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Testing chemicals

Written by Super User

Maintaining your pool chemicals through proper testing

Pool chemical maintenanceAnybody that has a pool understands the need to check the chemicals regularly. If you don't check the chemicals and maintain a proper chemical level, it can easily turn your beautiful pool into a green color and can lead to other problems, such as staining that is very difficult to remove. Fortunately, if you understand the basics of testing chemicals in the pool, it is something that you can do on your own and you can use the information to maintain a proper chemical level. You can also trust the testing of the pool chemicals to Medallion Pools, to maintain a trouble-free environment to the benefit of you and your family.

Most pools are closed down for the winter, although it is possible for you to have pool heater which will allow you to use the pool year-round. Testing chemicals in the pool often begins in the springtime, when you are getting your pool ready for use throughout the summer. Not only should you test the chemicals during this time, you should also check the equipment for the pool and ensure that it is operating properly. Check the sanitizer levels, as well as the pH to determine if it is ready for use. More than likely, you will need to add some chemicals in order to strike the right balance but it all begins with testing it properly.

What Should You Test?

Many home test kits are going to provide you the ability to test the chlorine level, along with the pH level. Those are not the only chemicals that need to be checked, however, and you should either get a high quality test kit or have Medallion Pools come out to test your chemicals weekly. We will check for other important factors, such as the total alkalinity, calcium levels and the stabilizer. If you balance your pool properly and test the chemicals regularly, it can add to the outdoor environment that is certainly going to be to the benefit of your family.

Along with testing the chemicals of the pool, it is also vitally important that you maintain the pool equipment properly. Some of the pool equipment, such as the pumps, are going to be expensive if they need to be replaced because major damage has occurred. It is much better for you to ensure that the routine maintenance of the equipment is taking place and any problems are caught early, to avoid the major expenditures that may be necessary. This can be done by checking the pressure gauge of the filter and making sure the filter baskets in the pumps are clean.

If you have any questions about your pool or would like to discuss a routine chemical testing to be done at your location, you can contact Medallion Pools. We have been helping individuals throughout the Dallas Metroplex to have the perfect pool at their home and to ensure that it is available for use by them and their family at any given time.


Brush pool weekly

Written by Super User

Routine maintenance of your pool

Weekly pool brushHaving a pool in your yard can provide you and your family with many benefits. Not only does it allow you to enjoy recreation in a wholesome way, it can also add value to the home and improves the look of your outdoor environment. Of course, it is necessary for you to ensure that you are maintaining the pool properly and doing any routine maintenance that is necessary to keep it up and running. One of the weekly factors that need to be considered with any pool is brushing it.

Many homeowners tend to overlook the fact that their pool needs brushed on a weekly basis. Of course, they may think twice about skipping this necessary task if they recognize the benefits that are offered from it. The fact of the matter is, even larger pools can be brushed in just a matter of 10 or 15 minutes, provided you do it regularly and use the proper type of equipment. It works along with other pool maintenance factors which will help to keep your pool up and running and available for you and your family on a routine basis. Next, we will look at some of the specific benefits that are available if you brush your pool weekly.

Benefits of Weekly Pool Brushing

One of the factors of cleaning your pool is ensuring that algae buildup is not a problem. When you brush your pool on a weekly basis, it helps to remove some of the algae that may remain on the pool walls, even after the pool has been treated chemically. When you brush the algae away, it can be transported through the filtration system and removed from the pool in such a way. Removing the algae from the pool not only helps to keep the pool water healthier for you and your family, it also keeps stains from forming on the edge of the pool which can be difficult to remove. This is not only true of typical algae; it is also true of black algae, which can be a serious problem for the pool owner.

Other factors that need to be considered in maintaining your pool includes cleaning the filter. The pool filter is what removes a lot of the contaminants from the pool, including small particles of dirt, algae and other issues which you would rather not have in your water. These small particles remain trapped in the pool filter until you clean it. If you don't clean your pool filter regularly, the pool water can become milky or hazy looking. Additionally, you should check your chemicals regularly to make sure that they are at their optimum levels. This not only makes a difference in the look of your pool, it also makes it more comfortable for you and your family to use.

Medallion Pools can take care of these factors for you with a weekly maintenance program which would keep your pool up and running effectively. Not only can we brush the pool weekly, we can check your chemicals, clean your filter and maintain your equipment to the benefit of you and your family.




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