The pandemic interrupted many activities that we took for granted. It was the regular long weekend that allowed a lot of us to have some “quality time,” or so we thought. Recently, the governor of Texas established a rule that we no longer need to use masks, yet the number of cases was rising day by day.
Now that many are getting their vaccines, there is a light of hope at the end of the horizon. The CDC confirmed that people who got their vaccines can now gather in small groups without having to wear masks. This means that it is time to have that pool party you missed in 2020. Those who found that having a Memorial Day celebration was arduous work will now see it as an important event like Christmas. And, if any homeowner built an oasis during pandemic times, now it’s the time to share time with family and friends.
First Things First
Check the Pool’s Chemicals
Do your routine pool check of chemistry levels, skim the water from debris and leaves, and ensure that the filter and pump are clean. If you feel that the pool equipment is not working correctly, contact a pool professional to get your pool inspected and serviced.
Clean the Pool’s Deck
The pool’s deck can become dirty from trees, dirt, mud, and more. Since it is a damp environment, algae, mold, and mildew can appear on the surface, making the pool’s deck ugly, slippery and dangerous, transmitting diseases to bare feet. A pressure washer removes all those elements,…