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From Creepy to Creative: Halloween Pool Decorating

Halloween Decorations

Halloween is an exciting time of the year for children and adults alike. Sunny’s Pools & More in Michigan loves to share how you can decorate your pool for Halloween. Decorate your in ground or above ground pool or hot tub for Halloween. Incorporate your pool or hot tub into your Halloween themed event in a way that will wow your guests.

Here are some of our ideas:

Red Pit of Hell

Drained your pool already? Add red lights at the bottom of the pool. Your pool will resemble a red pit of Hell. If you want to make it over the top, a smoke machine in combination with the lights will really put it over the top.

Bloody Pool

Add a chemical dye that will make your pool red. Also, not only will swimmers enjoy swimming in fake blood, but it is completely safe to use and non-staining.

Suspenseful Fog

Add a fog machine that will dispense fog over the pool. This will give your yard a suspenseful look. This is always a popular option with the kids.

Ancient Fun

One or two skeletons will set your party off. Place one or two skeletons in or around your pool. If you are really going for a spooky look, add some cobwebs to make the skeletons appear as if they have been there for a long time. The skeletons can go on flotation devices in the pool, patio chairs or just lounge poolside.

Hot Tub of Doom For Halloween

Make your hot tub or Jacuzzi look satanic by placing candles all around it and adding red pool dye. Your hot tub will look like a boiling pot of blood within minutes with your new accessories. Stop by any of your local Sunny’s locations for more tips on how to decorate your hot tub or pool for the holidays!

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Reposted From 2014

How to Open Your Pool in 5 Steps

The weather is finally warming up here in Macomb Michigan and you’ve got summer pool time on the brain. Getting ready to open your pool for the summer defines the change in season for pool owners. Most people in Livonia and Westland want to have their pool open for Memorial Day, but others may open theirs sooner, or even a little later. Regardless of when you decide to open your pool for your family to enjoy, there are still proper ways of going about it. But do you know all the necessary steps to summerize your pool? You may be asking yourself “How do I open my pool for Summer?”. Whether you’re a  new pool owner or someone who would just like some refreshing, Viscount West is here to help!

How to Open Your Pool for Summer

Properly cleaning your pool allows for a clean and safe swimming environment for you and your family. We have broken down for you, how to open your pool this spring.

  1. Uncovering the pool

    – You may have noticed that over the winter your pool cover has  Open Your Poolaccumulated debris water from melting snow or rain. First, clean off any debris that may be on the top of your pool cover then we recommend checking for any holes or damage to your cover. If you have a hole in your cover don’t drain your pool. You can either use a submersible pump or, if you have an above ground pool, use a siphon to get as much water off of the cover as possible. After all water is drained, you can remove the pool cover. Be sure to clean and dry it before you store it so mold does not accumulate.

  2. Fill up your pool

    – when you winterized your pool; you should have drained some water from it. Using a hose, bring the water levels back up to their normal level. You will want to make sure to remove winterizing equipment or plugs and reconnect your pool equipment. If you used antifreeze to protect the plumbing you will want to make sure you drain it. Turn on your filtration system.

  3. Cleaning and balancing your pool

    – You may notice some ugly stains have built up on your pool liner. Add Metal Free to the water and allow 2 hours of circulation. After several hours, check the chemical levels of your pool. If you need to get your water tested come to your local Viscount. We are currently running a special on our water tests. The levels should be at

  • pH – 7.4 to 7.6
  • Alkalinity – 80 to 120 ppm
  • Chlorine – 2.0 to 4.0 ppm

If you need help balancing your pool’s levels, let us help. We’ll make sure to give you the best pool chemicals you’ll need for de-winterizing your pool. Our team of experts can point you in the right direction!

  1. Brush and vacuum your pool

    – Once you have added and allowed the chemicals to activate, you will want to vacuum and brush the algae that has accumulated. You will want to pay close attention to the details to ensure that you are getting your pool as clean as possible.

  2. Shock your pool

    – After allowing the filtration system to work overnight; you will want to shock your pool to remove the remaining bacteria.

If at any point you would like to make sure you water is at its proper levels, bring a water sample into your nearest Sunny’s Pools & More location. We will assist you in finding pool chemicals that you need to ensure your water is safe and ready to be enjoyed! We have been serving the Macomb, Livonia, Flatrock, and Monroe long enough to know the best way to service your pool needs. For all your pool and spa needs, choose Sunny’s Pools!

Labor Day Sale!

*Revision note 2017: Viscount West is now Sunny’s Pools & More*

THIS PROMOTION HAS EXPIRED

Viscount Monroe no longer has Billiards, refer to Waterford as clearance center for Tables.

 

If you want to experience the biggest sale in Michigan on pools, hot tubs, or spas this is an event you wont want to miss! We need to get rid of our overstock and we need your help!

We have pools up to 50% off, up to $2000 off Emerald Spa overstock, plus so much more!

As you prepare to close your pool for winter, save 25% on winter pool covers! There is so much to take advantage of at our annual Labor Day only sale!

  • Flat Rock location only

  • One day only

  • Monday- September 1, 2014- Labor Day

labor-day-saleBe sure to check out the other great deals going on this month!