Routine maintenance is a necessity for pool enjoyment. Aside from keeping your pool jump-in-ready, maintenance also extends its longevity and can help reduce maintenance costs. Indoor pools or natatoriums pose an extra challenge for maintenance, requiring special attention to the environment the humidity produces.
Now part of the Hayward family, pHin has just reached an exciting new milestone: We’ve tested and analyzed over one billion samples of pool and hot tub water!
This overview of pool chemical basics will help any new pool owner as well as those with years of experience owning and maintaining their pools.
Opening and closing a swimming pool can be a challenge — even for a veteran pool owner. It’s easy to forget tasks, so we recommend having a checklist of all your pool opening and closing must-dos to avoid finding yourself scrambling to get everything done.
When we moved into our house it had a hot tub and my husband and I were excited. We’d never lived in a place with our own, private hot tub. We were looking forward to relaxation, but we didn’t quite know what we were getting into.
Managing the pH level of your hot tub is like an ongoing science experiment. It can be difficult to keep up with your water’s chemical levels as they’re ever-changing. It’s critical to keeping your hot tub safe for your family and friends, as unbalanced water can have health implications for those who come in contact with it.