7 steps to keeping your pool crystal clear and Blue

7 steps to keeping your pool crystal clear and Blue

1. Water Circulation:
Properly providing adequate water circulation throughout the pool. If the pool pump is not working properly or the pool filter is not big enough or not in good repair, there will be constant problems with the pool.

2. Proper Water Balance:
Keeping the pool water balanced is a crucial requirement to having a clear swimming pool and protecting your investment. It is vital that the pool has enough sanitizer to prevent algae growth and that the pH, Alkalinity, and Calcium Hardness are balanced in order to prevent damage to the pool equipment and pool surface.

3. A Clean Filter:
Without a clean filter, there won't be enough water circulation, which of course is number 1 on the list. Make it a routine to clean the filter.

4.Water Level:
Many swimming pool have leaks that lead to a constant struggle with keeping the water level high enough. If the water level gets too low, the pool pump will start drawing water, leading to insufficient filtration and water circulation.

5. Filter Run Time:
Make sure the pool equipment is running for enough time each day. Most average size residential swimming pools should run for a minimum of 6 to 8 hours a day.

6.Brush pool side walls,steps and tiled surfaces weekly to keep algae from having a place to grow.

7. Vacuum and remove leaves,dirt and debris from the bottom and surface of the water weekly to keep organic debris from forming into algae.

All seven of the above tips are interrelated and work together. It only takes one of them to be out of line in order for the swimming pool to start having problems. Maintaing these five steps will insure your pool is crystal clear. Let Snagadeal take the hassel of pool maintenance away and insure that your pool is working and looking it's best.

On each visit we will carry out and record details of the swimming pool water testing/treatment and a log is kept on site.

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Posted in Pool Maintenance and Tips

Published on 01/04/2015 00:00:00
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