In our industry, we regularly get asked, “why should I recycle my swimming pool water?” We think the answer to this question is pretty easy and we hope that after reading this blog post it will make much more sense to you too! First, in the Orange County area our water is hard which means it is loaded with calcium and other hardness minerals. This occurs because it is where our water is sourced and over time, these hardness minerals will cause damage to not only your swimming pool but your filtration equipment as well. That is why we are in business and we hope that after reading this you will understand why you should recycle your swimming pool water regularly.
As a residential or commercial swimming pool owner you are always going to be dealing with rising Calcium Hardness (CH), Total Dissolved Solids (TDS), and Cyanuric Acid (CYA) levels. This is because of the hard water, the salts that get into your water and chlorine tabs. When any of these levels rise above what is recommended a pool professional will recommend a water change. If you choose to perform a drain and refill you will not only fill your pool back up with hard water but you will also potentially run the risk of cracking the foundation due to lack of water. Between these two factors alone, this is why you should recycle your swimming pool water instead!
At Pool Water Recycling we offer Reverse Osmosis (RO) mobile filtration that comes to your residential or commercial swimming pool and recycles the water onsite. By using RO filtration you can achieve the following:
- Low Calcium Hardness Levels
- Low TDS Levels
- Low CYA Levels
- No Waterborne Diseases
- So Much More
This process is completely self-contained, there is no need to drain the swimming pool which means there’s no downtime and you can swim in the pool during filtration. We conserve up to 85% of the existing water in the swimming pool and our guarantee is to give you much better water than a typical drain and refill. In all honesty, this service will give you and your family the best quality of water to swim in and you will also notice a difference in how the water feels. So, if you’re tired of looking at calcium scaling on your water tile line, spillways, decorative water features, and salt chlorinator contact us today so we can save your water and give you an incredible product to swim in!