As a potential client for the Puripool Process, there are a variety of things that you will need to be aware of before the service is performed. The purpose of this blog post is to highlight a variety of the most frequently asked questions that will help you better prepare yourself for having your swimming pool water recycled. As a swimming pool owner in our area, please note that the water coming out of the tap is extremely hard and there is nothing you can do about it. It’s loaded with calcium, magnesium, and other hardness minerals. Over time the hardness minerals will increase in your water and calcium with stain the tile, the liner, your filtration equipment, spillways and decorative water features. When this happens, most swimming pool professionals will recommend a water change and the following is a list of questions that most people ask us:
- Can this filtration process take place during the summer?
- Yes, since the liner of the swimming pool is never exposed, the process can be performed 365 days a year
- Do you need to tap into our electricity?
- No, our trailer is self-contained and we use a diesel generator to run all of our equipment
- Can you swim in the pool while the process if being performed?
- Yes, there is no downtime during the process and since there are no electrical cords used, you can swim in the pool while we recycle the water
- Do we need to be home during the process?
- No, as long as we can access the swimming pool there is no reason why you need to be around while the process is being performed
- Is the mobile filtration trailer loud?
- No, we run the trailer all day and night and since the trailer is insulated the noise from the generator is no louder than an AC unit.
- Why should we use your service?
- Ultimately, we provide a much better end product than tap water. We guarantee our customers that the water in their swimming pool after the process is done will be lower in calcium than if they had drained and refilled the pool instead. Since our process conserves up to 85% of the existing water in a swimming pool, it’s an effective alternative during times of drought. Other benefits include zero downtime for the swimming pool and, since the pool surface is never exposed, it can prevent the possibility of the cracking of plaster, floating of vinyl liners or pools popping out of the ground once the water weight has been removed.
- How long does it take the process to be complete?
- At this time we are able to treat 40,000 gallons a day! Obviously, the size of your pool is the deciding factor on how long it will take based on this level. However, most residential pools will take between 8 and 10 hours to complete.
Pool Water Recycling has been recycling both residential and commercial swimming pools since the spring of 2016. Our service is much better than a drain and refill and we guarantee water in your swimming pool that is much better than tap. As a potential customer, our goal is to provide you with the highest level of service and quality. When choosing to have your water recycled, you’re not only saving time and money but water too! If you should have any questions on how the process is done or if you want to schedule and appointment please contact us today!