How To Make Your Pool More Eco-Friendly

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There are numerous ways to make your pool more eco-friendly so you can enjoy it all summer long without guilt. Read on for our top tips to help you operate your pool responsibly and even enjoy some savings on your bills!

Use A Solar Cover

A solar cover will help your pool warm, keep debris out, and prevent evaporation. This means that you’ll be using your Kreepy Krauly to clean your pool less often and it won’t need to be refilled as frequently.

Take Proper Care

Clean your pool regularly and maintain a proper pH level with the correct chemicals. This will prevent water waste and unnecessary filling. If you need help with your pH levels, we offer free water testing in store.

Clean Your Filters

This will help avoid repairs and it will also prevent your pool from working harder than necessary. Clean your filter at least once a week to ensure that it’s operating efficiently.

Make Sure There Are No Leaks

Over time, the smallest leak can amount to thousands of litres of lost water, not to mention it could also affect the integrity and structure of your pool. Investigate thoroughly if you have any reason to suspect a leak and have it fixed as soon as possible.

Keep The Temperature Low

If your pool is heated, keep the temperature low in order to conserve energy. Also consider keeping a solar blanket on top to hold the heat in naturally.

Use Eco-Friendly Chemicals

You should be able to enjoy your pool without worrying what nasty chemicals are in it.

Our favourite line of pool cleaning products are by Dazzle. We trust this line of products because they are healthier and more natural. Dazzle strives to be as eco-friendly as possible without compromising effectiveness.

Your friends at Cannonball Pools in Milton are always here to help with all your pool maintenance needs. Book your pool opening today and take a look at our list of services here.

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