Some of the most popular questions we get asked are, how often should a pool owner recycle their pool water, when should I do your filtration process again, when is the best time to have you come back, and how often can your service be performed? To be honest it isn’t always the easiest question to answer because there are so many variables that go into this answer but we want to tackle the timeframe question and a variety of circumstances to give you an idea of how often you should change out the water in your swimming pool.
Typically, the most common reasons why we are called our to process swimming pool water are the following:
- High Calcium Hardness
- High Total Dissolved Solids (TDS)
- High Cyanuric Acid (CYA)
- High Salts
- High Phosphates
- Waterborne Diseases (Cryptosporidium)
- Salt Chlorinator Challenges
If any of the above occurs, most pool professionals will recommend that you change out the water in your swimming pool. When this times comes, choosing to recycle your pool water using Reverse Osmosis (RO) filtration is your best decision because not only can we conserve approximately 85% of the existing water in the swimming pool but we can also give you the best quality of water to swim in. Our mobile filtration trailer comes to your residential or commercial property and recycles the water onsite. Since we use RO filtration we are able to lower Calcium Hardness, TDS, CYA, salt, phosphates, waterborne diseases and so much more to levels far below what you would get out of our tap water in the Orange County area. What you are left with is drinking quality water that is crystal clear and much more fun to swim in. You can not only see the difference but you can feel a difference in the water too! After filtration is completed this is when we get asked, “When should I have you come back?”
The simple answer to this question is approximately every two years but that isn’t always the case for everyone rather this is an average for both residential and commercial properties! We’ve found that two years is the time frame where calcium levels start climbing, scaling occurs on the tile, interior finish, filtration equipment, and you will notice a difference in the feel of the water. If you own a commercial swimming pool it might be less than two years due to the number of bathers and rising TDS levels. Whereas saltwater pools have other challenges that would cause filtration to be needed sooner but to answer the question above, we recommend our process every two years. To book your appointment today, please contact us!