The Best Water is the Purest

We Focus on 3 key elements to keep your pool clean

Chlorine

  • Chlorine is your foot soldier in the battle against algae and microbes.

  • Tablets work to maintain chlorine levels week to week.

  • Shock acts as your assault troops quickly attacking anything in the water and increasing chlorine levels quickly.

Acid

  • Water with ideal acid levels provides the best environment for enjoyment of your pool.

  • Keeping the pH near 7.5 means less eye and skin irration and allows chlorine to act at an strong but not too active rate.

  • Alkalinity is an often forgotten but vitally important part of pool chemistry.

  • Ideal alkalinity levels buffer pH against any change from added chemicals and lowers the chances of creating mineral buildup on pool walls and tile.

Filtration

  • Proper filtration creates crystal clear and inviting pool water.

  • Adequate run times allows all of the pool water to pass through the filter and prevents stagnation.

  • Equipment sized properly to the pool creates an efficient foundation for maintaining a pool.

  • Routinely checking your equipment and fixing small issues can prevent many larger and more costly issues from occuring. 

Keeping these elements in balance will eliminate the vast majority of pool problems without the addition of more chemicals to your water.

Why are there so many pool chemicals if pool maintanence is simple?

Specialty chemicals are just as the name implies: for special uses only.

This includes just about every chemical in the store, even algicides.

Regular usage of these chemicals is rarely necessary.

What are they for and when should I use them?

Let's explore the different chemicals in our store.  

Disregard name brands, the functional chemical or main purpose are what really matter.

Algicides

Used to kill active algae and to prevent chronic algae blooms

There are many different types of algicides and everyone has an opinion on them as well as a favorite.  Why?  Because they all work towards the same goal - killing algae.  No individual algicide works inherently better than another when used according to instructions.  But just as some bacteria can resist certain antibiotics, algae in a pool can start resisting one type of algicide requiring a different type to get the job done.  Problem pools that always grow algae can benefit from prevention doses of algicides added weekly or monthly as needed.

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