Swimming season is just kicking off as summer weather approaches. Before heading to the pool, we have put together a few safety tips to keep you and your loved ones safe. Pool safety tips apply, especially if little ones are learning to swim or love playing in the pool. Always take note of the below pool safety tips. If you need assistance with any of the below mentioned please contact Long Island pool company, Blue Ribbon Pools.
Whether it is commercial or residential, swimming pool safety should be everyone’s top priority and responsibility. More often than we would like, there is news of accidents happening around the pool even though kids (and grownups) knew how to swim. Accidents in the swimming pool can happen in an instant. So, be watchful all the time. Take some time to review and follow safety tips as part of routine maintenance of your pool. Below are some of the basics of pool safety:
Cloudy pool water is a common occurrence in pools. This is caused by suspended particles that cannot be easily filtered out. There can be quite a few reasons why your pool water is cloudy. Some of the most common reasons include:
Chemical balance of water is off. If pH or chlorine levels are off then that could be a reason for cloudy water.
If the pH levels are too high it inhibits the action of chlorine. This results in low chlorine levels that promote algae growth which then causes cloudy water. Algae growth causes cloudy or green water.
Pools, both above and below ground, offer so many advantages. They are the beacon for happiness, laughter, fun, and exercise. However, no matter what kind of pool you have, it is a known fact that pools come with quite a lot of maintenance and costs.
Historically, in-ground pools were constructed with cement or gahnite floors and walls. Fortunately for us, most pools are installed with vinyl liners, which offer countless benefits.
Regardless of March’s last day of snow, all pool owners are looking towards the late spring and summer days enjoying their personal oasis. The thoughts of time spent in sun-warmed water with our family and friends, erasing the winter nightmares still fresh in our minds. But before you slip into your swimsuit and blowing up the floats, you need to open the pool and deal with all the reminders of how bad the winter was.