A truly wise engineer once stated that “If it is a battle with water, water always wins.” Since there is such an on-going battle, it is good to consider the wisdom of military experts. Their fundamental rule is that, “The best offense is a good defense”. For indoor pools of all kinds, this translates to a basic element of natatorium construction: Vapor Barriers. They are not only essential. They are critical.
So many sayings from our grandparents come to mind when thinking about maintenance. “A stitch in time” really does “save nine” and “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure”. A maintenance routine and schedule carefully observed saves time and money in many ways.
In 1964, Epting Distributors Inc. was started as a small, family owned distributorship serving HVAC contractors in South Carolina, Georgia, and North Carolina.
Today, three generations of family ownership have grown Epting Distributors to 11 different branches serving countless dealers and mechanical contractors in South Carolina, North Carolina and eastern Georgia.
Bidding a project is time consuming and stressful. Clients frequently use 6-10 bidders on each project. This is often due to company policy. “Behind-the-scenes” politics may come into play when a company calls for bids knowing that a firm has been pre-selected. Contractors cannot control these factors. The choice to present the best possible bid is always good business and a choice towards success.
Selecting the lowest price is a tempting way in which to choose a contractor for a project. Far too often, it is the determining factor. While price is an important consideration, the bidding process has other pertinent variables.
We are now offering customers a choice between fluid coolers and CTS Cooling Towers to provide the cooling option for many of our systems. CTS Cooling Towers offer several advantages:
The Mystery of Pool Perfume Featured
Indoor pools certainly have air quality issues. Most notably: the infamous “chlorine smell” of the pool room itself. The first and most accepted method used to address this problem involves diluting the air with fresh air from outside of the contaminated area. In other cases, attempts are being made to install a return air vent at deck level to draw off the offending air particles.
Neither of these solutions actually addresses the root of the problem. Why does it exist at all? How can it be properly addressed with the least cost? These intriguing questions, when answered sufficiently, can turn around one of the most frustrating pool complaints.