A beautiful aquatic setting deserves equally dazzling water, explains water-quality specialist, Steve Kenny. That universal truth can lead anywhere, he says, including this project that is nestled in the heart of a tropical paradise, where he rescued a gorgeous pool from the murky depths of an inadequate treatment system. ...
Pebble Technology (Scottsdale, Ariz.) now offers Lightstreams glass tile. All tiles are specially designed for pools, featuring permanent internal coloring and texturing and the highest standards of craftsmanship. Twice-fired to remove stresses in the glass and specially engineered for secure application, they deliver nearly timeless durability, with silky smooth corners and edges for safe and comfortable contact with bare skin. For details click here.
RicoRock (Orlando, Fla.) provides coping/waterline products are comprised of light-weight cast concrete rock that is mortared in place. Created to meet the growing consumer demand for rock-treatments around pools, the coping complements the company’s lines of waterfalls and boulders. Made of high-density concrete mix that resists damage to freeze/thaw cycles, the texture of the coping is slip-resistant making it ideal for pool perimeters. For details, click here.
Ramuc Specialty Pool Coatings (Rockaway, N.J.) makes DS Water-Based Acrylic pool paint for aquatic facilities that need to paint their pool fast, keeping down-time to a minimum, the company says. The paint can be applied to damp surfaces as well as previously painted, chlorinated and synthetic rubber surfaces. Pools can be filled within three days after panting.