Taylor Test Kits to Test Water Chemistry

With summer lingering on and warm temperatures keeping your pool water warm it is extremely important to test and balance your water chemistry weekly. Many residential swimming pool owners enjoy taking care of their swimming pools but plenty of them don’t as well. If you take care of it on your own, are you testing the water chemistry correctly and accurately? The best choice when it comes to testing your water is using the drop test method. At Weber Pools, we recommend Taylor swimming pool test kits for the best accuracy. Whether or not you take care of your swimming pool, you should familiarize yourself with Taylor test kits! In today’s swimming pool industry there are a variety of ways to test chemistry levels in your swimming pool and we highly recommend Taylor swimming pool test kits first. Taylor test kits are going to be the most reliable and the most accurate.

Taking a water sample into a pool store will always be the easiest but there are so many variables that can make that more challenging. We always say you can go to ten different pool stores and get ten different results. Which one is correct? Which one seems to be using equipment that uses pinpoint accuracy to get you the most accurate numbers? With that said, this is why we feel it’s extremely important that you know how to test the water on your own.  Using Taylor swimming pool test kits will make your life a lot easier, you are going to get the most accurate results, and those results will equate to much better pool experience. With Taylor test kits you can test for Calcium Hardness (CH), Total Dissolved Solids (TDS), Cyanuric Acid (CYA), chlorine, pH, Total Alkalinity (TA), and so much more!

Taylor test kits for swimming pools have been around since the late 1960s, but the company has been around since 1930. They are extremely popular in the industry and have a wide range of testing products to test all you could ever need and more. One of the biggest benefits of using these test kits is they use titration for testing accuracy. This is where you will count the drops used, instead of relying on a visual color comparison (test strips) which provides a larger range of miscalculation. This will give you the most accuracy when it comes to reading numbers. In the end, this will also allow you to be more accurate with what chemicals and how much is needed to balance your water chemistry.

Keep in mind, you will have options when it comes to testing kits and we want to help you find what is best for you and your swimming pool needs! In the end, to be able to properly balance your water chemistry you need to have accurate results. If you have any questions on why we choose Tayor swimming pool test kits, contact us today at 800-535-0778