Recycling Your Pool Water
At some point as a residential or commercial swimming pool owner, a pool professional is going to suggest a drain and refill. Before you consider doing that, we ask that you read the rest of this blog post. Depending on where you live recycling the water in your swimming pool is a possible option and if it is we suggest you learn more about why it is the best option. In the Southern portion of the United States, the fill water for swimming pools is loaded with calcium, magnesium, and other hardness minerals, and even though some calcium is recommended for your pool (200 – 400 ppm) as water evaporates these numbers will start climbing. Since these minerals remain in solution, as they rise, it will start scaling the interior finish, the water tile line, decorative water features, and your pool’s filtration equipment. Calcium becomes a nightmare for swimming pool owners because it destroys the decorative tile, takes life off of your filtration equipment, and poses water chemistry issues as well. Not to mention if the scaling gets bad enough it can be expensive to remove.
When this happens you only have two options, you can drain the swimming pool and fill it up with our hard water in Dallas or you can recycle the swimming pool with The Puripool Process which uses Reverse Osmosis (RO) filtration to remove the minerals. If you decide to drain the swimming pool, it not only wastes the water in the pool but also wastes the amount of water that it takes to put back into the swimming pool. It can be a several day process, you lose hours that you could be swimming and as stated above, the fill water is already loaded with calcium levels that might be higher than the recommendation. Instead, you can choose to recycle the swimming pool water which is a great alternative to draining, conserves up to 85% of the water, and you can swim in the pool during the process.
Our mobile filtration system allows us to pull up to your residential or commercial property, drop a suction and return line into the swimming pool and filter out the Calcium Hardness, CYA, Total Dissolved Solids (TDS), salts, phosphates, nitrates, and other hardness minerals without draining the pool. There are several reasons why this is the best solution for your swimming pool:
- You can swim in the pool while it’s filtering
- This process usually takes less than 24 hours for residential swimming pools
- The interior finish isn’t exposed which can lead to cracks)
- Water conservation (we have conserved more than 60 million gallons so far)
- No need to rent a pump and have to be watching the pool while this happens
- You can drink the water that’s returning to the pool
- Increases the lifespan of the pool, pumps, and interior finish if performed regularly
- Water is soft and more fun to swim in
Typically, recycling your swimming pool costs a little bit more than a drain and refill but this process saves you time and money not to mention makes your swim experience much better without all those hardness minerals in the water. Contact us today to find out how you can have your pool recycled in the Dallas Ft. Worth area.