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Pool Chemistry

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For many years, we have offered premier pool service and maintenance. We’ve always known that keeping pools clean was an issue, but were truly amazed by the influx of calls we received! There are a lot of swimming pools with major issues in their equipment and chemistry – don’t let your pool be one of them!

Pools can be very costly–we know this! Depending on the maintenance and a variety of factors, you can lose control of chemicals and all of a sudden your water is green. This can result in costly chemicals used, also crystal clear water doesn’t mean anything, you can have crystal clear, but the water can be turn Acidic or Alkaline. what that means, the water can get out of balance and start damage the plaster, the equipment and plumbing.

It’s best to address these issues right away – that’s where we come in! Give us a call and we will get that promptly and protect your swimming pool Plaster, Equipment, plumbing and water!

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

What causes plaster etching?

For swimming pools, water chemistry plays an important role in the life expectancy of a cementitious coating. It is important that the water chemistry is maintained to proper industry standards to maximize the long-term durability and aesthetics of the pool’s interior finish.

However, a cementitious interior finish’s overall life expectancy can be severely reduced whenever water is allowed to be in an aggressive condition for extended periods of time. The term “aggressive pool water” is considered to be water that is chemically outside of established balanced ranges. This aggressive water is capable of removing, dissolving, or otherwise reacting with components of the surface materials causing accelerated deterioration. This would include water that has low calcium hardness, low pH, low carbonate alkalinity, and/or a combination of these.

How often Should Check the water chemistry?

The pool/spa water pH, carbonate alkalinity, calcium hardness and total dissolved solids, should be frequently monitored and maintained with normal diligence such that the water is in equilibrium.Testing should take place one to two times a week for pH, total alkalinity and free/total chlorine and once a month for calcium hardness, stabilizer (cyanuric acid) and TDS. We encourages the use of the Saturation Index as the method to achieve balanced water. While APSP acknowledges an acceptable Saturation Index range of -0.3 to +0.5, they state the ideal range is 0.0 to +0.5. The NPC further refines the ideal range to 0.0 to +0.3. Certain high performance durability finishes can tolerate slightly negative indices for short periods of time.

What is the range of chemicals level for pool and spa?

Water chemistry for your pool varies depending on whether or not the plaster is within the first 28 days of its life. After the 28 Day Start-Up Procedure has been performed, weekly water chemistry should be maintained within the ‘ideal range.’ This range is as follows:


  • Free Chlorine = 1 to 8 ppm
  • pH = 7.2 to 7.6
  • Total Alkalinity = 80 to 120 ppm
  • Calcium Hardness = 200 to 400 ppm
  • Cyanuric Acid = 30 to 50 ppm
  • TDS = 300 to 1800 ppm (non-salt pools)




what is the estimate evaporation in pool ?

The rate of evaporation from open waters such as a swimming pool varies depending on climate variables including net solar radiation, wind speed, temperature, and humidity and water features.

While evaporation can be estimated using indirect methods such as pan evaporation or equations, the water balance approach, the estimate evaporation is between 1/4 of inches to 3/4 of inches per week.

According to the water balance method, evaporation from a swimming pool, for example, in a day, can be described as,

Evaporation = Initial Water Level + Rainfall + Water Added to the Pool – Water Lost via Leakage and Splash – Final Water Level.



How often we service your pool?

We service your pool weekly. call us for more information.

what is the locations we service?

We offer pool service, maintenance, repair, remodeling and new pool construction:

Far North Dallas, Addison, Carrollton, Coppell, The Colony, Frisco, Prosper, Celina, Allen, Mckinney, Lucas, Plano, Fairview, Aubrey, Dallas, Wylie, Parker,Little Elm, Flower Mound, Lewisville,

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