All of our customers understand the importance of maintaining their pools, but they also have another key thing in common.
They hire us because it helps them save time.
Any busy professional who is trying to manage the time they need to spend at the office, while ushering the kids off to softball practice, camp, horseback riding lessons and/or after school activities can be hard!
Finding the time to maintain their pools can be difficult, even on their slowest of days.
The good news is that maintaining the health of a pool isn’t difficult, as long as it’s done on a consistent basis.
When you work with Wetworks Pool & Spa you won’t just be paying for us to service your pool; you’ll get the added peace of mind that your pool won’t experience wide fluctuations in pH level, and that you won’t need to worry about it being suddenly overrun with algae.
Green lawns are great.
Green pools are not.
It’s also worth mentioning that when the chemistry of your water falls out of whack, the bad water chemistry can potentially cause damage to your filtration system. In addition to possibly needing to deal with damaged equipment, you’ll also need to buy a bunch of extra chemicals to get your water rebalanced.
Pool maintenance is about more than testing water and adding chlorine tablets
If you already work with a pool maintenance company, but you’ve noticed that all they do involves testing the water and adding some chemicals, you’re being cheated!
Anyone can add chlorine tablets to water—it’s not that hard. There is no special dance or ritual that a pool maintenance company can do that will make the tablets magic.
When you work with Wetworks Pool & Spa we understand that chlorine tablets can have side effects, which is why we use them sporadically. We find that using liquid chlorine will often provide the best results, and in most cases, we only use tablets during the hottest weeks of the summer.
Salt water pools need love, too
There has been this crazy rumor going around that saltwater pools are able to take care of themselves.
Spoiler alert: this is a rumor, and there is no truth to this statement!
You’ll still need to check the water to make sure the pH remains balanced. A saltwater pool may seem natural, because most people equate them to being similar to the ocean, but they are not even close. In fact, the average saltwater pool has only 10 percent of the salt that’s found in ocean water.
Most people are surprised to learn that these pools can be a lot harder to maintain, and if you don’t know how to properly maintain one before you invest in the install, you may want to consider sticking with chlorine.