If you have a dirty pool or you have a difficult time regulating the chemicals and keeping the pool clean but not toxic, it's time to see what can be done. You may want to make some changes so that you don't have to keep filling the pool with chemicals, and so you don't have to worry about what the pool will look like each day when you walk out to look at it. Here are some of the things that must be considered, and factors that can affect how clean the pool is and how you need to maintain it.
Talk with the pool contractor about making the conversion to a salt water cleaning system and pool, instead of using tap water and chemicals. This is a great way to get naturally clean water to swim in, without having to worry about dumping chemicals in regularly, and without dealing with the side-effects that can come from using chemicals. This is a worthwhile investment because the maintenance of a saltwater pool is low cost.
New Pump System
The pool may need a new pump to clean and filter the water. Look into getting a new pump system to help filter out all of the impurities, and to make sure that the water stays clean throughout the season with fallen debris and the swimmers. The new pump system will help to improve the clarity of the water as well.
You can get an automatic cleaner that will sweep the bottom of the pool and around the walls, without having to do all of the manual labor and work. Look for these different cleaning systems and see what they will cost you. Then you can determine if you want to rely on this device, pay someone to clean the pool, or do it on your own.
There are a lot of factors that can affect if the pool is clean or dirty, and if there is always an algae or fungal problem you want to take the time to look at different cleaning options, and you want to test the water inside the pool. You don't have to do chemical treatment after chemical treatment trying to get the pH balance and the water right, and instead, you can switch to a more practical and less abrasive option for the pool water. Get quote and estimates for these changes to get started.
For more information on finding pool pumps, contact your local pool contractors.