Congratulations! You've found your next favorite place to relax at home! You have a new pool, spa, or sauna heading your way! Just one minor detail stands in between you, and your backyard oasis: how is it going to be delivered?
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Royal Swimming Pools would like to tell swimming pool and spa owners a little information about enzymes and how they can help keep your swimming pool water in excellent condition over the winter months.
Now that it is getting colder, many people are considering the purchase of a heater or heat pump to heat their pool and extend their swimming season. Heated pools can provide very comfortable water to swim in, but in order to heat your pool properly and efficiently, you will have to choose between a heater or heat pump.
You might think its crazy to get in a hot tub in the summer, after all, its already 95 degrees outside, why would you want to get in the hot tub? Even at resorts in places like Hawaii and the Caribbean there are hot tubs everywhere. And no matter how hot it is you will usually find someone in them! Hot tubs are just so soothing and relaxing to the body that even in hot weather people are still inclined to get in them for a little while. But a hot tub doesn’t have to be hot; it can cool you down too, providing a completely different relaxing and soothing sensation!
Ozone is a form of oxygen produced when a spark or UV light is passed through air or oxygen. Naturally occurring ozone is commonly found after a thunderstorm or in the upper atmosphere and has an odd smell to it that is similar to that of weak chlorine. An ozonator is a device used to produce ozone.
There are several things that can be causing your swimming pool or spa water to appear cloudy. Rain, pollen and leaves are one, however the more people you have swimming in your pool or relaxing in your spa increases your chances of cloudy water. Suntan oils or lotions, deodorants, makeup, small children urinating in the water, and oily or even dry skin can contaminate your pool or spa water.
With winter time being here it seem like everyone is gearing up to use their hot tubs and spas. One of the most common things I have been hearing about is people are finding small silver metal objects that look like BB's in the bottom of their spas and hot tubs. Many of the older rotating spa jets have bearings in them, when the jets start to deteriorate the bearings go out and you will start to find those small metal objects in the bottom of your spa. It is a sure sign that you have a jet that needs to be replaced. Improper ph, alkalinity, chlorine levels, and age can cause deterioration to the spa jets.