A Guide to Pool Cue Rugs

Using pools in your backyard as part of the family recreational area or as an alternative entertainment center can be a great way to add fun, whimsy and relaxation to your life. If you’ve never built a pool before, I would suggest that you first take a little bit of a look around at some of the different types of pool building materials that are available on the market today. If you know anyone who has some experience in constructing pools, you should ask them about some of their tips and suggestions so that you can begin to learn about how to design your backyard area to fit seamlessly with one another.

Pools And Cue: What A Mistake!

What you should be looking for when it comes to creating a new pool or renovating an existing one, is a combination of different types of materials that will create an overall “poolscape” type feel and motif. One of the most popular options on the market at the moment is a combination of stone, concrete and biochar. Biotrophic microbes (which is what the bacteria in the mixture will cause to multiply) will feed on organic material and help to break down hard surfaces such as concrete in order to create long-lasting and beautiful pool surface designs. The problem that many people run into when they are trying to use natural materials (such as stone) in large-scale projects like this is that the natural stones tend to break down and degrade over time and require more maintenance than some of the other pool construction materials on the market today.

Fortunately, there have been many advancements in the pool cue industry in the past decade. Most notably, new materials such as nylon along with synthetic rubber materials have been developed which are extremely durable and can keep up with the consistent beating of a pool cue over time. Another option that has become popular in recent years is the introduction of a new technological material known as biochar. Biotrophic microbes will grow in the highly oxygenated and hot environment created by the presence of a pool cue in its plastic encasement. This new material works to make the perfect pool cue rug, because it creates the right conditions for the growth of the most beautiful and durable bacterial ecosystem ever created in a swimming pool.