Whether one calls it winterizing, closing, off-season, or end-of-season pool care—how pool professionals handle water care once there is not much pool activity, all boils down to what part of the country the pool is located. In all cases, the two variables that need to be addressed are (a) managing water balance, and (b) controlling organics.
The devastation of wildfires over recent years has been particularly extreme. This article offers some advice for service professionals in dealing with the restoration and repair of pools after these unfortunate, common, occurrences.
Unfortunately, unlike other industries, the aquatics sector has a ‘one size fits all’ approach when it comes to cartridge filters. To get past this ideology, there is a need for a new rating system, which would help consumers and businesses properly size and install pool filtration systems accordingly.
Dealing with pool and hot tub water chemistry issues is sometimes confusing and occasionally frustrating because of the many critical components involved. A basic understanding of this topic is often not enough. Sometimes it requires gaining a better understanding of what it takes to maintain healthy, balanced water.