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    New guy on the block

    I am a newbie here and new to pools. I'm an old timer, retired military a long time ago. Just bought a new house with a pool... have never had to maintain a pool before. Have been doing the best I could for the past month and finally found this forum. Will be in school, Pool School, for a while. Just ordered the recommended pool test kit. Have been using the strip test method for the past month and think it is time to get serious about maintaining my pool. Found the web site " The Pool Calculator" so hope it will also help me get it right. Thanks in advance for answering my questions. Ron, Cape Coral, FL

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    Re: New guy on the block

    With this site, pool school, and the test're off and running. Welcome.
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    Re: New guy on the block

    Hey, Ron,

    Welcome to the forum . just like woodyp said, you're off to a great start. You'll find everyone on this forum started exactly as you and will help in any way they can.
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    Re: New guy on the block

    Hi, Ron and welcome to the forum

    You are off to a great start!

    Got a pic of your new pool for us to see?
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    Welcome to TFP!

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