Having a pool is amazing. What is not knowing how to manage it. Just like your car or bike, your swimming pool requires your time and constant caressing.  If you are one of those people who are lucky enough to own a pool in your house, it always comes handy knowing how to manage it as well. Here are some of the ways to keep your pool always clean for a dip anytime and knowing what works and doesn’t while taking care of it.

Before you even get started, a very important thing to keep a note of is the pH value of the water in your pool. The value is approximate to that of neutral water and usually ranges from about 7.2 to 7.8. This value determines how much chlorine you need to add on the water. The lower the pH, the lesser the amount of chlorine is required. This should be check about two times a week in summer and once in two weeks in winter. Also when the pH is high, the waters start to leave deposits on the tile pretty quickly.

If you have a salt pool, you don’t need to handle chlorination activity but as always this comes at some cost. Make sure to keep your pool clean as the pool chemistry is now even more critical to function properly. If you can taste the salt, understand that there is too much salt. Too much salt pushes the pH level up easily.

Remember to keep the chemicals in a dry space, out of sunlight and away from the reach of children. The reaction of acid and chlorine is not a pleasant activity to witness.

Clean the skimmer baskets in a regular interval. The skimmer is placed on the side of the pools and functions to skim the surface of the pool before debris and dirt become saturated. Don’t forget to check the water level. The water needs to be right at the centre level of the pool skimmer for optimal performance.

Make sure to clean the tiles and the lining between them often to reduce build-up. If you notice any kinds of cracks in the tiles of the pool, be quick to cover it up with a piece of clear silicon. If the water migrates from the tiles to the decks, it creates problems in the long run so it is better to avoid it while it is still preventable. Keep any kind of flora and fauna, fertilizing products and animal waste away from the pool. These gives room for algae to form which is definitely not appealing.

Cleaning the pool isn’t the same deal as swimming in it but does a dirty pool look inviting? With these tips, you can now take care of your pool at times. A constant look and effort to maintain your swimming pool which instructed by Pool Builders from construction agencies shall not only help to make it last longer but also reduces costs in the long run. Having someone take care of your pool is okay but it is never a bad idea to learn how to take care of your pool. Indulge this in your habitual lifestyle and save time, effort and money after all.

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