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  1. We had a vinyl-liner in-ground pool built when in our house in Toronto and we loved it. Like the fiberglass pool surface, nothing sticks to the vinyl so it is extremely easy to keep clean. Also, the vinyl surface is easy on the feet, equipment, and swimsuits. I despise the smell of chlorine so the salt chlorinator was mandatory. I would recommend you to build a vinyl pool since: 1) Vinyl swimming pool liners are the less expensive choice. 2) The vinyl liner is vacuumed into the pool structure for the best fit and finish 3) They have an easier swimming pool maintenance. 4) Less costly and less time-consuming repairs. 5) Almost any design is possible in vinyl pools. 6) It’s hard to beat the warranties 7) Today’s vinyl liners are available in much thicker vinyl and UV protection is better than ever. 8 ) Vinyl liner construction offers larger swimming pools over fiberglass designs. Regular maintenance is important for swimming pool and if you think it needs more assistance don't hesitate to call a pool maintenance company. The only disadvantage that I found was: The vinyl liner in the swimming pool can become very slippery if the chemistry is not kept correct.
  2. I have heard that salt water pools can cause some health issues. Is that true? We are getting hard water here in Toronto. And I had faced some difficulties with hard water and with the help of Toronto plumber's, I installed a softener system and now I am interested in building a pool. Is salt water pool a good option? Does it have the same feature as that of a hard water content? As a salt pool user, did you face any difficulties? I came to know that that salt water pools require a high initial investment than traditional pools. I think it needs experience technicians for minor problems. Salt has a property to damage the certain materials, so its flow will affect masonry work. So, how is it possible? During searches, I found that salt water chlorinators, generators and cells are expensive. Can you give me a reply?
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    Oh it was an informative session. Thank you
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