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WIFI Pool Controllers

It takes a lot to maintain a commercial body of water. You have to not only keep the water clear and inviting, but safe for all of your bathers. This can be especially cumbersome if you manage more than one property. Wouldn’t it be nice to have the technology to manage the chemistry accurately AND remotely? And the ability to keep digital records accessible to all of your staff? Wowza!

Pool Monitoring Systems

Pool monitoring systems are the future of swimming pool maintenance. They help take the guesswork out of monitoring and dosing your swimming pools. They are great for homeowners as well as commercial bodies of water. What is a pool monitoring system and how can they benefit you? Let’s chat about it, shall we?

Cyanuric Acid in Your Pool Too High? How to Remove Cyanuric Acid (Lower Pool Stabilizer)

We use a chemical called Cyanuric acid to help our chlorine from burning off in the sun in a matter of hours. Cyanuric acid (CYA) is also known as “conditioner” or “pool stabilizer”. But we don’t want too much as this makes the chlorine much less effective, which in turn, costs you more money on chlorine. No bueno.

The Benefits to Pool Operators Who Use the Pool Shark H20 App

As pool and spa operators, water chemistry is a huge part of our jobs. It is imperative that we keep our bodies of water clear, clean, and, most importantly, safe. We do this not only for our bosses and clients but to keep the local health inspectors off our backs. It has been proven that pool operators who utilize the Pool Shark H2O App have a much easier time accomplishing all of these tasks....

Hiring a Pool Maintenance Company

We all know how to take care of a swimming pool. But you may be in a position where hiring someone else to do it just makes more sense due to your other responsibilities. Or, you may not know how to take care of a swimming pool. Either way, when looking for help, you have options and certain things to look for.

Meet Your Health Department Pool Regulations with Automation - FAQs

There is a lot to do to maintain a commercial body of water. We need to follow local guidelines. We want our water clean and clear and inviting. Most importantly, we want our water to be safe. Here are some frequently asked questions about owning and operating a commercial swimming pool and meeting the Health Department Pool Regulations.

Guide to Pool Controllers

Taking care of commercial bodies of water is no easy task. Especially if we operate more than one facility. There are so many things we need to be concerned about. We obviously have water safety as our number one priority. We also want clean, clear and inviting pools. We have to worry about safety equipment such as ADA lifts, drain compliance, signage, secure handrails, and ladders. We have to...

Benefits of Using A Pool Chemical Monitor

Taking care of a commercial swimming pool can be an arduous task. There is so much to worry about. Obviously, it is our job to keep the water safe. We also want clear, sparkling, and inviting water. It is our job as pool operators to ensure both of these things happen. We have to worry about safety equipment such as ADA lifts, signage, and handrails are in place. We have to make sure our drain...

Lowering Alkalinity in Swimming Pools

There are many fields we need to test for to ensure clean, and most importantly, safe swimming pool water. We need to check for sanitizer, pH, alkalinity, cyanuric acid, calcium hardness, total dissolved solids, metals, and salt, if applicable. All of these factors tie together in what is known as the Langelier Saturation Index. While each individual field is important, the overall condition of...

Chlorine Shock vs Non-Chlorine Swimming Pool Shock

We all use sanitizer to keep our bodies of water safe. Chlorine is the most widely used form of sanitation. It is available in granular, liquid, and tablet form. Some of us may manually add it while others have chemical feeders. There comes a time in every pool operator’s life when we need to shock, or oxidize, our pools and such. How do we know whether we need a chlorine shock or a non-chlorine...

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