Reverse Osmosis FIltration For Swimming Pools

If you own a residential or commercial swimming pool in the Las Vegas area, you need to consider how to utilize Reverse Osmosis (RO) more. RO quality water has been around for an extremely long time and when discussed most individuals are familiar with it for drinking water. They are familiar with the small tank that goes underneath their sink to provide their family with drinking quality water. But, could you imagine this same quality water in your swimming pool? Well, if you can imagine it, now it’s time to make it a reality. With Clark County Pool and Lawn and our sister company Pure Pool Purification, we have a great solution for you to combat our hard water in the Las Vegas area.

Back in 2014, we purchased a mobile filtration trailer with the intent to recycle residential and commercial swimming pool water. This came about because there were drought conditions, swimming pools needed to be drained because of hard water, and we knew there had to be a better solution. So, we decided to purchase this trailer so we could travel to homes and commercial properties to recycle pool water onsite. This was a great alternative to a drain and refill because it lowered Calcium Hardness, Total Dissolved Solids (TDS), Cyanuric Acid (CYA), phosphates, nitrates, salts, and waterborne diseases without draining the swimming pool. In the end, it conserved up to 85% of the existing water in the swimming pool and provided superior quality water to swim in.

Reverse Osmosis Options For Your Home

Please note, with our business affiliations, we also have the ability to put these same systems inline for commercial properties and utilize a variety of smaller systems to fill pool water with RO and even better provide RO quality water throughout your entire home. We know there are a variety of decisions that need to be made when it comes to the water in your home but all that can be handled with the different sizes that are available and can provide RO water throughout your house. They are as small as 400 gallons per day (GPD) and go up to 100,000 GPD and more.

If you’re interested in learning more about how our systems can help you and your property, please contact us today!