Are you looking to shock your hot tub less and use less chlorine?

We’re now retailers for the FROG @ease® Floating System !

This modern system uses fresh mineral water and easy to use equipment so that you can work less and relax more! We’d like to share this quick video so that you can learn more about the FROG @ease benefits:

To recap: you can look forward to using up to 75% less chlorine and monitoring your hot tub less frequently.

We welcome you to stop by our retail store:

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We’re excited to discuss the product features more and show you around!

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CPO Class, April 9th – 10th 2019

CPO® certification course:  April 9th – 10th 2019, Durham
Registration Form CPO April 2019 Blog
David Boyce, with over 20 years of industry experience, leads our 2-Day CPO® certification course which is designed to provide individuals with the basic knowledge, techniques, and skills of pool and spa operations.

  • The certification is valid for 5 years
  • Widely accepted by local and state authorities
  • Instructor is NSPF certified
  • The certification Is recognized nationally and internationally
  • Provides a better understanding of the operator’s role in pool care, management and risk reduction
  • Proven educational tool
  • Covers topics necessary for pool operators including a section for local and state codes
  • Comprehensive handbook that is updated regularly
  • The program is now eligible for IACET Continuing Education Units

 

We also offer CPO® Certification Blended Training.

Atlantic Solutions Is Hiring

Atlantic Solutions is a locally family owned and operated business here in Chatham County.

We currently have a position available that we would like to find local and dependable individuals to fill.  Please let us know if you have anyone that you feel would be a candidate to hire.

All of our available positions include competitive pay, vacation accrual, paid Holidays (9), employer contribution to health insurance and HSA savings account, retirement programs with employer matching, paid training and certification classes, and more.

Service Technician

This position works on all things involving swimming pool repair, renovation, equipment installation, and other tasks associated in servicing our client’s needs.   This position requires an applicant who is physically capable of performing tasks associated with construction repair and renovation oriented activities.   We are willing to teach applicants the skill set that will provide them with a solid foundation for a rewarding profession.   Paid training is an integral part of this position.   This position requires a clean driving record and background check.

If you feel you have a potential candidate who may take advantage of this opportunity, please contact us at our office number listed above or call Brian Taylor, General Manager, directly at 919-880-1912 or email at briant@asncinc.com

 

How to protect your swimming pool equipment from freeze damage

When temperatures are supposed to start dropping and freezing conditions are sticking around, it is time to protect your equipment!

Freeze damage can be rather costly.  Especially when there is water leakage as pictured above.

Here are things you can do to protect your equipment:

Protect your pool equipment by being prepared to take the following steps:

  1. Consider installing a freeze protection device on your commercial pool equipment – these devices register the temperature of the water in the plumbing line and turn equipment on when there is a potential for freezing temperatures. The switch also can be set to turn off once the temperature rises above freezing. The general idea is that moving/circulating water tends to keep from freezing.
  2. If you intend on shutting off your equipment, make sure that you open the drain plugs and allow the water to drain from it – turning it off does not simply solve the problem. Equipment including pumps, filters, heaters, etc. is equipped with drain plugs to allow for the equipment to be drained.
  3. If your commercial pool equipment does freeze over but has not burst, allow it to thaw completely before you start it again.
  4. If freezing is becoming a continuous issue in your pump room, take steps to allow for some amount of heating to occur or take steps to insulate the space to help prevent extended durations of freezing temperatures.
  5. Pay particular attention to backflow prevention devices that are typically installed off of you waterline feed into your pump room – they can create a huge mess if allowed to freeze and burst.
  6. If you can’t drain your commercial pool equipment and you have no other choice but to try to make it through an extended period of freezing temperatures, at least leave your equipment running. Contrary to some people’s thinking, it is not advisable to shut your system down.

Two-Day CPO Class Certified Pool Operator® Course – January 29th – 30th 2019

CPO® certification course:  January 29th, – 30th 2019 , Chapel Hill
CPO Form for Blog Jan 2019
David Boyce, with over 20 years of industry experience, leads our 2-Day CPO® certification course which is designed to provide individuals with the basic knowledge, techniques, and skills of pool and spa operations.

  • The certification is valid for 5 years
  • Widely accepted by local and state authorities
  • Instructor is NSPF certified
  • The certification Is recognized nationally and internationally
  • Provides a better understanding of the operator’s role in pool care, management and risk reduction
  • Proven educational tool
  • Covers topics necessary for pool operators including a section for local and state codes
  • Comprehensive handbook that is updated regularly
  • The program is now eligible for IACET Continuing Education Units

 

We also offer CPO® Certification Blended Training.

How to Prepare Your Swimming Pool for a Hurricane

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During this hurricane talk, you’re probably securing your swimming pool furniture and equipment.  But, what about the swimming pool itself? How should you prepare it for a hurricane or any type of storm? Here are a few tips:

  • Keep your swimming pools full: Heavy rain could potentially demolish an empty pool. If your pool is going to be empty, release your hydrostatic valve or pull them. Read more here about Swimming Pool Hydrostatic Pressure Problems and Solutions https://wp.me/p5zQgm-2n
  • Practice preventive maintenance for algae and debris buildup
  • Turn off your pumps if debris clogs the skimmers and/or main drains
  • Use caution in your pump rooms. These areas could be subject to the predicted flooding which could lead to electrical shock.