Keeping your pool in great shape is more than just using a filter and a skimmer every once in a while and making sure that the algae doesn’t grow. If yo’ure going to maintain your pool correctly, you will need to learn a little about making sure that the chemical balance is right in your Brisbane fibreglass swimming pool.
Ask any pool dealers Brisbane and they will tell you that people who don’t keep pool’s chemicals correctly balanced can face some very serious problems. After the fibreglass pools Brisbane installation, make sure that you know at least thje basics of keeping the proper ph balance and the right chlorine mixture.
pH Balance –
If you’ve never owned a pool, it’s likely that you have heard others speak about the right pH. pH is a measure of how acidic or how alkaline the water is in your pool. The scale runs from 0 to 14. If the water measures below 7, it means the water is acidic. If it shows you a measure above 7 then it is alkaline. 7 is a neutral rating. Ideally it should stay between 7.0 and 7.8. In a fibreglass pool, you’ll shoot for keeping the pH between 7.0 and 7.2.
The pH has a huge effect on the way that your chlorine actually cleans so if you keep the pH level well balanced then your chlorine will work well but if you don’t, then the chlorine cannot clean the pool properly.
If you’re not sure about the right levels in your fibreglass pool, ask the experts at MyFibreGlassPoolEasy.com.au. They can help to advise you on the pools that they offer.