Swimming pool automation

Believe it or not, but it’s almost that time of year again: time to open up the pool. It may hard to believe, but pool season is just around the corner, making now the perfect time to begin fleshing out a plan for summer’s routine pool maintenance. Therefore, it’s time to begin thinking about energy star certified pumps, such as swimming pool pumps and waterfall pumps.

Maintaining a pool is and important part of being a pool owner. By keeping up with the proper maintenance of your pool, including ensuring all energy star certified pumps are running smoothly, you’re provided a fun, safe, and relaxing way to beat the heat during the long, dog days of summer.

Failure to properly maintain your pool can cut it’s lifespan in half. That’s a whole lot of hard-earned money wasted! Pool maintenance can seem like a daunting task, however, if you break it down step by step, executing each step carefully, it really isn’t so bad after all.

First, it’s always important to test pool water at least once or twice each week. This includes checking the pool lighting, such as LED pool lights. In most climates, ensuring the cleanliness and quality of the pool water needs to be done frequently, as pool water can turn green in as little as two to three weeks. Pool chemistry still needs to be checked during the winter. This should be done at least once a week. During the summer, however, it should be checked a few times per week.

In addition to checking your pool’s chemistry frequently, it’s also important to check it’s water levels at least once per month and adjust as needed. Proper water levels fall at the center of the tile or at the skimmer. In addition, pool filters should be at the minimum every four to six months.