Recycling Swimming Pool Water in Tucson, Arizona

Alternative To A Drain and Refill in Phoenix, Arizona

We are excited to announce that we picked up our Reverse Osmosis (RO) mobile filtration and are currently recycling swimming pool water in Phoenix, Arizona. Living with a swimming pool in Phoenix is extremely important especially with our extremely warm temperatures and now that those temperatures are here, it is officially swimming season. So, as residential and commercial swimming pool owner, what does that mean for you? Well, it means monitoring your water chemistry and filtration times is extremely important. It also means that monitoring your Calcium Hardness and Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) is also important. That is why we wanted to write this blog post and we hope it helps you to understand why recycling your swimming pool water can make it much easier to take care.

Our tap water in the Greater Phoenix area is extremely hard. By hard, we mean it is loaded with calcium, magnesium and other hardness minerals. In many areas of the valley, the hardness of the water coming out of the tap is 400 parts per million (ppm) and higher. As far as what is recommended for your pool, that is 200 – 400ppm. That means if you were to drain and refill your pool (standard recommendation) you would be starting out on the higher level of what is recommended. So our question for you is why would you want to drain your pool if you were just filling it back up with hard water? Wouldn’t it be better to save the water and swim in drinking quality water instead? If you answered yes than Foothills Poolwater Revival is definitely your best choice.

Foothills Poolwater Revival recycle pool water

At Foothills Poolwater Revival we service both residential and commercial swimming pools in Phoenix, Ahwatukee, City of Maricopa, Chandler, Tempe, Ocotillo, and San Tan Valley. We utilize Reverse Osmosis (RO) filtration that comes to your residential or commercial swimming pool and we recycle your pool water onsite. This process lowers the following troubling issues:

  • Calcium Hardness
  • Total Dissolved Solids
  • Cyanuric Acid
  • Phosphates
  • Salts
  • Waterborne Diseases
  • So much more

Our job is not only to conserve on average 85% of the existing water in your pool but also give you much better water than tap. On average we can recycle most residential swimming pools in less than a day, you can swim in the pool during filtration and after filtration is complete, the water will not only feel better but look better too!

If you’re curious as to how this process is performed, you can water a short video HERE!

With that said, if you are ready to take the step to better water, contact us today to learn more!