Author Archives: Stephanie

  • Problem of the Month: Pollen

    What is it? Pollen is a powdery substance that is given off by plants, grass, weeds, and trees to fertilize other plants.  Pollen can be spread by insects and by the wind, landing on any surface that finds itself in its path. Although it can be naked to the eye, it will typically leave a […]

  • An Expert Interview on Robotic Pool Cleaners

    Robotic pool cleaners have become increasingly popular, each season, as pool owners keep looking for ways to enjoy their pool lifestyle rather than spending so much time working on their pools.  R&R Pools has a long-standing relationship with Hayward Pool Products.  We carry many pieces of their equipment, and guess that you likely have at […]

  • Problem of the Month: Water Discoloration

    What is it? There are various reasons for water discoloration, and it may be best to speak to your pool professional to determine what the cause is – Algae or Metals. Your pool professional should have a serious of questions they will ask to help determine the cause to help you find the proper solution: […]

  • An Expert Interview About Pool Chemicals

    R&R Pools has carried the BioGuard line of chemicals for many years, trusting the quality of their products.  Each season, our staff goes through extensive training with BioGuard helping to ensure you receive the best recommendations on your water conditions. Our clients who are currently on the BioGuard line of chemicals have seen the difference […]

  • How Swimming Pool Ionizers Work, the Cost and the Pros, and Cons

    There’s more to cleaning and maintaining your swimming pool than just keeping leaves and twigs out. Invisible parasites and pathogens can also make your pool unsafe for you and your family. And that’s where the Clearblue swimming pool ionizer comes in. Here’s everything you need to know about leveraging Clearblue ionizer for smoother and silkier pool water. […]

  • Problem of the Month: Heavy Algae

    What is it? Algae is a living organism (plant) that can appear in your pool when your sanitizer levels have dropped to a level that cannot control them.  They can enter your pool by various means, including by the wind.  Algae left untreated will continue to bloom, until properly treated. Prevention: Properly maintaining your weekly […]