You may have noticed that it’s been a bit wet lately - like Florida has decided to catch up on six months of rain in the space of three days. That amount of rainwater can quickly have an impact on your pool. Here’s Jason with some tips on what to expect…
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Florida summers aren't just hot, they are also WET! And as this year seems even rainier than usual, it seems the perfect opportunity to revisit the effects of rain on your swimming pool.
Take a few minutes to check out this helpful guide to understanding the impact of the afternoon (morning and evening, too!) thunderstorms on your pool.
We've been hearing a great deal about leaks from the White House these days, and now, we have a theory. It turns out that the White House Press Briefing Rooms is built directly over Franklin D. Roosevelt's old swimming pool. The pool, drained during Nixon's era, now serves as storage space for computer servers, but still perhaps they should give Aaron's Leak Detection a call?
Overfilling your pool can be problematic for a number of reasons, but when you're pool is on the 15th floor of a building, it's a disaster of epic proportions! The owner of the Loews Chicago Hotel discovered this recently when the pool was left unattended during the filling process and subsequently flooded the floors below. A lawsuit is pending.
What if you could indulge a passion, help others, AND break a world record? A man in Aurora, Illinois is setting out to do all three by building the world's deepest warm water swimming pool The pool would allow for therapeutic scuba diving sessions and break the current record of 137 feet deep, held by a pool in Italy.
It's that time of year again - rainy season is upon us! And what effect will that have on your pool? Jason has the answers for you...
Wave pools are traditionally reserved for resorts and swim parks, but over the weekend, these New Zealand homeowners discovered the attraction in their own backyard during a 5.7 magnitude earthquake.
If you enjoyed the great "what color is the dress?" debate of 2015, you'll love the new debate raging around this photo of a little girl in the pool. Is she underwater? Or splashing in the shallows? Take a look and decide for yourselves...
Swimming lessons can't start too early, and a Singapore baby spa has gone above and beyond in creating a unique first experience for the smallest of swimmers. (Skip ahead to 45 seconds!)
The Hotel Terme Millepini in Italy has taken the swimming pool amenity to a whole new level with the deepest indoor pool in the world. Divers are invited to explore to a depth of 40 meters (131 feet)...and leave the wet suit at home because the water is a balmy 90 degrees.
Famous illusionist, David Copperfield, suffered a leak of enourmous proportions when his penthouse pool suffered a pump malfunction and drained it's entire volume into his apartment below. And then into the 30 floors of apartments below him.
Let this be a lesson to you...magic alone will not keep your pool running smoothly. Regular maintenance is a must! Also, you should consider not installing your pool on your roof.
If your furry friends join you in the pool, you'll want to check out the below video on how to adjust your maintenance routine.
With the extra rain falling on Central Florida recently, it seems a good time to revisit this video!
Stop guessing and use this helpful infographic!
Practical wisdom tells us that when we "hear hoofbeats" we should look for horses. So, in the leak detection business, when water levels are dropping, we look for the leak. On occasion however, hoofbeats mean zebras, and waterloss means elephants.
Or maybe that's just in Africa...
Jason was a featured contributor on Angie's List. To find out more about how to test your pool for evaporation, check out the article!
About this Angie's List Expert: Jason Scarborough is the owner of Orlando-based Aaron's Leak Detection and a fun-loving family man. He's dedicated to serving each and every customer with integrity and to saving Central Florida literally millions of gallons of water lost to pools.