If you have a pool and want to make sure it is sparkling all year long, you must have a regular pool maintenance routine. One main problem with pools is algae can develop, and when this happens your water will become contaminated beyond the point in which you can safely swim in it.
The pH level of your pool refers to how acidic the water is. A pool with high pH is likely to acquire algae. The target pH readings are between 7.2 and 7.6.
For pool water maintenance with no algae you have to maintain proper chlorine levels. Chlorine is responsible for killing any algae that begins to grow. It is recommended to keep your chlorine level at 1 to 3 parts per million.
Ohana Pool & Spa can take care of your weekly maintenance routine, along with chemicals, repairs, plaster and resurfacing of your pool.