There are many different ways that people can keep up with all of their swimming pool maintenance. It doesn’t have to be a difficult task, but you want to make sure that you are well educated on the matter so that you are able to efficiently and effectively maintain your swimming pool.
Swimming Pool Chemicals
Craig Cohen, owner of Treasure Pools and Services Inc. share that “the most important thing with a new, and even older swimming pool, is keeping your chemicals balanced. If you are able to keep up with this your finish will last a lot longer, you will not have to redo your pool as often and the chemicals will also maintain the correct water chemistry.” These things can get kind of difficult, but can also be very simple if maintained and up kept properly. You want to make sure to check and balance everything once a month. Treasure Pools hires a chemical company that comes to your house for a free 30-day trial. He educated the homeowners and makes sure that everything is completely balanced correctly from the beginning. Additionally, you want to always keep your chemicals out of the sun and in a cool, dry place. DO NOT store acid and chlorine right next to each other either.
Swimming Pool Debris
Another tip that Craig shares is about the importance of skimming your pool. Even if your pool is protected, debris always seems to find its way. This debris will float for a while, but eventually will break down and sink to the bottom of the pool. If this builds up, it cannot only look unappealing for swimmers, but also can cause damage to the pool.
Contact Treasure Pools and Services for additional tips on how to keep your swimming pool in the best shape all year round.