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Custom Made Above Ground Pools Near Me by paradise pools gives you lots of options!

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We can make any size pool 

  • The Smallest Width  4ft
  • The Largest Width 50ft
  • The Smallest Length 4ft
  • The Largest Length 80ft
  •  The Shallowest Height 24in
  • The Deepest Height 60in

 


Custom Made Above Ground Pools Near Me

Custom Made Above Ground Pools Near Me

Paradise Pools Mart

We offer many sizes , shapes and styles of above ground pools including the next gen Paradise Pools With the Paradise above ground pools we can made a pool to your specifications. These pools are also much stronger than your typical above ground pool with steel walls and a thin vinyl liner making them suitable for use with dogs and other wild life, as well as for commercial use.  If you don’t see the size pool you are interested in use our quote system, to get a personalized quote for a custom made pool. There is no extra charge for custom made pools.

Custom Made Above Ground Pools Near Me

Paradise Above Ground Pools are the most durable above ground pools available on the market today. With an extra thick, puncture resistant liner, and a heavy duty powder coated galvanized steel frame, these pools can stand up to any conditions and uses. Great for families with dogs, and for commercial use as well. Paradise above ground pools set up in about 2 hours (not including fill time) and are only available at:

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  • Pool Water Chemistry Definitions

    Pool Water Chemistry Definitions

    Definitions

    Pool water chemistry is the most misunderstood, yet vital component to overall pool care. Not only does proper water chemistry protect the swimmers using the pool, but it also protects the swimming pool itself.

    Gas heaters, electrical heat-pumps, filters, and even the vinyl-liner can all suffer severe damage from unbalanced pool water. In order to clear up some of the confusion surrounding this subject, we have listed some of the more important water chemistry terms below.

    Total Hardness


    Total Hardness refers to the amount of calcium and magnesium in your pool water. When total hardness is too high, scale can form causing the water to appear cloudy. When total hardness is too low, the water will corrode metal fixtures including copper components found in gas heaters and electrical heat-pumps. The total hardness should measure 150 – 300 ppm.

    Chlorine


    Chlorine is a disinfectant designed to sanitize (kill disease-causing organisms) and oxidize (destroy ammonia, nitrogen-containing contaminants and swimmer waste). A disinfectant must be continually active in the pool water so that it may react instantaneously with bacteria, algae and other organic matter as they are introduced into the water. The level of active chlorine is called the free chlorine residual and should measure 1.5 – 3.0 ppm.

    Total Alkalinity
    Total Alkalinity measures the amount of alkaline substances in the pool water. Alkaline substances buffer your water against sudden changes in the pH. When the total alkalinity is too low, the water will corrode metal fixtures including copper components found in gas heaters and electrical heat-pumps.

    Low total alkalinity could also cause staining and weaken your vinyl liner, causing it to wrinkle. The total alkalinity should measure 80 ppm for swimming pools using granular chlorine, or 100 – 120 ppm for swimming pools using stabilized chlorine such as chlorine tablets.

    pH
    pH refers to the intensity of acid or alkaline materials in your pool water. pH is measured on a pH scale extending from 1 (extremely acidic) to 14 (extremely alkaline). A pH of 7.0 is considered to be neutral. High pH (higher than 7.8) can cause eye and skin irritation, reduce the sanitizing action of chlorine, and cause the water to appear cloudy. Low pH (less than 7.2) can cause eye and skin irritation and corrode metal fixtures including copper components found in gas heaters and electrical heat-pumps. The pH should measure 7.2 – 7.8.

    Cyanuric Acid (Chlorine Stabilizer)


    Cyanuric acid lengthens the life of chlorine in the pool water. Chlorine products that contain cyanuric acid as an ingredient are referred to as “stabilized chlorine”. These types of chlorine are used to maintain consistent levels of chlorine in the pool water. But they are not very effective at clearing cloudy water or killing algae.

    For pools that use “non-stabilized chlorine”, that is chlorine that does not have cyanuric acid as an ingredient, cyanuric acid should be added in the spring when the pool is clear and the water is balanced. The cyanuric acid level should measure 40-80 ppm.

    Pool Water Problems and Solutions

    Cloudy Water
    Pool water can turn cloudy for a variety of reasons. The most common cause of cloudy water is either dead algae floating in the pool water or other small particles floating in the water such as dissolved leaves.

    The best way to treat a cloudy pool is chlorine, chlorine, and more chlorine. You should add a large dose of non-stabilized chlorine (either calcium hypochlorite or sodium hypochlorite) each day for four to five days straight, keeping your free chlorine level above 3 ppm at all times and running the pool filter 24 hours a day. If this does not clear your water, then you can try clarifiers and other products. But first shock your pool water.

    Pool Water Chemistry Definitions

    Algae are microscopic plants which can transform your pool water from clear blue to a swamp in as little as 24 hours. Spores are introduced into the pool through the air, from rain water, and from swimmers walking across the grass and then jumping into the pool. Algae blooms are common after heavy rain showers and when the pool water temperature is high. There are many types of algae, the most common in our area being green algae, mustard algae, and black algae.

    Pool Water Problems and Solutions

    The most effective way of preventing algae growth is to maintain a free chlorine level of at least 1.5 ppm at all times, run the pool filter 24 hours a day, and to add a dose of algaecide once a week. We have also found that adding Algaecide to the pool water decreases your chances of suffering from an algae bloom. An Algaecide acts as an inhibitor against algae growth by lowering algae’s ability to process carbon dioxide in the water making it difficult for an algae spore to germinate and grow. If you do develop algae, apply the appropriate algaecide, shock the pool, and brush down the entire pool causing the algae to become suspended in the pool water. The next day, if anything settles out, vac it out to “Waste”.

    Pool Water Chemistry Definitions

    If minerals are present in the pool water, they can cause the pool water to turn green, brown, yellow, and even purple. The water would look clear but discolored. It can be very difficult to distinguish between green water caused by green algae and green water caused by a mineral problem. A telltale sign of a mineral problem is the discoloring of the pool water shortly after shocking the pool. If this occurs, you will need to add a mineral sequester to the pool. Exactly how much is a guess. We have seen cases where one bottle has solved the problem, and others where multiple bottles were needed.

    Minerals

    Mineral problems are a tough nut to crack.  The pool industry is just now trying to get a handle on it. Stains on the vinyl liner are also treated by adding a mineral sequester. Persistent stains might need to be treated with an “on contact” product. These must be applied directly to the stained area of the pool. If the stain is on the bottom of the pool, applying the product directly on the stain can be tricky, but possible.

    Low pH

    Due to the acidic nature of our tap water and our rain. We tend to suffer more from low pH pool water than from high pH pool water. Fortunately, correcting the pH balance of your pool water is quite simple. All you need to do is add pH Increaser (also called soda ash and base). But before you add pH Increaser be sure to get your Total Alkalinity balanced first. Once the Total Alkalinity is balanced, the pH can be adjusted more accurately.

    Pool Water Chemistry Definitions


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  • Routine Above Ground Pools Care And Maintenance

    Routine Above Ground Pools Care And Maintenance

    Pool Ownership

    Owning a pool can make every day seem like a holiday.  But like all good things, a pool needs care and attention if you are to get the best out of it.  Clear, sparkling, pure water doesn’t just happen by itself.  This guide will help you achieve that brilliant water quality.

    Why is it necessary to treat water at all? The answer is that swimming pool water is re-circulated and constantly reused.  Bacteria, viruses and other micro-organisms are carried into this water by bathers. Some of these organisms may be harmful to health and must be destroyed before they can pass from one bather to another. Dirt and impurities can also be introduced by bathers, wind and rain and need to be removed to achieve good water quality.

    Routine Above Ground Pools Care And Maintenance

    Water treatment must also be carried out to prevent the growth of algae – tiny aquatic plants which can rapidly turn your pool water or pool surfaces green. Finally, water must be treated to ensure the pool, equipment and fittings come to no harm through corrosion or scale formation.

    The Routine Maintenance Program
    4 Easy Steps to the Most Brilliant Clean Ever Seen.

    1. Test the pool water and adjust the pH.  Then select your preferred POOLIFE Pool Care System. 

    2. Chlorinate and clarify to keep bacteria at bay 24 hours a day.  Use your preferred POOLIFE Primary Sanitizer.3. Shock once a week to clear up cloudy water, kill algae, and destroy organic contaminants and much more.  For best
    results use calcium hypochlorite based POOLIFE TurboShock or POOLIFE Rapid Shock.
    4. Prevent algae, especially in the hot summer months by adding your preferred POOLIFE Algaecide once a week OR if
    you have chosen the Multipurpose Cleaning Tablet system that already contains an algaecide.  Add extra sparkle to
    your pool water by adding a water enhancer such as POOLIFE Pool Plus.

    Routine Maintenance

    Your pool water should be tested for pH, free available chlorine (FAC), total alkalinity (TA), calcium hardness (CH) and stabilizer levels. Testing your pool water is a very simple way to ensure your pool has balanced water. Take a sample of pool water to your Authorized POOLIFE® Dealer each month during the summer season for a detailed analysis.  Or you could invest in a good quality POOLIFE test kit or test strips to measure for pH, free available chlorine and total alkalinity. Test strips are a quick and easy alternative to the traditional test kit.

    Ideal Ranges

    • pH:  7.2 – 7.6   
    • FAC:  1 – 4 p.p.m.  (parts per million)   
    • TA:  60 – 120 p.p.m.    
    • CH:  200 – 500 p.p.m. (up to 1,000 is acceptable) 
    • Stabilizer:  20 – 50 p.p.m.

     

    Helpful Tips

    •  Wait 24 hours after a shock treatment before testing for FAC or pH. 
    •  Rinse the collection container a few times with pool water. Do this before and after each use. 
    • Collect water that is 18 inches (about an arm’s length) below the surface and away from an inlet pipe. 
    • Test the water promptly after collecting it. 
    • Replace all test solutions at the beginning of the summer season. 
    • Always correct the TA before adjusting the pH. 

     

    Routine Pool Care Summary

    • Daily:  Test and adjust the pH and chlorine levels
      Run your filtration system 8 – 12 hours a day during summer (12 hours is better).
        
    • Weekly:  Test the TA level (daily is preferable).
      Shock treat with your preferred POOLIFE shock treatment product.
      Add a preventive dose of your preferred POOLIFE algaecide.
      Remove leaves and other debris from pool.
      Empty skimmer and pump baskets.
      Brush pool floor and walls.
      Check water level and top up if necessary.
      Check filter pressure and backwash only if required (follow manufacturer’s recommendations).
       
    • Monthly:  Take a pool water sample to your Authorized POOLIFE Dealer for a full water analysis. This should
      include: pH, FAC, Total Alkalinity, Calcium Hardness, TDS, Cyanuric and Metals. 

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  • Keeping Your Above Ground Swimming Pools Looking New

    Keeping Your Above Ground Swimming Pools Looking New

    A well-built and well-maintained pool will last for years. But after a while, even the best care will not prevent a pool from showing signs of age.

    An old pool, or even a poorly maintained pool, is not a lost investment. A few repairs or simple refurbishings may be all that is needed. If major work is called for, you’ll probably want a pool contractor to do it for you.

    Repairing Cracks

    In-ground cement or gunite pool walls may crack from earth movements under the shell or around the deck. Hairline cracks are easily repaired with a small amount of plaster, caulking compound or epoxy putty once you lower the water below the damaged area.

    Check the extent of the crack. Large cracks may indicate a serious problem, possibly from soil movement or poor drain-age. If a large crack should appear, it may be necessary to drain the pool and you’ll want to consult a pool professional.

    Keeping Your Above Ground Swimming Pools Looking New

    Replastering Concrete Pools

    For best appearance, concrete pools should be replastered about every 10 to 15 years or repainted every 3 to 5 years. This is because daily contact with pool chemicals and changing water temperatures often cause flaking or chipping. Slight damage can be buffed and patched or painted over. In areas where mineral content or water hardness is excessive, it may be necessary to replaster sooner.

    Mending a Vinyl Liner

    Most tears or punctures arc easily repaired by the pool owner. Some vinyl companies even offer underwater patching kits, so you don’t need to drain the pool for repairs. If you observe any tears longer than 2 to 3 inches you should consider them to be serious. If the repair is very costly to fix, it may be better to replace rather than repair the liner.

    Repairing Fiberglass Surfaces

    Although this material is strong and durable, after time the smooth finish may fade, chip or discolor. If this occurs, your warranty as many manufacturers cover surface deterioration. If the damage is small, patching the area may be all that is necessary, For larger areas, you may have to recoat the entire pool. A simple coat of epoxy paint may improve the appearance of an older fiberglass shell. Always follow manufacturers’ recommended procedures.

    Tile Care

    Tile trim along the inner edge of a pool can be very sensitive to shifts in the soil, and it can crack or pop off. You can use stronger glue to re-lay the tile, but if there is actual structural damage, some excavation and rebuilding

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  • Above Ground Pools – Freezing

    Above Ground Pools – Freezing

    Q. Can I stop my above ground pool from collapsing or at least limit the damage?

    I just checked my pool and the pillow has popped and the snow/ice build up was bringing some of the sides in. I released the cover to help with the pressure. The water inside is frozen. One panel wall is bent alittle and the liner is out, another panel has released itself from the top rail, it’s about two panels down from the first one. Is there anything I can do to save it from collapsing before I can get a pool guy out? Thanks.

    A. What to do..

    For future reference try something more solid than an air pillow in extreme cold conditions. An Inner tube or even a solid tire. We’ve had customers in Canada use a log of all things, reporting it keeps the cover afloat and it will more lightly compress when the water freezes.

    Now, for what to do, if the pool is frozen solid,  don’t worry, it won’t get any worse. Disassemble the pool piece by piece

    Wrap your pool with rope several times to hold everything together until your pool guy comes. Only do this if it is not frozen solid

    Dig out your warranty information and contact your dealer for help in contacting your manufacturer for replacement parts


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    Above Ground Pools – Freezing

    Paradise Pools Mart. We offer many sizes , shapes and styles of above ground pools including the next gen Paradise Pools

    With the Paradise above ground pools we can made a pool to your specifications. These pools are also much stronger than your typical above ground pool with steel walls and a thin vinyl liner making them suitable for use with dogs and other wild life, as well as for commercial use.

    Paradise Pools Mart. We offer many sizes , shapes and styles of above ground pools including the next gen Paradise Pools

    With the Paradise above ground pools we can made a pool to your specifications. These pools are also much stronger than your typical above ground pool with steel walls and a thin vinyl liner making them suitable for use with dogs and other wild life, as well as for commercial use.  We can provide you with a quote for the pool that you want, if you do not see it here. We do not charge extra for custom made pools.

  • Basic Swimming Pool Maintenance

    Basic Above Ground Swimming Pool Maintenance

    Basic Swimming Pool MaintenanceTo make sure your  pool water is clean and clear we focus our topic in two main areas.  The maintenance or restoring of your Chemistry Balance of your swimming pool water and the cleaning of dirt and particulate matter from your pool.

    The balance of water chemistry in an above ground pool is attained by testing. The adding of chemicals alone will not keep your pool water balanced, you must test the pool and see which levels have to be adjusted and adding chemicals only as proscribed by the tests. For your pool to function at it’s best, this balance must be maintained.

    Basic Above Ground Swimming Pool Maintenance

    Secondly to insure good pool water maintenance we must remove particulate matter and dirt.  This is achieved by water circulation of the pool through a filtering system. Also brushing and vacuuming of the pool’s walls and sides will keep the pool from “growing” dirt or algae. With use of an automatic pool cleaner, this can be done at the same time as filtration. Cleaning the filter when needed will optimize this process.

    An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure and if you keep up  with maintenance it will prevent the  dreaded pool water problems that can occur when things get out of hand.’

     

    Everything You need to know about above ground swimming pool water care and maintenance can be found right here.  Consider this your owner’s manual for your above ground pool. Answers to almost every question regarding the upkeep of your pool is given below. If you can’t find the answer you are looking for, please Visit Our FAQ’s Page. It will give you a complete overview of all of our pool information that is available online.

    Basic Swimming Pool Maintenance

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