Benefits of Weekly Pool Maintenance
There is beauty and luxury in owning a pool; it’s like having a resort in your backyard. On the downside, weekly pool maintenance must be done to ensure the longevity of your pool and the safety of every person who will enjoy your little piece of luxury. Maintaining your own pool can be a lot of work at times. We outline the requirements of weekly pool care below, but if you want a more “hands off” experience with your pools, Pools of Fun offers three different weekly pool care packages that range from us helping you once per week all the way up to us maintaining every last detail of your pool ownership.
By performing weekly maintenance on your pool, such as pH correction, filter checkups, and cleanings, you can achieve a more pristine appearance and prevent injuries and more expensive problems from arising in the future.
Prevent Germs From Entering Your Pool
Even if you do not think your pool contains germs, people are the most common agents who introduce germs into your pool. Other germ-introducing agents can include your pets or the foliage surrounding your pool. Regular pool maintenance can include balancing your pool water chemicals. Improperly balanced pool chemicals put everyone who uses your pool at risk of sickness or injury, such as eye or skin irritation.
Importance of pH Maintenance
Monitoring the color of your pool water is a good method of determining if your pH levels are too low or too high. Pool pH levels that are too low may result in water that resembles lemon juice. Water that looks milky, almost like milk, indicates the pH levels are too high. Keeping your pool’s pH levels at a happy neutral will keep your water looking clear and pristine and ensure the health of anyone who takes a dip.
Treat Your Pool as an Investment
Having a luxury pool means you have likely spent a lot of money to make your dream a reality. Like any investment, such as a home or a car, a pool should be regularly maintained so that you are not wasting your money on replacements or unneeded maintenance costs. You may end up paying more in the future if you neglect to regularly maintain your pool. Lack of regular maintenance could result in the need to replace bigger, more expensive parts and equipment, for example, when a buildup of unwanted debris causes damage to the pool filtration system.
Increase the Longevity
The best way to ensure that your pool lasts for many years to come is through regular maintenance. Your water can become corrosive if you neglect to maintain your pool, which may end up damaging more of the equipment, such as the stairs, handrails, and lining of your pool. Weekly maintenance is an easy way to add years of life to your pool. It is more efficient and less time-consuming than pool replacements or major repairs that come with a lack of maintenance. Regular and consistent maintenance can ensure the long-term value of your pool while allowing you and your loved ones to enjoy it safely.
A Little Piece of Luxury
. Pools of Fun can help you with any maintenance questions, repairs, or new installations.