Puripool To Purify Your Pool Water
In Las Vegas when it comes to dealing with hard water in your swimming pool, you have several options. The following are what you as a residential or commercial swimming pool owner can do:
- Drain and Refill
- Recycle the Pool Water
- Leave the water in the pool (not recommended)
In Las Vegas, wasting water is prohibited. In fact, The Las Vegas Valley Water District documents water wasting activities and will warn you if one occurs. At the end of the day, we all know that the summer months extend for a pretty long time and we use a lot of water in Las Vegas so even though you can choose to drain and refill your swimming pool, there are much better options and we are going to showcase that in our latest blog.
Water is precious in our area, water should be conserved and when you have that much that can be kept in the swimming pool we feel it’s vital that you learn about how it’s done and why it’s the best decision you can make. As a swimming pool owner in our area, you are going to have to deal with high calcium and magnesium levels in your swimming pool. Unfortunately, this can’t be avoided but how you deal with it can definitely be different from what you’ve normally done in the past. Typically, most pool professionals will recommend draining your swimming pool when the Calcium Hardness (CH), Total Dissolved Solids (TDS), and Cyanuric Acid (CYA) levels get high. Even though this is what has always been considered the norm, at Clark County Pool & Lawn we want you to choose not to drain your pool and recycle the pool water instead.
Are you tired of dealing with calcium scaling on your water tile line, interior finish, filtration equipment, spillways, and decorative water features? If you answered yes which we are sure you did, we highly recommend recycling your pool water instead. This is a mobile service that comes to your swimming pool and uses Reverse Osmosis (RO) filtration to purify the water onsite. It can be completed on most residential swimming pools in less than a day, you can swim in the pool while filtration is occurring and you have the opportunity to conserve up to 85% of the existing water in the swimming pool!
With how hard our water is in Las Vegas, we highly recommend changing out the water every two years to prevent heavy calcium scaling. When you choose to recycle the water instead you will notice a difference in the clarity and feel of the water. Please note that you will need to keep proper levels of sanitation as well as balanced water chemistry to prevent algae growth and changes to your water condition. To prevent itchy eyes, dry skin, etc., this process will need to be performed regularly. If you’re curious as to how this can be done or how we can help you, contact us today!