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Morris Pool Services





This blog is about things to help you with your pool and pool products.

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Posted by Brad Morris on March 15, 2013 at 1:20 AM

LEAKING- “Drip, Drip Drip!”

When it comes to liners we recommend and sell VyNall liners for their superb quality and true mil thickness!


At some point of your pools life you will need to repair or replace a liner.

1. When you need to replace your liner give Morris Pool Ser...

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PUMPS "For the Wise"

Posted by Brad Morris on March 12, 2013 at 12:50 PM

Pumps for the Wise!

We sell and recommend Hayward Pool Pumps! They are workhorses and dependable!

Did you know that you can save money by keeping your pump working properly?

Your Pool pump circulates the water so the filter can clean and spread the chemic...

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Pools.."Food for Thought"

Posted by Brad Morris on March 11, 2013 at 9:35 PM

Pools…”Food for Thought”!

When Pool season nears there is a road of several things that will need to be done before you can actually swim.

1. Pool opening…You can DIY however saving “time” which always equals money it is best to call a pool professional that can do it for you!

2. Pool Cleaning…You can D...

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The Importance of Your POOL PUMP

Posted by Brad Morris on March 5, 2013 at 6:30 PM

Morris Pool Service wants you to know the importance of your Pool Pump!!

All swimming pools have a filtering system to keep the water clean and free of algae and bacteria. An integral part of your filtering system is the pool pump. Without a pump your filtering system will not work and your pool will get too dirty to use rather quickly. Most pool pumps are se...

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Why Hire a Professional to Clean?

Posted by Brad Morris on February 28, 2013 at 1:10 AM

1. Peace of Mind

By investing in routine cleaning and maintenance for your swimming pool, you are ensuring that your pool is being cared for properly. You never have to worry that the condition of your pool is deteriorating, that it's not safe, or that it's not functioning correctly.

2. Water Balance and Filtration

Part of the job for a good pool ...

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Pool Shock

Posted by Brad Morris on February 27, 2013 at 12:55 PM

The term shock treatment might sound extreme, but it’s a term well known to most pool owners (or it should be!). Shocking your pool protects you and your family from bacteria and organic contaminants, and helps to prevent and correct most common pool water problems in chlorine-based pools.

The best way to keep your pool water clear of unwanted contaminants this pool season is by shocking your pool w...

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Pool Algae

Posted by Brad Morris on February 27, 2013 at 12:50 PM

Algae are single-celled marine plants-and there are literally thousands of different species that can potentially develop in swimming pools and spas. Here is a look at the common types of algae found in swimming pools:

• Green algae: This is the most common type of algae found in pools and spas, and can be free-floating or wall-clinging. Fortunately, it...

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Posted by Brad Morris on February 27, 2013 at 12:50 PM

The process for winterizing the pool is one with several critical steps - which is perhaps why a large percentage of inground pool owners prefer to let the professionals have the honors each year. Keep in mind that it's important to winterize the pool not only to protect it from hazards of the cold weather, but also to prevent it from becom...

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Pool Opening

Posted by Brad Morris on February 27, 2013 at 12:50 PM

While it may seem hard to imagine now, the time is quickly approaching to open your swimming pool for the season. Opening the pool is a big chore that many pool owners would rather not have to deal with - and a growing number of owners opt to have a professional service company take care of the process to ensure that it's done quickly and correctly. For those who choose to open the pool themselves, there can be a lo...

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Pool Questions

Posted by Brad Morris on February 27, 2013 at 12:40 PM

Summer weather seems to have arrived early this year, and the rising temperatures are a reminder that it's time to think about opening your swimming pool for the season. It's typically right around this time of year that pool owners will start asking the questions: Is now too early to open my pool? Is it better to wait?

These are good questions, and we hear them often. The best time to open your swimming pool will depend to a certain extent on where you are located and whether you're in...

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Pool and Spa Care Tips

Posted by Brad Morris on February 22, 2013 at 7:10 PM

It usually costs about .50-1.00 per day to heat the spa in winter climates it might be closer to that 1.00-2.00 per day. Chemicals depending on the system and brand can cost typically about $200-$250 per year that's including if you need a pH increaser and decreaser, but you may not even need those at all. And I know jacuzzi filters are a little bit more on the pricey end versus QCA which is what spas I sell. I believe they are about $50, thankfully they are only replaced once a year and clea...

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