Product Spotlight: Diving Spargers

March 7, 2017 | Categories: Blog, Pool Equipment & Systems

Natare sparger systems produce instant mounds of highly aerated water in the diver’s entry area to help prevent injuries and aid in the learning of complicated dives. How It Works: Sparger systems utilize special stainless steel and PVC sparger nozzles (diffusers) that are installed in the pool floor, directly under the diving boards or platforms. […]

Read Full Story »

Top Resort Pools in the United States, (Psst .. Peep #10!)

February 10, 2017 | Categories: Blog

When humidity levels surge and temperatures become unbearable, there’s nothing like a quick swim to cool you off during a business trip or vacation. Throw in scenic views, luxurious accommodations and ingenious design, and the pool becomes more than just a place to cool off. It becomes a destination spot. These amazing U.S. resort pools are must-visits: 1.) Hilton […]

Read Full Story »

Circulation 101: General Tips for Fighting Cloudy Pool Water

February 3, 2017 | Categories: Blog

The dirtiest, most contaminated water in a swimming pool is the top two or three inches. A properly designed swimming pool re-circulation system must skim the top of the water via a continuous overflow lip around the entire edge of the pool. This skimming process ensures that the surface dirt and debris are being removed. […]

Read Full Story »

Water Parks & Water Features: Guidelines to Chemical Feeder Operation

January 18, 2017 | Categories: Blog

The great evolution in recreational aquatics began in the mid- to late-1970s, when water slides began popping up everywhere that a Florida  contractor could pile up a sand hill. Developers were so concerned about building good slides that they paid little attention to matters such as water treatment. Many simply installed a residential-sized filter and let it fly […]

Read Full Story »

Top 10 Collegiate Swimming Pools in the United States

December 12, 2016 | Categories: Blog

We understand what makes an aquatic facility stand above the rest. We have helped build and renovate some of the most celebrated competition pools in the world and have been consistently recognized for our dedication to improving swimming technology. Area, depth, age and technological features are all elements that can contribute to the speed of […]

Read Full Story »

A Quick Guide to Common Pool Problems and Proper Chemical Levels

December 6, 2016 | Categories: Blog

When performing ongoing maintenance for a pool, it’s important to know why you are performing specific operations and why you must maintain various levels of chemical concentration. We have seen an extensive amount of pool problems over the years, but there are definitely some “common pool problems” that are easier to diagnose. Below you will […]

Read Full Story »

5 Stunning Hotel Swimming Pool Views from Around the World:

November 30, 2016 | Categories: Blog

Due to being in the business of making one-of-a-kind pools around the world, we have a deep appreciation for beautiful architecture and awe-inspiring pools designs. We understand the technical challenges that go into designing and constructing a custom pool from scratch- there is no “standard” step-by-step guideline. The success of these projects rely on the inventiveness and expertise of the teams involved. […]

Read Full Story »

How to Design a Commercial Pool in 5 Easy Steps

November 14, 2016 | Categories: Blog

Building a new commercial pool requires a tremendous amount of planning and pool design knowledge. You have to think about costs, the surrounding environment, safety codes, programming requirements and the needs of a diverse variety of guests. For an individual who is inexperienced with pool design, the amount of planning involved can be daunting, which […]

Read Full Story »

Pool Renovation 101: 4 Major Things to Consider

October 23, 2016 | Categories: Blog, Pool Equipment & Systems

  Maximize your budget by making the most effective and cost-efficient updates to your pool facility. We know the cost for construction of a brand new aquatic facility has greatly increased in recent years. Facility owners, managers and operators are balancing budget constraints while trying to keep their facilities up-to-date. The solution is renovating existing […]

Read Full Story »

Say No to Concrete: Top 5 Reasons to Choose a Stainless Steel Pool

October 11, 2016 | Categories: Blog

“Why should I choose a stainless steel pool instead of concrete?” is a common question we get in our industry. Stainless steel pools offer a wide array of advantages in the building and maintenance process. Below, you will find the top five reasons why stainless steel pools are the preferred material when planning new pool […]

Read Full Story »

This Year’s Top 6 Trends in Pool & Spa Design

October 3, 2016 | Categories: Blog

Here at Natare, we find that stainless steel gives our clients the most design freedom when customizing their pool or spa. If you are looking for some inspiration for a new top of the line pool or spa for your residence or aquatic facility, you have come to the right place. The items below list some of the […]

Read Full Story »

Going Green with Your Pool: A Natural Way to Cool Off

September 23, 2016 | Categories: Blog

The first natural swimming pools were built in the early 1980s in Austria and continue to be very popular in Europe. Though the U.S. has been very slow to catch on to this trend, due to a national obsession with cleanliness, self-sustaining “green” pools are finally making their way to residential and commercial environments. In […]

Read Full Story »

Top Pool Design Trends of 2016

June 30, 2016 | Categories: Blog

Are you planning a new pool installation and need some fresh ideas? To all my trendsetters out there, here are some pool designs you will be seeing a lot of in 2016. Fire & Water What can we say… opposites attract. Today’s most-talented designers are integrating fire and water bowls, tiki torches, fire troughs, and […]

Read Full Story »

Factors of a Fast Competition Pool

June 27, 2016 | Categories: Blog

It may sound like a strange topic to those of us who like to enjoy our pool time on a floaty, but there are “fast” and “slow” pools in the world of competitive swimming. If you ask any swimmer you know, they will come up with multiple reasons for swimming faster or slower than usual… some […]

Read Full Story »

11 Pools You Need to Jump in Before You Die…Except #5 Which is Terrifying

June 23, 2016 | Categories: Blog

1.) Marina Bay Sands in Singapore This rooftop infinity pool isn’t for those who suffer from acrophobia (fear of heights), but it does offer stunning views of Singapore’s skyline. At a whopping 57 floors high, this engineering masterpiece is known as being the highest swimming pool in the world. 2.) Hanging Gardens Ubud Hotel in […]

Read Full Story »
Back to Top