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Thank you for trusting Sparkle Pools, the leading choice of homeowners and business owners in need of swimming pool maintenance in Chandler, with all of your pool and spa maintenance needs. Our knowledgeable and skilled workers are dedicated to meeting and exceeding the expectations of each and every customer we serve. If you’re in need of one-time cleaning, plaster or tile scrubbing, acid or chlorine wash, or green clean, please don’t wait any longer to give us a call!

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Maintenance Myths Regarding Backyard Swimming Pools

A big mistake made by those lacking knowledge in the field of pool maintenance is the belief that there is a single method of maintaining a swimming pool. The fact is that there are a variety of different techniques required, which typically depend on the features of the pool and the surrounding environment. As a result, looking for general swimming pool maintenance tips will not provide you with the answers you are looking for. A professional team can analyze your specific needs and ensure your pool is perfectly maintained all year around. Continue reading to find out more swimming pool myths.

MYTH 1: Saltwater Pools Don’t Need Additional Chemicals
At Sparkle Pools, we have heard of numerous swimming pool owners that looked to change to a saltwater pool because of the erroneous belief that it would ensure no other chemicals needed to be added. What they don’t realize is that pools need to have the right stabilizer, calcium hardness, pH and alkalinity levels, plus they also need to be shocked with regularity. Salt water pools have a salt chlorine generator that separates the chlorine and sodium molecules in the salt and the chlorine produced sanitizes your swimming pool.

MYTH 2: Draining Equals Cleaning
Pool owners that are looking for a DIY maintenance solution often believe that they can get rid of green water by draining the pool and scrubbing the algae from the walls and floor before refilling it. First of all, this involves a lot of work; secondly, it requires a lot of water; and thirdly, this action could result in structural damage to your pool. When it comes to withstanding the pressure of the water’s weight, there is a delicate balance in place and you don’t want to upset it unnecessarily. The best solution is to get in a professional team to add proper chemicals, scrub, and vacuum.

MYTH 3: Backwashing Your Filter is Effective
You should not consider backwashing your filter unless the pressure gauges indicate that the pool is 8-10 psi over the normal pressure level. Backwashing too often only wastes water and stirs up sand, which washes back into the pool. Confused as to how to read your pressure gauge? It is probably best to contact a professional pool service company.

MYTH 4: Use Household Cleaners & Baking Soda to Clean the Pool
We are aghast to learn that some pool owners still think that add baking soda to increase the water’s pH is a good idea! It is deemed to be an adequate replacement for soda ash, but this is not the case since soda ash has a completely different chemical makeup. You must always use professional chemicals in your pool to avoid damaging the water and the structure of the pool. If you aren’t sure of which chemicals to use, contact Sparkle Pools and one of our pool technicians will do all the hard work so you don’t have to!

Your swimming pool is a massive investment, so you need to do your best to protect it. Knowledge is the best way to achieve this and professional pool cleaners, such as those we employ at Sparkle Pools, are filled with it!

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