Keep your pool clean, in working order, by employing the proper maintenance and using the correct chemicals.
Keeping your pool balanced means that you are working to maintain the water’s pH balance with chemicals. Sodium hypochlorite will raise the pool’s pH while granular acid will lower it. It is important to test the water’s balance once a week. You should also provide additional treatment for your pool following a storm, intense heat or growing algae. Chlorine, bromine and algaecide keep the pool water safe.
There are additional chemicals you must add to the pool to kill things like algae and bacteria and chlorine is the most popular. It comes in the form of liquid, tablets and a powdery substance. The tablets are often a better choice because they dissolve slowly over time and do not require much maintenance.
Skim the surface of the water two or three times a week, pick up leaves, debris and large pieces of dirt, brush down your tiles and sides of the pool regularly.
Pool Vacuum System
Your pool’s vacuum system must be emptied and examined for maintenance on a regular basis since it picks up many of the items you either do not see or cannot reach. Check this regularly to ensure debris don’t lodge and destroy the vacuum. Call us for more details on services and products. We are your one stop shop for pool chemicals.