It seems like it’s been an eternity since we last enjoyed hanging out by the pool on a beautiful summer day. Many of us feel like we lost the entire summer season in 2020 due to the Covid-10 pandemic and the lock-downs.
However, there is finally some good news. More states are now opening for business, travel, and leisure. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has also lifted mask mandates for everyone vaccinated against the virus.
With Summer on its way, it may finally be time for you to purchase a pool. You may also want to consider installing a beautiful travertine tile pool deck. What better way to welcome Summer than inviting your family and friends over for a good old-fashioned pool party?
While professionally-installed swimming pools are permanent fixtures that will last a lifetime, they will inevitably need some type of pool remodeling.
Fortunately, swimming pools nowadays come in every conceivable shape, size, and design.
Here at Willsha Pools, we offer everything from the most basic service packages to complete remodeling and resurfacing.
We offer everything from custom pool packages that’ll give you precisely what you want from the ground up to simple repairs and refinishes designed to get your old pool looking new again.
Regardless of what you need, we have the experience and know-how to get your job done right.
The team at Willsha Pools recently completed a pool remodel that turned out great! This project included a Grand Staircase, custom concrete work, and landscaping.
In this post, we will share some pictures as we progressed through the project.
Do you need help cleaning or repairing your pool?
Searching for things like “pool service near me?”
Finding the right pool cleaning company requires more than just looking at prices and reviews. Here are the things you should know about finding a pool cleaning service.
There is nothing like the sound of water running down rocks, trickling down unique tile work, or falling into a large water basin while enjoying your outdoor living area.
Swimming is a great American pastime, which explains why there are over 10 million residential pools in the United States.
Over half are inground.
But it isn’t just a matter of filling it up and jumping into the water. Pools require regular maintenance. It’s not just a matter of aesthetics but for safety reasons too.
To keep a pool clean and running properly you must:
- remove debris floating in the water that can clog the filter system
- add chemicals to the water to keep bacteria and other disease-causing organisms under control
- get rid of algae and mold from the surfaces.
- remove calcium from the pool tile and rocks
All of these tasks take time and attention from the pool owner.
It’s no secret that pools require yearlong upkeep in the form of servicing, cleaning, and maintenance, but sometimes, despite the most dedicated care, pools become susceptible to unexpected issues that regular service doesn’t prevent.
One of the most common—and often bewildering—problems that pool owners face is pool plaster delamination.
Never heard of it?
Here’s everything you need to know to identify this unsightly pool concern and how to solve this issue.
Recently the team at Willsha Pools finished building a custom pool for a homeowner in Walsh Ranch. We are very excited to share some pictures of this pool project and walk you through the complete process of the pool build.
Many homeowners dream of a backyard oasis to beat the Texas heat. A custom pool is a great idea, but also a hefty investment – one that could turn into a costly mistake if you aren’t careful.
To make this dream a reality, you’ll need to partner with a DFW pool builder you can trust.
“But how do I find a pool builder near me?”
If that’s the question you’re asking, we’ve got answers.
Nothing beats jumping into your pool on a hot summer day, but the price of refinishing a pool can leave you wondering if it was worth it. It may surprise you how expensive a concrete pool can get, so keeping it properly maintained should be a top priority.
Why is that?
Besides the usual prices to maintain your pool throughout the year, repairs and utilities can sneak up on you. The surface on your pool is what seals it and keeps the water from leaking into the ground.