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Posts Tagged ‘pool care’

August 2, 2019

The Value of Shocking Your Pool Water

Of course you should add shock when pool water has a problem, but there are benefits to using it more routinely. In this video, we look at the value of shocking your pool water.

Shock to Remove Contaminants

Pool shocks perform a vital function in pool care by immediately raising chlorine levels, removing contaminants and clearing up cloudy water.

Destroy Organic Contaminants

Organic contaminants are things like perspiration, suntan lotions, hair sprays, body oils, urine, pet dander, and cosmetics. They also may come from the environment.

Shocking your pool water is a needed step for proper pool maintenance. Shocks or oxidizers chemically destroy these organic contaminants, remove combined chlorine, and help restore water clarity.

Isn’t Shocking Just for When Your Water has a Problem?

No! Shocking should be part of your pool maintenance. While it does help with troubleshooting, when part of a routine it removes contaminants that cause cloudy water and helps keep the water crystal clear and sparkling.

June 26, 2019

Keeping the Water in Your Pool

It’s hot, and the water in your pool may be evaporating. This is where water conservation comes into play during the heat of the summer.

Did you know a well maintained and cared for pool can conserve more water than watering a lawn of the same size! Yet, during the heat of summer, you want to conserve water in your pool to keep your water bills from skyrocketing.

Let’s look at keeping the water in your pool. (more…)

July 26, 2018

Water Care: Taking Care of a High pH

It’s important to maintain the pH balance in your swimming pool. Chemical balance is key to a healthy, clean pool. Chlorine keeps algae and bacteria at bay, while other chemicals keep the pH levels of your pool’s water balanced.

Let’s look at water care and taking care of a high pH.


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