Swimming pool service technicians use chemicals on a daily basis. Sodium hypochlorite and muriatic acid are essential to balancing pool water to provide a safe, bacteria-free swimming environment. Improper use of these chemicals can not only lead to plaster damage, but to bacterial infections as well. It would be surprising, … Continue reading →
We received two new claims this week. In the first instance a property manager is demanding $200,000 for the replacement of concrete decking due to splashing of “aggressive water”. In the second instance a parent wants money to compensate for the rash she claims her children received while swimming in … Continue reading →
Swimmers in China enjoying themselves at a public pool in Nanjing, the capital of the Jiangsu Province as tempertures reach as high as 104 degrees.
Blog Poll –
Would you rather be:
(a) The lifeguard
(b) The pool tech
(c) A swimmer… Continue reading →