Blue Haven Pools and pool maintenance is one of those tedious tasks of life that have to do, but it is essential to maintain a regular maintenance program to keep your pool crystal clear water.
It’s one of those things that if you forget to do it for a few days, which can quickly become a nightmare of the pool. It is much easier to prevent the cultivation of algae in your pool in the first place it is to try to get rid of it once it has taken over your pool. In many cases you could end up changing all the water, which takes time and money to do so.
First, wait at least four hours after the swimmers have left the blue haven pools for testing. Try testing the water for at least four times a week, you should wait at least 8 to 12 hours after a storm or hurricane. Usually weekends are not a good time as their neighbors are mowing the lawn, fertilizer or other summer activities in which the content could get in the pool and affect the reading.
In case of obtaining a normal pH reading of three weeks or more and suddenly you’re reading the pH is low or they are high; do not take any action until you can check back in 24 hours. If you receiving the same reading 24 hours later, after making adjustments. Remember that small adjustments are not exceeded. Make adjustments and tests in six hours, and then repeat if necessary. Do not test immediately after putting chemicals in your blue haven pools, you must wait at least six to eight hours before the test.
Always keep safety in mind when installing chemicals; never put chemicals all at one time. Chemicals should be installed four to six hours apart. Never put calcium hydrochloride in a chlorinator especially with other chemicals such as Tri-core or other types of chlorine tablets, this could cause an explosion. Never put chlorine shock in a skimmer as this may damage the internal parts of your filter in blue haven pools, your swimming pool.