Are you losing water?
It is that time of year again. We are having cool nights and high wind speeds. Your pool water a lot warmer than it is outside, this causes EVAPORATION. This will continue being an issue until the water and air temp are the same.Read more
When a Hurricane is coming what to do with your swimming pool.
How to Secure Your Swimming Pool Against a Storm
You know how to protect yourself from a storm, but what about your swimming pool? These are some of the ways you can minimize the damage to your swimming pool that might be caused by a tropical storm or hurricane.Read more
Energy Efficiency – Not just for pools!
It is also possible to make your spa energy efficient. Portable spas are more energy efficient than in-the-ground spas because they are better insulated and usually have covers.Read more
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Looking to save money on energy costs related to your swimming pool? Variable speed pumps may be the answer. (Part 2)
If you live in Port Orange, Florida and your filter pump motor dies you will face one of 3 options. Because of new laws that went into effect in last July (2011) you must install either a 2-speed or variable speed motor on your main circulation pump. To help you choose what to do if you are facing this decision I will talk a little about your options.Read more
Combined chlorine (Chloramines) and your swimming pool – What you need to know!
Chloramines are the result of insufficient free chlorine and usually result in a strong chlorine odor in and around the swimming pool. Chloramines are formed as a product of nitrogen and active chlorine (hypochlorous acid – HOCl). The nitrogen is most commonly introduced into the pool water as ammonia in the form of sweat and (unfortunately) urine.
Chloramines (combined chlorine) are poor sanitizers and have a gaseous tendency. The presence of chloramines (and dichloramines/ trichloramines in particular) cause the following physical symptoms:Read more
Quick Tip For Outdoor Swimming Pool Owners
For more tips on how you can save on energy costs for your swimming pool stay tuned for more from Abyss Pools