Recycling Rather Than Draining a Swimming Pool
If you own a swimming pool and live in the Dallas Ft. Worth area, you are going to have to deal with hard water. This basically means that your Calcium Hardness (CH) and Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) levels are high in your swimming pool. Our tap/fill water is loaded with calcium, magnesium and other hardness minerals and is the primary reason as to why swimming pool owners need to change out the water in their swimming pool. In the Dallas area, the water coming out of the tap is roughly 300 parts per million (ppm). The recommended Calcium Hardness levels for a swimming pool are between 200 – 400 ppm. With our extremely high temperatures right now and an extended summer with higher evaporation, it causes these numbers to rise much quicker. When this happens, the hardness minerals remain in solution and gradually increase in concentration. When this happens, you will notice calcium scaling on the water tile line of the swimming pool, the interior finish, water features, and filtration equipment. Visually this can be extremely frustrating to see on the tile and decorative water features but it also ruins the interior finish of the swimming pool and the filtration equipment too. Based on the above information, with water this hard, it’s recommended to change out your water every couple of years.
At Weber Pools, we realize that this is an extremely common problem and have come up with a solution so you don’t have to drain your swimming pool anymore due to high hardness minerals. In the Dallas area, there are a large number of fiberglass and vinyl swimming pools. The risk of the liner collapsing or the swimming pool “popping out” of the foundation when you drain it is extremely high and common. The amount of money to replace the interior finish or reset the swimming pool is extremely expensive and not worth the risk. Concrete swimming pools are also at risk because you can easily crack the liner when the outside temperature is above 80 degrees and the liner is no longer wet. Due to these common factors, you should really think twice before draining your swimming pool.
Weber Pools is located in Grapevine, Texas and utilizes mobile filtration to recycle residential and commercial swimming pool water. These mobile Reverse Osmosis (RO) systems can come to your home or commercial property and recycle the swimming pool water instead of draining it. The interior finish is never exposed and since the water isn’t removed from the swimming pool you never have to worry about the plaster cracking or the swimming pool popping out of the foundation. With mobile RO you lower the risk of ruining your investment and you lower the following issues that most swimming pool owners deal with….
- Calcium Hardness
- Total Dissolved Solids
- Cyanuric Acid
- Waterborne Diseases
We realize that most swimming pool owners don’t think about issues like this but the above issues can happen and we want to make sure that you protect your investment by not causing major damage that can hit your wallet hard. If you should have any questions as to how this system works or can help you with your current water in your swimming pool, CALL US TODAY! 817-481-7665