When it comes to swimming in your Myrtle Beach pool water, it is imperative to understand that your tap water does not equal your pool water! There’s much that has to be done to treat your swimming pool water in order to make it safe and healthy for you and your family. Some of the tests needed will be to check for alkalinity levels, as well as the calcium hardness. It is necessary to sequester the various minerals and metals in the water and something known as a stabilizer will need to be added to the water to ensure that the chlorine stays in and does its job. Finally, the pH balance in the water has to be checked frequently to determine how much chlorine is needed. Treating New Water In Your Myrtle Beach Pool One thing that is often forgotten is that you must treat any new pool water that gets added. This means if the pool overflows, gets a lot of rainwater or if the water level gets low and more new water is added. All new water has to be treated! Failing to do this will result in the plaster being damaged or stained, equipment being damaged and also it can cause algae to grow and the water to be unsafe. Any time you have 10-12 inches of water added or replaced, new treatment should be done. Pets In Pools A few things about dogs in pools. First of all, yes it is ok to let your pet swim in the pool. You should understand, however, that you’ll need to pay more attention to cleaning out the...
I think we all dream of having a swimming pool at some point or another, but swimming pool cleaning isn’t something we think about nearly as much. Today’s pools are more affordable than ever and the options are endless. When it comes to the dog days of summer, it’s hard to resist jumping in for a swim! If you do decide to take the plunge and get a pool in your backyard, then you need to be prepared for the cleaning and maintenance that will come with it. Swimming pool cleaning is a very necessary part of that maintenance plan and should be done regularly and properly to keep your pool safe and healthy. What You Need For Swimming Pool Cleaning The purity of the water should be of utmost importance. You will no doubt have kids in the pool and they will no doubt swallow the pool water, no matter how much you tell them not to. Even adults will inevitably swallow some water during the course of swimming. Germs and other organisms can get in your body through more than just your mouth, so it’s really crucial to keep that water pure. This is where swimming pool cleaning comes in. So, the first order of pool cleaning business: chemicals that will sanitize and purify the water. Chlorine is by far the most commonly used chemical to keep pool water clean and safe. It’s been tried and true for many decades now and is easily obtained and stored. It comes in several different forms like granules, tablets or even sticks. Ask your swimming pool company or the store...
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Myrtle Beach, SC 29588
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