Taking a Look at Pool Chemicals

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Hiring a Pool Cleaning Company in Florida is the Right Decision

Some people try to chemically treat their home pools themselves and end up buying very strong pool chemicals that are too harsh for the size of the pool or are not appropriate for reason for cleaning it. Public pools and sports pools are cleaned with different sanitizing chemicals in varying amounts.

Amount of Cleaning Chemical Should Be Appropriate

The manufacturer lists the amount of pool cleaner that should be used, but even using too much of a “safe” pool chemical can cause health problems. Blue Reef Pools, a pool cleaning company in Florida uses safe pool chemicals in the correct amounts that corresponds to the accurate size of your pool to ensure the safety of all those who use it.

The Necessity of Pool Maintenance

Chemically treating pools is a necessity because putting off this safety measure will lead to bacterial buildup on the walls and drains. Pool water gets into mouths and comes into contact with skin and must be sanitized periodically.

Mixing Pool Chemicals

Combining commercial chemicals of any kind is never a good idea. This includes mixing different pool cleaning chemicals without knowing the base chemicals in each. Pool water and cleaning chemicals have a certain chemistry and pH and total alkalinity (TA) levels should be taken into account during pool maintenance. This makes helps to limit the spread of bacteria in the pool and
keeps it hygienic.

Common Pool Cleaner Can Cause Allergies

Chlorine is the most common chemical used to clean pools, but its potential harm when used in access seems to outweigh its advantages. For some people, swimming in a pool cleaned with chlorine can cause an allergic reaction. They may develop any degree of asthma-like symptoms from mild coughing to experiencing difficulty breathing. Other chlorine allergy symptoms include:

  • Itching
  • Sneezing
  • Constant Coughing
  • Runny Nose
  • Wheezing

Alternatives, such as bromine, have a chlorine base and may cost more than traditional chlorine. Sodium bicarbonate is also harmful if used incorrectly. For the safety of all swimmers and the cleanliness of the environment the pool cleaning company in Florida is aware of the chemical makeup of each type and brand of pool cleaning solution.

Taking Care of the Appearance of Your Pool

Using harsh chemicals that are not necessary can damage the interior and exterior of your pool over time. This can cost you more money in the long run to fix structural damage. Not to mention, a clean pool with sparkling, clear water looks more attractive and inviting than one that is full of debris.

Contact Blue Reef Pools where we have been making use of safe pool chemicals a priority.

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