We are in midst of summer and enjoying the outdoors completely. For those who own a swimming pool, you’ll want to inspect, test, and open your pool to begin using it.Continue reading “Why Should I Hire A Pool Professional To Inspect, Clean And Open My Pool?”
It’s the height of summer. There’s no better time to enjoy your pool and backyard parties than the Fourth of July. This holiday is a time to celebrate and count the many blessings we have. It takes a lot for us to have the freedom and prosperity to enjoy life. It’s not something we should ever take for granted.Continue reading “Celebrating Fourth Of July in Style!”
1. Is there a landscape architect on your staff?
Finding a company with a Landscape Architect (LA) on staff will save you time, money and aggravation. A licensed LA is trained and experienced in providing a design that integrates the entire backyard to match both your lifestyle and imagination. Your investment deserves professionals who have the expertise to handle the particulars of design as well as to implement and actualize your project. Finding a pool builder with an LA on staff means you’re hiring a true design-build firm.Continue reading “5 Questions to Ask Before You Hire a Pool Builder”
If you’re thinking about buying a house with a pool, there are some important things you need to know — before closing the deal. A swimming pool is one of the most valuable assets in a home and it can be the place your family and friends share some of the best times of their lives.
Or it can be a headache that just won’t go away.
More and more landscape companies are vying to build your pool. The more prudent choice is to select an experienced pool builder with a Landscape Architect on staff. To prevent costly problems, we suggest you download our important guide on what it will mean to you to hire an eminently qualified, professional pool builder with a Landscape Architect on staff to design and build your dream oasis.
NOTE: People with health problems should consult with their physicians prior to beginning any type of spa treatments.
As the population in America ages, we continue to search for the fountain of youth. Staving off the aging process is more than simply taking medications. There are proactive steps you can take to keep and even recover your health—without drugs.
Summer is now long over. As we grow close to the end of another year, we’re coming upon a day on which we commemorate our Veterans. Originally named Armistice Day after the conclusion of the First World War, Veteran’s Day is an occasion on which we recognize how it is we came to be free.
You’re one of the lucky ones who own a pool. You bought your home and the pool was already in place. It’s been a few years, and this spring as you walk into the backyard, the patio shows signs of aging. In the pool you see the once bright liner has faded. When you venture behind the cabana the heater, pumps, and filters aren’t ready for the swimming season.
Plus, that little sapling near the pool—it’s no longer “little.” Its roots are spreading right into the shallow end of your pool.
So now what do you do?
By far the easiest way to keep your pool in top shape through the off season is to hire a Certified Service Professional® to handle all the responsibilities and inspections. Here at B&B, we service pools in Bergen County, New Jersey as well as Rockland and Westchester Counties in New York. Click on the link below and we’ll be in touch about your service needs.
Shell Construction Must Be Sturdy and of the Highest Quality
What goes into a hot tub shell? To be clear, the shell is the part you sit in. There are two basic kinds of shells. There are inexpensive, vacuum-molded acrylic shells that are formed into the shape of a hot tub, or there are reinforced fiberglass/acrylic shells. The reinforced fiberglass/acrylic shells have textured or shiny surfaces made from acrylic.