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Pool Care Tips

    • According to the Association of Pool and Spa Professionals and the American Red Cross, the most healthful swimming temperature is 78 degrees. Lowering your heater thermostat to maintain a 78 degree or lower temperature will also help conserve energy.
    • When reopening your pool for a new season, make sure that your pump and filter are working properly before adding chemicals to the water.
    • For maximum filtration and energy efficiency, backwash or clean your filter regularly, as required.
    • Replace old energy hungry equipment with the new energy efficient systems.
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    • For more than five years old swimming pool, the chances are a new high efficiency gas heater could quickly pay for its self in utility bill savings.
    • To ensure the pool is clean and bacteria-free, check all water and chemical levels often and rectify as needed.
    • A pool should include many different barriers to ensure a child or animal cannot get into your pool. Some safety barriers include appropriate fencing, a safety cover and pool alarms.
    • If you use your pool only on weekends, install a programmable thermostat and lower your heater settings by 8 to 10 degrees during the week.
  • Run your pool’s pump during low rate times of the day and investigate the minimum time to run your pump. Explore how to cut your pump’s running time without jeopardizing the cleanliness of your pool’s water. Pump timers are a great way to ensure that they run at appropriate times for specific durations.