Salt Water Pools continue to grow in popularity year over year. Have you ever considered switching over to one of these pool systems? If so, here we share how beneficial these systems can be in the long run. In general, saltwater pools are easier to manage once you learn the system. The best attribute of these sort of pools is that they do not support algae. Therefore, this means that there is less time spent cleaning or dealing with typical algae-related problems.
Additionally, these pools help to cut back in costs and maintenance. A saltwater sanitizing system allows the salt in the water to turn into chlorine, minus the taste and odor, at a lower cost. Just imagine…none of your guests will have red eyes after they’re done swimming while you can be more cost efficient. According to Craig Cohen owner of Treasure Pools, 95% of new pool owners are going with this salt sanitizing system.
One common myth that people tend to this is that saltwater pools need a direct line to saltwater. This is false. There is some confusion with whether or not the swimming pool is actually turned into a saltwater pool. The answer is that all swimming pools are freshwater and the sanitizing system is what actually changes the water. There is a rarity that if your house is on the ocean and you can directly take the water from the ocean to your pool, then you can have an actual ‘salt water pool’. However, a lot of people have the misconception that by having a saltwater system that your pool is salt water and that is not the case.
All-in-all, the best salt water pools are designed to be a safer, healthier option for homeowners. Stop by the Treasure Pools showroom today to learn how you can turn your existing or new pool into a saltwater one!