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What to do with my pool in the winter?

Posted by Dane Wade on Sunday, January 4, 2015, In : Pool Water Circulation 
Just wanted to touch on a couple of concerns pool owners in Las Vegas have every winter.  The most commonly asked question I get is:  "How long do I run my pool in the winter?"  I always respond by telling them the most important thing is not how long to run the pool, but when to run the pool.  You see, even though we live in a desert that during summer months is hotter than Haiti, during the winter it does get cold here and often times freezes!  So when you need to run your pool in the Las V...
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How Long Do I Run My Pool Pump?

Posted by Dane Wicker on Sunday, May 6, 2012, In : Pool Water Circulation 
With the hotter summer months getting closer and closer, many have a question as to how long to run their filter pump every day.  I recommend setting your pool time clock to run at least 8 hours a day once temperatures reach 90 degrees through the end of September.  The time to run the filter pump is typically 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. or maybe 9 9 a.m. - 7 p.m.  That way, the pool is circulating through the hottest hours of the day and will have uniform chlorine levels throughout the pool, because wh...
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