The Top Technologies of 2016
That Will Transform Your Pool

#2

Energy Efficient Pool Pumps

Before Energy Star began certifying pool pumps, pretty much anyone could (and did) label their pumps as “energy efficient”. Unfortunately, these “energy efficient” pumps were still burning from 1,600 to 2,000 watts of power. Now, the game has changed and your pool pump no longer has to be such a drain on your home’s energy usage. Check out the pool pumps that meet Energy Star’s standards and could save you thousands of dollars down the road.

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#3

Automatic Robotic Pool Cleaners

Owning a pool is supposed to be an enjoyable experience, but if you find yourself spending more time cleaning it than enjoying it, you might be questioning why you even got a pool in the first place. If that sounds familiar, it’s probably time to consider an automatic robotic pool cleaner. We’ve compiled a list of the top robotic cleaners to help you decide which one would be best for you and your pool’s needs.

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#4

Centrifugal Prefilter

Even if you have a powerful, reliable filter, daily use and workload can quickly wear away at your filter’s reliability and efficiency. If you have to repair or replace your filter often, it might be time to consider a Prefilter. Prefilters have been called the “most innovative product” by the Swimming Pool Association for their ability to reduce the workload of your filter and save you up to 7000 liters of water per year. Continue reading to see if a prefilter makes sense for your pool.

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#5

Energy Efficient Pool Filters

Believe it or not, your pool filter has a huge impact on the overall efficiency of your pool. Choosing a filter that captures debris without restricting water flow is crucial. We’ve researched the main types of filters: Sand, Diatomaceous Earth, and Zeolite to help you decide which is best for your pool. Continue reading to see if your filter is an efficient addition to your pool system.

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Eliminate Green Algae in Your Pool

Green algae show up as a film in your pool, turning it an unattractive color. If you notice a green tint to your water, shock the water immediately. The shock will increase the chlorine level, prevent green algae from spreading, and will burn off contaminants.

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Maintain Pool Water Chemistry

It’s important to maintain pool water chemistry to keep your water safe and enjoyable for swimmers. The first step to maintain pool water chemistry is to invest in a quality test kit. With good test data, it will be much easier to keep your water balanced.

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Choosing Swim Goggles for Each Type of Swimmer

If you spend a large amount of time in a chlorinated pool, it’s best to protect your eyes with a good pair of swim goggles. Improperly balanced pH can cause eye irritation, and chlorine is a known irritant that causes red, itchy eyes.

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Swimmer’s Itch: Treatment and Prevention

If you swim in water that is contaminated, you’re susceptible to swimmer’s itch. For this reason, it’s important to properly maintain your pool water chemistry. If chemical disinfectants break down, your water is exposed to pseudomonas bacteria, or swimmer’s itch.

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How to Convert to a Saltwater Pool

Watch the video to learn how to convert to a saltwater pool from a chlorinated pool, and the facts of each. First, know that a saltwater pool is still a chlorine pool. A chlorine generator converts salt into chlorine.

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How to Remove Organic Pool Stains

Organic pool stains are caused by several things. But you can remove organic pool stains when they appear, or avoid them altogether with the right equipment. First, determine if they are organic to begin with. Organic stains are caused by leaves, acorns and debris that have...

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