A clear pool does not mean healthy pool!

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Swimming pools require routine maintenance and chemicals to ensure the water stays crystal clear and healthy.  We recommend customers to come in once a month for a professional water test, but we do have the odd customer who has come in for the first time later in the season because they have a water issue that they can’t figure out.  Their reason for not coming in sooner was that the pool was clear all summer, so they didn’t think they needed to bother us.

It is not bothering us to test your water, it is what we are here for.  

We want to ensure that your pool water is healthy for all the swimmers in your pool.  To do that, we need to see you before there is a problem and tweak the pool as needed so it doesn’t turn on you.

Waiting until there is an issue with the pool can cost you more money than if you were properly maintaining it and having it checked by a professional on a regular basis.

Just because the pool appears clear, does not mean the pool is a healthy place to swim.  Should your sanitizer reading drop below its ideal range your pool can turn on you very quickly.  The balancing chemicals tested monthly also help to make your sanitizer work more efficiently.

So even if your pool water appears clear, be sure you have it tested on a regular basis and speak to your pool professional about your routine maintenance, brushing, vacuuming, and skimming the pool in conjunction with your weekly chemical maintenance to have your pool sparkling all season long.

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