Rebecca Flanigan Becky Flanigan was an English major in college, and now uses those skills when writing freelance articles for PoolCenter.com. Becky enjoys spending time and travelling with her husband, three kids, and two golden retrievers. She spends many happy hours at the family swimming pool, watching the kids and dogs splash and play. She is also an avid gardener and even helps friends landscape and decorate their yards.
When the kids are in the pool splashing around, its easy to smile and be glad that you bought a house that already had a swimming pool. But youre conscious of making that pool run efficiently, and wonder how you can make that pool more eco-friendly by using less energy.
To make a home swimming pool more energy efficient doesnt take a big renovation process. There are a number of cost effective steps which can make the pool work better and use less energy. Here are 5 great ways to make a pool more economical when it comes to energy.
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