Algae Free Guarantee

Swimming pools should be for fun – not a hassle, right? We know that many pool owners have trouble keeping their water in good shape, and we’re here to let you know that doesn’t have to be the case! Here at Paradise Pools & Spas, we are so confident in our Bioguard chemicals that we are willing to GUARANTEE you will not get algae. Sounds like something you’re interested in? Read further for how to sign up. At Paradise, we are so confident in our Bioguard chemicals that we are... Read The Rest →

Saltwater Pools vs Chlorine Pools

Saltwater Pools vs Chlorine Pools

Paradise Pools & Spas has the experience and expertise to take care of all your pool needs. Traditionally, pools have been maintained using chlorine, but over the last several years, pools using saltwater system have become increasingly popular. When deciding on which system to use, you need to know some facts about saltwater pools vs chlorine pools.   Softer Feeling Water Many people are initially drawn to saltwater pools vs chlorine pools due to the “softer” feeling of the water.  The salt content of a saltwater pool is far lower than... Read The Rest →

Pool Maintenance in Charleston, SC: What You Should Know

How do you keep your pool sparkling clean?  It doesn’t have to be as hard as you think.  There is a lot that goes into pool maintenance, and if you are in Charleston, SC you will want to have somebody on your side to ensure your pool lasts a lifetime.  You should also know some basic facts about pool maintenance so that you can take the best possible care of your pool: Skim Your Pool & Clean Your Filter Basket When you care for your pool, make sure you incorporate... Read The Rest →

How To Maintain A Pool: 5 Tips from Your Charleston Pool Company!

Now that you have your pool, what should you be doing to maintain it?  How should you protect your investment?  At Paradise Pools we believe that each customer should understand how to maintain a pool or spa after installation.  Here are 5 tips on how to maintain a pool: Keep Proper Circulation Pool water must be circulated in order to maintain optimal levels of sanitization.  Think of it this way, the more you keep your water in motion or circulating, the more difficult it is for bacteria and algae to... Read The Rest →

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