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Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to fence my yard?
For what part of the installation am I responible?
How early can I have the pool installed?
Is chlorine or chlorine-free Baquacil better?
Will my warranty be void if I install my own pool?
My kids and I really want a pool, but my husband is concerned about how much work is involved.
Do I have to cover my pool when I'm not using it?
My neighbors use Solar Fish, what are they?
Is Steel or Resin material better?
How do I winterize/open my pool?
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Do I need to fence my yard?
A:
New York State building code requires that all swimming pools with a wall height of less than 48" must have a fence, some towns require a fence regardless of wall height. Please check with your town for specific zoning requirements. Back to the Top
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For what part of the installation am I responible for?
A:
You are responsible for knowing and following your town's zoning requirements, obtaining a permit, providing reseasonable access to the installation site, and for all aspects of the electrical wiring. Back to the Top
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How early can I have the pool installed?
A:
Reserve your pool early and it can be installed as soon as late April or early May. It is necassary however for your soil to be very dry. Back to the Top
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Is chlorine or chlorine-free Baquacil better?
A:
For families that want gentle, less harsh pool care, Baquacil is the program to choose. If you and your family never experience any eye irritation or dry skin while swimming in a pool treated with chlorine then the popular Bioguard Chlorine Program is what you want. Call the Fun Experts® for details. Back to the Top
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Will my warranty be void if I install my own pool?
A:
Absolutely not, many families install their own swimming pools. Many videos are available, and some site preperation is necassary. Simply ask a Fun Expert® for details.Back to the Top
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My kids and I really want a pool, but my husband is concerned about how much work is involved.
A:
With todays advanced technology its incredibly easy to own a pool. Come in and ask a Fun Expert® today. Back to the Top
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Do I have to cover my pool when I'm not using it?
A:
Most families take advantage of free solar heat by using a solar blanket. A solar blanket will also prevent debris from getting into your pool, and will keep the pool cleaner.Back to the Top
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My neighbors use Solar Fish, what are they?
A:
If you would like the benefits of a solar blanket without having to put it on or remove it, then the solar fish is for you. its a "fish" that slowly dispenses a safe, non-toxic, completely invisible liquid that prevents evaporation and keeps heat in! Simply ask to see the Solar Fish when you stop by. Back to the Top
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Is Steel or Resin material better?
A:
While steel is a less expensive choice, resin possesses no corrosive properties and has tremendous strength. The outdoors, contact with ground and many pool checmicals are very corrosive and will attack metal components. This is not a concern with resin
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Q:
How do I winterize/open my pool?
A:
The Fun Experts® will show you just how simple it is to open and close your pool. You can even sign up for our free classes!

Spring Opening Tips
- Click HERE for instructions

Winter Closing Tips
- Click HERE for instructions


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