Doing Maintenance The Right Way

A Guide to Pool Maintenance

It is not really that difficult to keep your swimming pool clean. When talking about a pool’s preservation needs, it will depend on the kind of pool you have. Frequent, routine care is necessary for a healthy and clean swimming pool. It is important to have a pool maintenance guide if you want to prevent issues before doing anything. Doing regular pool maintenance will free you from anything that will cause annoyance and emergency trips to the store for supplies. Even if you decide to hire a professional for cleaning your pool, there are still some important things that you need to do to ensure that your pool is in good condition all the time.

Below are some guidelines for pool maintenance.

During the summer, it is beneficial if you observe your pool chemistry at least twice a week and during the winter at least once a week. A winterized pool will not need to be tested during the winter months. Remember that algae and bacteria can still grow even when it is cold outside. Your pool should be shocked every 6 weeks or so during months.

Once every month, check the water level and adjust as required. Make sure that the water level is at the middle of the skimmer. A very high water level will not help the water circulate and move.

There should be regular scrubbing of walls and tiles. If you want to eliminate algae, then you need to scrub your walls regularly. You can have money savings if your tiles are always clean. The places where you can find the most algae is on your walls and steps. Be sure to keep your walls and steps clean.

Replace all broken or misplaced drains and suction supplies. This is something you should do if you want a well maintained swimming pool. If there is a suction side leak at the pump, you are sucking air into the system. To verify this, run the equipment and look at the after coming out of your water lines. If there are a lot of air bubbles, there may be excessive air getting into the system Your pump can dry dry and freeze if too much air gets into the system. You will need to replace this and it can be very expensive.

The pH level should not go above 8.0. Keep the pH in check so that you can use the maximum potential of the chlorine contained in the pool. Below 7.2 pH, the chlorine will not longer be as effective. Even if you add more chlorin, you will not benefit from it in the same way. This results in throwing away money.

Looking On The Bright Side of Maintainers

Looking On The Bright Side of Maintainers