It cannot be denied a clean pool is a safer pool. There are many reasons for that and the pool contractors from Seahorse Pools in Fort Worth, Texas explain. Clean water is free of bacteria. Clean water is also clear water — no one wants to swim in murky water, right?
Also, there is nothing that can put a damper on a good time than pulling back the pool cover and being greeted by green or brown or yellow pool water. Yuck! If you’re planning a pool party and are greeted with that, you need to tell your guests that the pool part of the pool party is off. Keeping up with pool maintenance will help ensure the pool water is bacteria-free and ready for swimming and that is no matter if you’re a DIY pool maintenance person or if you hire us to do the task for you.
If you’re DIY with the pool upkeep you may find you forget when you last tested the water. When did you last turn on the pump and filter? Did you even remember to vacuum it the last time you did clean it? When you work with a pool contractor he will ensure all those tasks are taken care of for you. If you want to DIY it, you may want to It’s natural to forget to clean and sanitize a pool, but you have to keep in mind that if the water is dirty, it can also be dangerous to swim in.
A clean pool is a safer pool
Don’t jump into the pool unless you’re sure it’s clean and free of bacteria. Even if the water isn’t discolored, it could unsafe to swim in because you can’t see bacteria. Before you and your loved ones jump into the water make sure you test the water chemistry and ensure it’s properly balanced.
:ife gets in the way and it can be easy to forget pool maintenance; Seahorse Pools & Spas is committed to making sure your swimming pool water is in perfect condition.
Cloudy or algae filled water can be avoided by using proper filtration devices, pumps, circulation and the removal of:
- Pollen and spores
- Organic materials
Be diligent in the skimming of debris from the pool water before it hits the bottom of the pool. Give us a call at our Fort Worth location at 817-244-1310 for more information.