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Monday, 9 December 2013

How to Keep Your Swimming Pool Clean and Hygienic

When it comes to owning and looking after a swimming pool, we understand and appreciate the importance of keeping the pool clean and hygienic. The correct water chemistry is necessary for keeping a swimming pool clean, safe and sanitised for swimmers, and the maintenance of a swimming pool's chemicals can save those who own a pool not only time but money as well. Various swimming pool chemicals are available from us that offer a great value way of keeping your swimming pool sanitised at all times.

What is it that makes a swimming pool dirty anyway? There are a few key factors that contribute to making a swimming pool unclean. Dirt and bacteria can be picked up from:

People – when people swim in your pool, body fats, bacteria, nitrogen and ammonia are released as well as any dirt that may have been collected on the body before entering the pool.

Dirt – dust and dirt can enter the pool from leaves, bird droppings, muddy feet and insects, adding to the not quite clean condition of the water.

New water – residue is carried in rain water and can get into the pool by washing in from the sides.

Algae – algae can build up gradually on any body of water that is not moving constantly and comes in thousands of colours and types.

If you need any help or more information please do not hesitate to get in contact via phone or email today.

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