How can I tell if my pool has a leak?
Simply fill a bucket with pool water and put it in the pool so that the water level of the bucket and the pool are the same. If the water level in the pool is lower than the water level in the bucket after one week, you probably have a leak. This method is relatively reliable, because the evaporation behavior will be same in both the bucket and the pool. If you are losing more than 2" per week you have a leak. It could be a simple $5 part to repair. Contact us to help you out.
What can I do if I have algae?
Usually, algae is not hazardous to your health. A professional should analyze your chemistry and algae situtation, because it can produce substances that could irritate the skin or eyes. Although algae might not present a health risk, it can make the water cloudy and your pool look dirty, thus negatively impacting your pool enjoyment. Consistent chemical adjusting can reduce the amount of algae in the pool. If that does not help, you should contact a professional cleaning service. We would be glad to provide you with this service.
How can I reduce my fresh water consumption?
Many systems require you to change the water, even though the water quality is still very good. Automatic systems are able to analyze and reduce your consumption, but many modern filter systems are so effective that the water has to be replaced much less frequently. We would be pleased to assist you in this regard.