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  • Tips to design your swimming pool

    T&C PoolsTown & Country Pool Builders, serving DC, Maryland & Virginia offer pool design tips Designing a swimming pool is a part of the process that can either be overwhelming or thrilling — depending on how much research you’ve done, how well you know yourself and your family’s needs and wants ... Read more
  • Plan for your 2016 swimming pool project

    T&C PoolsTown & Country Pool Builders, serving Virginia, Maryland & DC offer top ten checklist for 2016 pool ownership 2016 is coming more quickly than you can imagine and when you’re planning to be a swimming pool owner in 2016, there is no time like the present to begin researching and ... Read more
  • Extend your pool season

    T&C Pools Town & Country Pool Builders offer ideas on ways to extend your swimming pool season  Snow may not be flying, but it may be a bit too chilly for you to think about jumping into the swimming pool and having a pool party, but even if your pool is closed ... Read more
  • Renovate your pool for eco-friendliness

    T&C PoolsTown & Country Pool Builders, serving Virginia, DC & Maryland offer eco-friendly renovation ideas  Swimming pools can be both eco-and environmentally friendly and if you let your pool contractor from Town & Country Pools know that is one of your aims in your pool renovation project, he can help you make ... Read more
  • Benefits of swimming pool covers

    T&C PoolsTown & Country Pool Builders in Maryland extol the benefits of swimming pool covers Swimming pool covers, the pool contractors from Town & Country Pool builders, shouldn’t be considered a pool accessory, it should be considered a pool necessity and it should be part of the overall swimming pool construction ... Read more
  • Can you have a pool if you have a small yard?

    T&C PoolsMaryland, Virginia & DC pool contractors explain how to have a pool if you have a small yard If you have a small yard, does that mean you can’t have a swimming pool? The swimming pool contractors from Town & Country Pools say the answer is a resounding, “no.” If you ... Read more
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