With the three-digit temperatures that we experience during summer in Nevada, water is an essential resource. With that said, one of the most desirable amenities in an association is a community pool. For homeowners who do not have or want the option to have a private pool in their yard, purchasing in an HOA with a community pool is an ideal alternative. However, because a pool is a shared and frequently used amenity, the maintenance and upkeep can be very tedious. Not only does the pool need to be maintained during the pool season, it must be regularly drained, cleaned and up to state/city code requirements at all times. Check out 10 quick tips
to keep a community pool in good shape!