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Questions to Ask Pool Builders Before Starting Your Project

Thinking of building a backyard pool in your Long Island backyard? Have you consulted any with any potential pool builders yet? We, at Premier Pools & Spas of Long Island are here to help you during your pool building process. It is important to that you don't sign any contracts before you research your builders.

Long Island Pool Liners: Keep Your Pool Clean While on Vacation

Long Island residents want to make sure their pool liners look amazing and that their swimming pool stays clean while on vacation. Choosing swimming pool liners that will stay clean is nearly impossible, at one point or another your swimming pool is going to need a little tender love and care. However, if you're keeping

Long Island: Building a Custom Swimming Pool

When you are researching pool building in Long Island, you may be considering a custom swimming pool. With your own custom swimming pool you have the opportunity to enjoy the water in your own backyard, which makes everything more enjoyable. In this article you can expect to learn about the essential pool benefits. Pool Building

Long Island: Tips on Vinyl Pool Liner Replacement

When you want to revamp your Long Island swimming pool, a vinyl pool liner replacement might be in order. This is one of the easiest ways to make a big difference in the look of your pool. In this article, we are going to talk more about vinyl pool liner replacement and things you should

Long Island: Vinyl Replacement for Your Pool

When you are thinking about improving your Long Island home, you may have looked into a vinyl replacement for your pool. If it is old, outdated and beginning to cause your problem, this could be the perfect time to take care of things. Having vinyl replacement done on your pool will allow you to give

Long Island Pool Guide: The Perfect Summer

Your Long Island pool is almost ready for another great summer. Having a pool guide to help you make sure you are moving in the right direction is important. Pool Guide Tips for Your Summer Whether you've just gotten your pool or you've had it for a long time, it never hurts to get a