Thinking of adding a salt system to your swimming pool? It's a fairly simple upgrade, and comes with quite a few benefits versus a traditional chlorine system.
Some of the advantages of adding a salt system to your swimming pool are:
- No more itchy skin
- No more burning eyes
- Doesn't bleach out your swim suits and other items
- No more harsh chlorine smell
- No more buying large quantities of expensive chlorine.
- You don't have to worry about mixing the chlorine up and putting it in your above ground or inground swimming pool.
Fun fact: Owning a salt system is the equivalent of making your own pure fresh chlorine day in and day out instead of adding the harsh chemical directly to your pool.
Salt systems works on all swimming pool types, plaster, vinyl or fiberglass.
Salt pool systems are available for Above Ground Pools and for In-Ground Pools and evenly disperses the chlorine throughout the entire swimming pool via the return jets of the pools filtration system.
They provides the bulk of your swimming pool sanitation needs automatically, but you'll still have to maintain your pool.
Simply test your swimming pool water weekly, add salt as needed, and adjust for more or less chlorine.Oh, and don't forget your pepper!
Can't get enough on salt? Our blog is full of fun facts and helpful tips on this increasingly popular topic. Check out some of our recommended posts below:
- Chlorine vs. Saltwater vs. Mineral System Pools: Pros and Cons
- How to Maintain a Saltwater Swimming Pool
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- Saltwater Above Ground Pools: A Buyer’s Guide
- How to Convert a Chlorine Pool to a Saltwater Pool
- Type of Salt to Use with a Swimming Pool Salt System
- How To Troubleshoot Problems with Your Salt Cell
- How To Clean the Salt Cell on Your Saltwater Swimming Pool
- What is the Benefit of Switching to Salt Water?
- Will a Salt System Void My Pool Warranty?