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Can you believe spring is just around the corner? This means it won’t be long before you start to enjoy your swimming pool again but before that happens it might be time to discuss how to properly balance your water chemistry. The main reason why changes are necessary is the fact that the temperatures are will increase in the Las Vegas area and hiring the right weekly pool service and maintenance company can make all the difference.

Having properly balanced water chemistry is vital for your swimming pool. 100 plus degree temperatures are common and will be here in a couple of months which means if you don’t prepare for them your water will change quickly. That’s why checking and balancing your chemistry weekly during this time is extremely important for the health of your water. There are many factors that can cause chemistry to change, i.e. numerous bathers, direct sunlight on the water, 90-degree water, and debris to name a few and we hope this blog post helps to better explain why balanced water chemistry is vital for your swimming pool and to prevent problems when it starts to warm up.

Swimming Pool Water Chemistry

The following are some of the most important factors for water chemistry:

Chlorine – having the proper amounts of sanitizer in your swimming pool is extremely important to prevent algae/bacteria from growing. At this point, you will want to make sure you begin to raise up your chlorine levels to 2 – 3 ppm. This should be checked regularly and definitely after a storm if it left a lot of debris in your pool which will eat up the chlorine.

pH – having a balanced pH can make a big difference in your water. Typically, you will want to have pH levels to be between 7.4 – 7.8. If you have a saltwater chlorinator balancing your pH is vital to prevent scaling on the electrode plates. On a side note, salt pools will naturally cause the pH to rise so be mindful of that.

Cyanuric Acid – this is the part of chemistry that is often overlooked but extremely important to maintain. If you want to prevent rapid chlorine loss you will need to keep your CYA levels between 30 – 50 ppm. CYA prevents chlorine loss due to the sun’s ultraviolet rays. If you own a salt chlorinator please refer to the manual for the levels they recommend as it will be different than chlorinated pools.

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City Wide Pool Service is a trusted Las Vegas residential and commercial weekly pool service and maintenance company and would love to earn your trust. We know many enjoy taking care of their pools but others want to hire a professional. If you are in the market to hire a company, please contact us today!


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