpkin season. Even restaurants celebrate with pumpkin spice everything. Here are three great fall activities for you and your family to do outside. Visit a Pumpkin PatchInstead of picking up pumpkins, gourds, dried corn stalks and colorful corn cobs at a grocery or department store, go to a farm that has a pick-your-own pumpkin patch.