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Tips for Swimming Pool Maintenance After having a hectic day at work, nobody wants to think twice before entering into the pool. Cool clean and refreshing water of the swimming pool is not less than a spa retreat when you are tired and just want to relax. But if your pool is not clean and blue it can be detrimental to your health. Water present in the dirty swimming pool can be a hub to harmful organisms, detrimental for human health. Apart from this algal growth in the pool can also spoil the appearance of your refreshing retreat. Neglecting the swimming pool for a long time can support the growth of algae and other microorganisms. Pool owners can have sparkling blue clean water with regular swimming pool maintenance Houston.


Keep it clean: keeping the pool spotless and free from debris and leaves is an unrealistic approach towards pool cleanup. You cannot avoid the leaves drifting from the neighbor’s garden or backyard and falling into your pool. Instead clean your pool at regular intervals like twice a week or once a week on normal days. On stormy days you can clean the pool every other day.


Keep it covered: on stormy days keep your pool covered if you do not want to indulge in hectic cleaning. Do not let the pool unattended while going out for holidays or business trips. Unattended pools are the best place for the microorganisms to grow and flourish. Leaves, debris fallen in the pool in your absence will provide them perfect environment to breed in. hence empty the pool before living it unattended.


Brush and vacuum: to clean the pool properly can cost you your time therefore use a pool vacuum to keep the surface spotless. Automatic pool vacuums are the best ones for people who cannot spend much time in pool cleaning. You can use brush to get rid of the spots on the upper surface or the pool boundary.


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Neglecting the swimming pool for a long time can support the growth of algae and other microorganisms. Pool owners can have sparkling blue c...

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