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Montgomery County Students Will Have Improved Access to New Socks and Underwear through United Way!

MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Texas — Montgomery County students from Kindergarten through 12th grade will have improved access to new socks and underwear through United Way of Greater Houston’s Project Undercover. Studies show 1 in 5 children don’t have access to clean clothes, often because their families are unable to provide these items due to financial constraints. Students without clean clothes often choose to miss school, which can become a leading factor in high school dropout rates.   Approximately 41 percent of students in Montgomery County come from economically disadvantaged families. Project Undercover makes it possible for lower-income students to wear brand […]

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What Makes the Woodlands Pool Contractors Great?

Admit it: you have heard at least one horror story from a friend about people who have gone through horrible experiences during swimming pool installation. Maybe the contractors didn’t show on time or the work ended up being too expensive or the quality was poor – the stories have no end. While some of them might be true, most of them are probably just tall tales. If you want to create your very own backyard paradise in your home in the Woodlands, you can stay away from such horrors by learning what to look for in the Woodlands pool contractors […]

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6 Smart Ways to Bring Shade to Your Outdoor Space

Outdoor areas don’t have to be all about soaking in the sun. Sometimes it’s nice to relax in a shady spot, shielded from the harsh rays. There are many ways to bring shade to an outdoor space. You can build a new freestanding structure or enhance an existing patio or pergola through the addition of a shade screen. Many such screens are made from fabric or canvas, but even materials like lattice and bamboo are popular options that cast delicately dappled light onto the outdoor living space beneath or behind. Best of all, there’s no need to call in a […]

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DIY or Leave it to the Pros

When it comes time to decide between DIY pool care and using a professional pool cleaning service, consider such tasks as maintaining the filter, surface skimming and chemical testing. A pool is an impressive feature of a home, but it can also be the most difficult and expensive to maintain. So What can you do yourself, and what should you leave to the pros? Weekly Pool Maintenance Pool care may involve skimming the surface, vacuuming and brushing, emptying skimmer baskets and automatic cleaner bags. After cleaning, water balance is tested and balancing chemicals may be added. Sanitizer levels are checked […]

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What to Consider Before Rushing into Acquiring a Pool

 The amount of relaxation and recreation achieved by having such an extension to your home will always outweigh the costs. Even if they sound a bit luxurious and probably unaffordable, Swimming pools are the ultimate insertion in a backyard design. The first question you should ask yourself is why do you want a swimming pool? Before talking about where a pool should be fitted or how it should look like, you should always consider its functionality. Will you use it for exercising or relaxing? Will you have enough space left for other activities or just for the pool? Will you use […]

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3 must-do’s to get the right Woodlands pool builder.

3 must-do’s to get the right Woodlands pool builder.

With all the horror stories going around about pool builders and poor quality pools, I felt it may be helpful to give some tips on what to look for. This has really been weighing on both my self and Roy Burden. (owner of Pools by Design)

There are good, trustworthy pool builders in The Woodlands. How to find them…

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Tips for fall pool maintenance!

Tips for fall pool maintenance!

Even though Fall is just around the corner, not everyone is rushing to pull out their sweaters and boots just yet! In many parts of the world, swimming pools are still being used – even as the leaves begin to change color. There are still many warm days left, and if you have a pool heater, you may be able to use your pool year round. However, the way you care for your pool may change with the change of the seasons from summer to fall. Here are a few tips for you to remember:

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Innovative pool construction in The Woodlands

Innovative pool construction in The Woodlands

[swimming-pool-11] Water pools are one of the most exotic needs of the people these days and that is why people like to have nice pools for their personal use and also for commercial uses. These pools are available in variety of shapes and designs. These pools in Woodlands are more special as they are absolutely good looking. There is no doubt that these pools in Woodlands are at the top of anybody attractive list. These pools are designed by the most expert engineers and they are maintained by excellent people who are trained and skilled to maintain these pools.

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The 411 on Pool Construction in The Woodlands

The 411 on Pool Construction in The Woodlands

[freeform_swimming_pool] If you build a pool at your house in the Woodlands, your friends and family will love spending more time there. Plus, it would be a great way to get over the heat during the summer and your entire family will look forward to that season because of it – especially the kids. So, if you don’t have a pool yet, you should definitely look into pool construction in the Woodlands. It won’t be hard to build one in your backyard and it will even add onto your house’s resale value. Here are several things you need to know.

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The Woodlands pool builder-Leak detection

The Woodlands pool builder-Leak detection

[swimming-pool-leak-detection1] Your pool will naturally lose some water to evaporation, some to splash-out and some to backwash waste water. You may also gain water from rainfall. Pools by design’s rule of thumb is that if you’re routinely adding more than two inches of water to your pool per week, you may have a leak. It is worth spending some time and money to repair.

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