How To Lower Calcium Hardness In Your Swimming Pool Las Vegas

Now that swim season is officially here, many swimming pool owners are more aware of what is going on with their swimming pools. For example, keeping it clean and monitoring water chemistry becomes a much bigger priority. Whether you are taking care of your swimming pool or hire a reputable weekly service business like Clark County Pool & Lawn you are going to need to do a lot more than just monitor your chlorine and pH. In the Las Vegas area, our tap water is hard which means you are going to need to monitor Calcium Hardness (CH), Total Dissolved Solids (TDS), and Cyanuric Acid (CYA) as well.

As a residential homeowner, have you ever noticed the calcium scaling on your counters, glass, and shower heads? Hard water spots happen everywhere water is present but have you ever thought about what it does to your swimming pool? It will also scale your water tile line, water features, interior finish, spillways, and salt chlorinator (if you own one). This occurs because of our tap water which is loaded with calcium, magnesium, and other hardness minerals. During the summer, especially with evaporation as high as it is, the calcium will remain in solution and gradually build up in concentration. Over time, this calcium will cause scaling and damage to your pool and filtration equipment. That’s why at Clark County Pool & Lawn, we recommend changing out the water in your swimming pool every two years. By doing this, your pool water will not only feel better but look better too!

We offer Reverse Osmosis (RO) mobile filtration that comes to your home and recycles the swimming pool water onsite.  This service is an alternative to a drain and refill and will not only lower Calcium Hardness but also Total Dissolved Solids, Cyanuric Acid, phosphates, salts, and waterborne diseases. We will conserve approximately 85% of the existing water in the swimming pool which is great for water conservation and drought conditions. Another benefit of our service is the fact that we are putting drinking quality water back in your swimming pool which is much better than tap.

If you’re curious about how this service works and how this will lower Calcium Hardness in your swimming pool, please contact us today!

 

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