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How To Install Your Inground Pool Liner

Installation Of The Inground Pool Liner

Upon opening the liner box, you will notice that the liner is marked with arrows (either on the liner box or the liner itself). Place the entire liner box in the shallow end near the break line and note which direction the liner box shows as the deep end and which is the shallow end. Keeping it rolled up, remove the liner from the box ensuring that it is facing the proper direction. After positioning the liner, remove the red arrows. Unfold the liner to both sides going towards the shallow end corners.
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42″ vs 48″ Panels: What to Know When Selecting a Wall Height for Your New Pool

When it comes to designing your pool, there are a couple key factors that you have to decide on while choosing your pool kit. One of those key factors is how high you’d like your wall panels to be; 42” or 48”? To help you decide what’s best for your pool needs we’ll cover the main differences between the two heights here!

42” PANELS come standard in our pool kits. This wall height creates a traditional 3’4” shallow end depth which is typically preferred for younger children or inexperienced swimmers. Based on the pool bottom of your choice, there could […] Continue Reading…

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DIY and Save

When it comes to backyard enjoyment, you’ll have to search long and hard to find anything that offers more summer time fun than an inground swimming pool! More and more people have turned to Royal Swimming Pools for our easy to order, one stop shop, Swimming Pool Kits! Our kits give you the opportunity to be more hands on in every step of the building process with the flexibility of choosing what you do and do not want to tackle on your own; you can hire a contractor, or you can roll up your sleeves for a true DIY […] Continue Reading…

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Financing Options for your New Pool!

Quick and Easy ways to enjoy your dream pool sooner!
There has never been an easier time to finance your dream backyard! You can now have the luxury of making easy and low monthly payments, or even choose to just pay for your pool a couple months after ordering it! We’ve partnered with two of the most trusted names in the industry in order to offer you financing options that are best for you and your family!

Both PayPal Credit and LightStream offer quick and convenient options for financing your pool or spa! Both offer approvals within minutes and nearly instant […] Continue Reading…

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What To Know When Choosing a Pool Liner

With a seemingly endless amount of liner patterns to choose from, you’ve probably asked yourself, “how do I choose the best liner for my pool”.  Choosing the right liner for your new or existing swimming pool is one of the most important decisions you will make when planning for your new pool as it will affect the appearance of your pool.  As you’ll want to make sure that you understand how the end result will look, we have compiled our top tips and recommendations that we’ve given over the last 25 years to help you make an amazing choice […] Continue Reading…

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Troweling The Pool Base

When troweling the sand or vermiculite pool base, a minimum of thickness of 1½” must be maintained throughout. Spread the vermiculite out with a flat shovel into roughly 2′ X 6′ sections. Use a 30” magnesium Darby or 16″ pool trowel to spread and flatten the sand/vermiculite. Get the vermiculite as flat, even, and smooth as possible while spreading the material in several directions.

At the base of the hopper walls, bring the sand/vermiculite 2″ up the pool wall to the set string. It is important to avoid sharp edges or pockets in the pool bottom, thus avoiding areas for […] Continue Reading…

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Automatic Pool Cleaners: What’s the Difference?

Having to manually take out and use a pool vacuum head to clean your pool at least once a week if not more, depending on the size of your pool, can take several hours to complete. With everyone being busy and wanting to spend the extra they do have relaxing, we are seeing more and more of our customers turning to automatic pool cleaners to help give them some more time back!

If you’ve ever been to someone’s house and seen a small under water robot having a grand time in their pool- that’s an automatic pool cleaner! They can […] Continue Reading…

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Different Types of Pool Filters

Your pool’s water will be pumped to your filter where undissolved debris will be removed by one of three primary ways; based on the different materials that are used to filter your water:

Sand
Cartridge
DE (Diatomaceous Earth)

SAND FILTERS

Sand filters are the most popular pool filters that our customers choose! They have the desired features of being low cost and incredibly easy to use. These filters are effective for most home installations and require very little interaction. Maintaining a sand filter requires backwashing to remove the debris collected over time. The actual filter does not require disassembling to achieve […] Continue Reading…

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