How to reduce the cost to heat my swimming pool?

The volume of the water lost as the number of users increases the loss of water temperature because the splash-out, requiring replacement with source water at lower temperature than the pool water. So, depending on how loaded your spa or pool is, it will occur heat loss. You can control fuel consumption and waste of energy avoiding any unnecessary pool heating. By installing an efficient heater and keeping your filter clean the operating costs can be kept to a minimum. And, of course, maintai...

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What is a swimming pool algae?

If you notice a greenish film growth in your swimming pool floors or walls, or suspended in the tinged water, you might be facing one of the thousand species of algae – a plant that is a major concern for pools and spas operators. Every day the wind carries millions of algaes spores. If the conditions are favorable, they have the ability to reproduce rapidly and turn into green a clear water in less than a day. There are 3 different types of algaes: Green algae: the most common and easi...

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How warm should I keep my pool?

How warm should I keep my pool?

You must know that the correct water temperature makes the use of spa or swimming pool a lot more enjoyable. The American Red Cross recommends a temperature of 78-80.5°F for competitive swimming and diving, 82.5°F for recreational swimming, 84-94°F for infant swimming, therapy and instructional classes, and 104°F for spas. But the individual facility users decide on how warm to keep the pool, however, this may be too cold for some people. The energy must be added at the same proportion t...

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How to keep my pool crystal clear and clean?

How to keep my pool crystal clear and clean?

Eagle Pool Service provides pool service in Boca Raton, FL. Routine pool maintenance is a key of it Pool Service Boca Raton FL Some pool maintenance tips for keeping your pool always pristine:   1-Check chlorine and ph and adjust every week; 2-Once a month check STABILIZER (very important); 3-Check alkalinity and calcium hardness each 60 days; 4-Clean filter or back wash once a month or as needed; 5-Clean skimmer and pump baskets every week or as needed; 6-Al...

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