Algae can be an expensive and time consuming problem to fix in pools. There are many different types of algae including blue-green, yellow, black and more.
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The ability of a generator to perform at optimum levels is dependent on the cell maintaining clean clear grids.
There are many causes of cloudy water, such as: improper filtration, heavy non-living organic waste, unbalanced water chemistry and more.
Water discoloration is often caused by metals in pool and spa water.
According to the US Department of Energy, 70% of total energy loss in a pool (both indoor and outdoor) is due to evaporation.
Maintaining a chlorine residual is an important part of water chemistry, however, this may not be as easy as it sounds.
One of the most common concerns with pool owners is the presence of skin and eye irritations while swimming.
An important part to any swimming pool is the filtration system. As hard as we try it is almost unavoidable to have dirt and debris enter the pool water.
Phosphates in pool water can cause a variety of water quality issues, including cloudiness and increased time spent on maintenance.
A waterline ring occurs in a pool or spa when there is a high amount of non-living organic waste that has not been oxidized.
Scale found in pools and spas, is usually characterized as that ugly and rough, chalk-like build up that often occurs along the waterline.
Staining in pools can be very challenging to prevent or remove because there is a lot of confusion as to what actually caused the stain.