How To Lower Calcium Hardness In Your Swimming Pool!

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Lowing Calcium Hardness in Your Swimming Pool

If you own a residential or commercial swimming pool and live in the Greater Phoenix area you are going to have to deal with Calcium Hardness. Specifically in Ahwatukee, Chandler, City of Maricopa, San Tan Valley, Ocotillo and Tempe we deal with higher levels of calcium coming out of our tap water. In the swimming pool industry, Calcium Hardness is measured in parts per million (ppm) and the suggested range is between 200-400ppm. The challenge with that is our tap water is usually 400pmm and higher! So, the question becomes how do we lower Calcium Hardness in our swimming pools if the tap water is already on the higher end of what is recommended? This is a great question and one we are going to answer in this blog post!

From day one of filling up your swimming pool you are on the high end of what the industry recommends. When your pool water evaporates calcium, magnesium and other hardness minerals remain in solution and gradually increase in concentration. When this number rises it also causes the Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) numbers to rise too. When these two numbers increase, most pool professionals will recommend a drain and refill. At Foothills Poolwater Revival we knew this was a common recommendation and we wanted to offer residential and commercial swimming pool owners a much better solution. That’s why we offer Reverse Osmosis (RO) mobile filtration. The Puripool Process allows us to come to your swimming pool and recycle the water onsite. By using RO filtration we can lower the following issues that would suggest a water change…..

  • Calcium Hardness
  • Total Dissolved Solids
  • Cyanuric Acid (CYA)
  • Phosphates
  • Salts
  • Waterborne Diseases

Let’s face it, just because your swimming pool water is blue and clear doesn’t mean it is the safest to swim in. With numerous bathers, the addition of chemicals, sweat, body oils, suntan lotion, etc. pool water can be challenging to manage and that’s why we offer our service. Not only will this conserve approximately 70% of the existing water in the swimming pool but it will give you the best water quality to swim in. With RO filtration we are also able to give you much better water than tap. You can actually drink the water that is going back into your pool!! Our service comes to you, we can finish most residential swimming pools in less than a day, there’s no downtime and you will feel a difference in the water. The Puripool Process can be used on chlorine and saltwater swimming pools and it is the best way to lower calcium levels in your swimming pool safely. At Foothills Poolwater Revival we are committed to offering you a great service. If you’re interested in learning more or booking an appointment, contact us today!

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