Once you’ve made the decision to buy a stock tank, you’ll need a few things to keep your pool clean and clear. For about $100, you can buy these four essential items for your stock tank pool.Read More
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Fellow Nashvillians and all around brilliant creatives over at Hey Wanderer recently published a great blog post and Youtube video about setting up their DIY stock tank pool. It's a solid in-depth read with some good tips on what to look out for when installing your own stock tank pool. They even get into the differences between pond pumps and pool pump filters. Our only other recommendation is to consider the Intex surface skimmer (plus pump filter) to help remove larger debris.
Here's the link to their DIY stock tank pool blog post. Their video is below. Enjoy!
Summer is here and as temperatures rise, so does the need to cool off! Stock tanks pools are a great way to have your very own pool for a fraction of the cost of in-ground pools while looking more attractive than above-ground pools. If you've been thinking about getting a stock tank pool for your home, you've come to the right place to learn more! Stock tank pools have been covered a lot lately and there are some great articles and blog posts out there, including this article from Country Living: