Corrosive water (e.g., destruction of metal components in pump, heater core, and other equipment)
Filter calcification (e.g., plugged filtration systems)
Staining of pool surfaces (e.g., increase in copper, iron, etc. in pool water)
Etching of plaster (e.g., in gunite pools)
Pitting of surfaces (e.g., in all pools)
pH fluctuation (e.g., inability to stabilize pH)
Reduced chlorine effectiveness
Algae and other organic formation (e.g., safe and/or unsafe bacteria)
Eye & skin irritation
Hair loss (believe it or not)
If you’d like to know more about your pool water chemistry, have a look at the information we’ve provided via the links below, or give us a call today at 631.242.2667 if you’d like our help in keeping your pool water crystal clear and a pleasure to swim in.
Helpful links about pool water chemistry:
Proper Pool Water Chemistry Levels, which details those levels and includes descriptions of the four major processes associated with their proper maintenance;
Pool Chemical Dosage Charts, a series of charts that detail the amount of chemicals needed to bring the chemistry of various sized pools in-line with their proper readings.