Are you dealing with a Green Pool, Back Algae or Chlorine Residual issues? We have the expertise to correct and ensure that these issues do not happen again.
Algae a.k.a Green Pool - This is when you have green algae floating and clinging to the walls of your pool.This ranges from moderately serious to extremely serious. In less serious cases it will form green clumps along the walls and bottom of the pool. When it gets serious it can clog your swimming pool filters and damage your swimming pool equipment.
Black Algae - This type of algae gets into the crevices and cracks in the pool plaster. This type of algae is non-responsive to chlorine.
Chlorine Residual- This happens when the pool has too many contaminants.
Cloudy Water - Murky appearance of the water can come from low sanitizer levels, lack of routine oxidation, poor circulation, and bad filtration. The water becomes upset and clouds up.
Foam - Foam happens when the poo has been inundated with contaminants or by jetted returns or water features. Foam will eventually cease once the use of an anti-foam ingredient is added to your pools chemistry.
Yellow Algae- This is a form of algae that cannot be helped with added chlorine. This is a very sophisticated algae that is resistant to chlorine and must be brushed away.
Scale - You get this when the calcium levels are too high leaving a residue behind.
Staining - This happens when the pool chemistry is off or too much sunlight and it can destroy your pools surface and swimming pool equipment.