Pool Water Recycling With Reverse Osmosis

With cooler temperatures finally here what is one of the most popular things to do in the pool industry? Yup, you guessed it, drain pools. When fall arrives and temperatures fall below 80 degrees it is extremely popular to drain your pool especially when your Calcium Hardness, TDS, and CYA levels are high. But, before you consider draining your pool why not recycle your pool water instead? Why waste on average 20,000-gallons of water when you can conserve it instead?

As a residential and commercial swimming pool owner in the Las Vegas area, you are going to have to deal with high levels of Calcium Hardness in your swimming pool. Unfortunately, this can’t be avoided because our tap water is loaded with it but how you deal with it can definitely be different from what you’ve probably done in the past. Typically, most pool professionals in the swimming pool industry will recommend draining your swimming pool when the calcium, TDS, and CYA levels get high but have a much better option!

Let’s face it, we are all tired of the calcium scaling that occurs on our water tile line, interior finish, filtration equipment, spillways, and decorative water features and if you have ever spent money on a professional to remove it then stop draining and start recycling. It can be quite a costly venture and if this is something you want to prevent that we can help you. Instead of draining your swimming pool water when it gets high, we highly recommend Pool Water Recycling 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!

The Reverse Osmosis Mobile Filtration can lower the following:

  • Calcium hardness
  • Total Dissolved Solids
  • Cyanuric acid
  • Phosphates
  • Nitrates
  • Salt
  • Waterborne diseases

With how hard our water is in Las Vegas, we highly recommend changing out the water every two years to prevent heavy calcium scaling and other damages to your swimming pool. When you choose to recycle the water instead you will notice a difference in the clarity and feel of the water. If you’re struggling with any of the issues above, please contact us today to see how purifying your water using RO will make a huge difference in your swimming pool.