Benefits of Having a Clean Pool

by Pool Builders on 10-14-2011 in Articles

There are many benefits of having a clean pool. First of all, you can swim in it! The main reason anyone has a pool is to swim in it, and there's nothing better than getting home from a hard day's work and being able to relax and have a swim in your very own sparkling clean pool. Not only can you enjoy your pool, but you can also have friends and family over to enjoy it with you.

A Clean Pool Helps You Entertain

A back yard barbecue is great, and it's even better when you can take a break from grilling and jump into a sparkling pool to get some relief from the heat. Having a pool party is a great way to spend a special occasion such as a birthday, graduation, or Fourth of July. Having a clean pool also means you can play sports and games in it, like volleyball, Marco Polo, and basketball.

A Sparkling Pool Makes Your Back Yard More Inviting

Another benefit of having a clean pool is that it makes your back yard sparkle. The pool is usually a focal point of the back yard. When people step into your back yard, they notice right away whether your pool is clean. Having a sparkling pool makes your whole back yard look good, and people like to spend time in places that are clean and inviting.

Clean Pools Cost Less

Another benefit of having a clean pool is that it costs less to maintain. Keeping your swimming pool clean by having it serviced on a weekly basis means that the chemicals will be in proper balance, and dirt and debris like leaves won't be decaying and wearing out the surface of the pool. The surface will last longer. This is true whether the surface is plaster, pebbletec, or fiberglass.

Having a Clean Pool is Healthier

Nobody wants to swim in a dirty pool, as they can have algae, fungus and bacteria growing in them. Maintaining the proper chlorine level of the pool will keep it clean and free of these types of microbes. Having even a small amount of algae and other microbes in the pool can make the surfaces of the pool slippery, and dangerous when entering or exiting the pool. Also, clean pools don't have disease-bearing mosquitoes breeding in them. This has always been important, and is even more so with the recent increase in cases of West Nile virus around the country.

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