Recycle Your Pool Water Every Two Years

In the Las Vegas area, residential swimming pool owners are going to have to deal with hard water coming out of the tap. Many people will notice the hard water build up on their showerheads, faucets, countertops and such but have you ever thought about what this hard water is doing to your swimming pool? If the hard water has time to scale most people will notice a white ring around their water tile line but can you imagine what this calcium is doing to your interior finish and filtration equipment? If left untreated it will scale and take life off of your interior finish and filtration equipment which can cost you a fair amount of money to replace. That’s why at Clark County Pool & Lawn we offer an alternative that will help prolong the lifespan of your investment.

Since our tap water is hard, most swimming pool professionals will recommend a drain and refill every couple of years but since the water is hard it really doesn’t make sense to us why you would want to do this? That’s why we offer pool water recycling using Reverse Osmosis (RO) filtration to lower Calcium Hardness, Total Dissolved Solids (TDS), Cyanuric Acid (CYA), phosphates, salts, and waterborne diseases. This type of filtration is the best possible filtration to give you, your family and all bathers the best water quality to swim in. Since we are able to lower calcium to levels below tap water this will help prolong the lifespan of your investment. In fact, this is why we recommend using our service every two years.

By recycling your swimming pool water every couple of years, it can prevent scaling on your water tile line, interior finish, filtration equipment, your plumbing, and decorative water features. This type of service is great because it not only makes your water look better but it also feels better too. By preventing the calcium scaling it will also help with the lifespan of your swimming pool. So, why let your water buildup and cause problems when you can recycle it every two years. Trust us when we say, you will notice a difference in the water and it will save you time and money. Having water with fewer minerals will also allow you to use fewer chemicals too. So, why not swim in the best water today? Contact us today to learn how you and your family can be swimming in the best water quality this summer!

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