Brush Pesky Algae and Bacteria Away

Brush Pesky Algae and Bacteria Away
Algae and bacteria can start to grow around steps and corners of swimming pools. Brush these areas at least once a week to help keep the entire pool clean.
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Keep Your Filter Filtering

Keep Your Filter Filtering
The industry standard for filter cleaning is that when the filter gauge shows a pressure five to ten pounds higher than a “clean” pressure, it’s time to clean the filter. All filters work by forcing water through a porous media, which traps the larger particles. When the filter media is clean, the water passes easily through, and the gauge pressure is lower. As debris is caught in the media, it’s ...
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Test the Waters (of Your Pool)

Test the Waters (of Your Pool)
Residential customers should test the water and make adjustments NO LESS than once a week (the more often, the better). The sanitizer in a swimming pool makes it safe for the swimmers. The pH and other chemical balances keep the pool system in good shape.
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Balance Your Pool Filter & Chemistry for Clarity

Balance Your Pool Filter & Chemistry for Clarity
Pool water clarity is dependent on two things: the effectiveness of the filter and the chemical balance in the pool. The pool’s filter provides 85% of the water clarity, and the chemicals used to treat the pool add the other 15%. Chemicals or filters alone cannot keep a pool clear. If the filter media is old it may need replacing. If the pool “balance” is wrong it needs fixing. A D.E. filter may n...
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