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    HI everyone. First time pool and homeowner in South Florida

    Hi all, I am a first time pool owner that already feels a bit overwhelmed with the amount to learn about taking care of my investment. I do not want to pay someone to take care of my pool, so I am going to do my best. How hard can it be?

    I'll post my first real "problem" in another thread...
    New pool owner Located in South Florida - 15k gallon screened in Concrete pool, with "flow over" spa. More info to follow...

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    Re: HI everyone. First time pool and homeowner in South Florida

    Hello and welcome to TFP!
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    Re: HI everyone. First time pool and homeowner in South Florida

    Welcome! There will be plenty of friendly advice here every step of the way so you won't get overwhelmed. I have to say that you'll find that people do things different than others at times but I find everyone to be very respectful of slight differences in the way people operate their pools. Probably one of the reasons this site is so active with tons of great info.
    Inground, vinyl liner, 16 x 32 (approx. 21k gallons), roman end w/ bench, 2 Jandy LEG lights
    Pump: Jandy Flopro, 1.5 hp Heater: Raypak, 266k btu (P-R266-A-EN-C; nat gas) Filter: Jandy C340 (cartridge filter)

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