Draining Versus Recycling Swimming Pool Water

Draining Versus Recycling Swimming Pool Water

If it’s time to change out the water in your swimming pool you will have a couple of different options. First many residential and commercial swimming pool owners will probably ask why would I have to change out the water in my swimming pool? Typically, most...
Changing Out The Water In Your Swimming Pool

Changing Out The Water In Your Swimming Pool

Change Out The Water In Your Pool Every Two Years At Clark County Pool & Lawn, we highly recommend changing out your pool water at least every two years (maybe sooner if you have a salt system)! Due to our extremely high Calcium Hardness (CH) levels in Las Vegas...
Importance of A Balanced pH In Your Swimming Pool

Importance of A Balanced pH In Your Swimming Pool

Owning a swimming pool can be fun especially when you can jump into beautiful blue and clear water! The key though is making sure you have a balanced water chemistry. In the past, we’ve talked about chlorine, Calcium Hardness, Cyanuric Acid (CYA) but today we...
Calcium Scaling On Your Swimming Pool Tile

Calcium Scaling On Your Swimming Pool Tile

How To Remove Calcium Scaling on Pool Tile Living in the Las Vegas area, we deal with extremely high levels of calcium in our tap water. Our tap water is loaded with calcium, magnesium and other hardness minerals. When this water is introduced into your swimming pool...
How To Lower CYA Levels In Your Swimming Pool

How To Lower CYA Levels In Your Swimming Pool

When CYA Levels Are High, Problems Arise! Chlorine is by far one of the most important chemicals in your swimming pool to keep it clear and free of algae, especially in the Las Vegas area. With that said, the most common chemical used to prevent chlorine loss in...

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