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A little while back I wrote an article regarding water quality What are Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) and Phosphates and the necessity to drain your swimming pool based on the overall water quality reading of your pool.
Now you’ve reach the point where your swimming pool needs to be drained to restore water quality but with the drought in Southern California, you can’t justify wasting 25,000 gallons of water. There is an alternative, and that is to filter and purify your water with Pool Water Recycling.
LA Pool Guys is now offering Pool Water Recycling by using a mobile filtering truck that can remove TDS & Phosphates without draining. pool filtration and purification system removes contaminant buildup without having to drain your pool! The process is quick and effective and most residential pools can be treated from start to finish in a single day. Now you can have the best water quality available while being 100% conscious of water consumption requirements Southern California!
In the past, residential swimming pools have required a drain and refill every 2-3 years to maintain proper water balance and to protect plaster and equipment. Commercial pools should be done even more frequently due to greater usage and higher chemical levels required for sanitation. Exposing the plaster during a drain and refill can cause plaster damage and/or failure. On other occasions, pools have “popped” out of the ground as the water is removed and the pool “floats”.
Why risk damage to your pool, or waste your existing water when there is a better, safer solution that also allows you to be a good steward of water resources? Water conservation, no risk to your pool, and clean, safe water that requires less chemicals to maintain… It’s a win-win situation!
A fantastic article was written by the LA Times recently regarding swimming pool water usage and its effect on total water consumption as California’s drought continues. Drought is a serious threat to the pool service industry in Los Angeles, Orange County, and all of California cities that are considering putting a ban on pool filling. It is very helpful to have some clarity on this issue.
I have always thought landscape sprinklers would have a much higher impact on water usage over time and this Los Angeles Times article confirmed my suspicions. If you are a pool owner in California and have been wondering how your swimming pool water usage effects the drought this is a must read.
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