How to Maintain Your Swimming Pool - For Years of Fun in the Sun!

by Pool Builders on 08-17-2009 in Articles

This article will help you learn how to maintain a swimming pool. With the summer heat still here, your pool is getting a lot of use right now. And because of this you need to take extra care to ensure that you are maintaining it correctly. This is crucial, especially if you are looking to enjoy years of hassle free fun from your swimming pool. So read on to see how easy it can be to maintain your swimming pool. And we bet this shouldn't take you long at all. So let's get going. Enjoy these 3 easy tips to fun in the sun with your swimming pool.

Take a look

Your pool is a stagnant body of water. And we all know what happens to stagnant bodies of water in the wild. They turn into swamps and marshes. Not very inviting to swim in. So you've got to keep the right chemical balance in your swimming pool to keep the algae and other little critters at bay. So the first thing to do and keep in the forefront of your mind is the chemical composition of your pool. Check the chemical levels weekly, perhaps even twice a week if your pool is getting lots of use.

The easiest and best way to do this is through a kit. This way you don't need your PhD in organic chemistry to figure it out. Kits make it a no-brainer. You're looking for a pH level of 7.4 to 7.6 ppm (parts per million).

Chlorine's a gas

Well not literally in pool maintenance, but it is needed in order to keep your pool a fun place to spend time in. After you've checked the chemical composition, you need to be sure that the chlorine level is in check. You're looking for a reading of 1.5 to 3ppm. This is also made easy through a test kit.

Along with this be sure you're using a chlorine stabilizer to prolong the life of your chlorine. Another great idea is to use algaecides to ensure clean, algae free pool water.

The third step in maintaining a swimming pool is to make sure that your filters, pump, lint trap and skimmer basket are all working well. They need to be cleaned out weekly and checked to make sure they are in good working order. Replace as needed.

With these easy 3 steps to maintaining a swimming pool, you'll have years of hassle free memories and fund for the whole family. For in depth tips and advice to save piles of cash and reduce your maintenance time to just 5 minutes a week, please visit: www.YourPoolTips.com. Head on over right now so you too can begin enjoying these money saving "insider secrets" today!

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