Chlorine is the first defense against germs that can make swimmers sick. We vigilantly monitor chlorine levels and pH, making adjustments accordingly. The chlorine level in a pool should ideally be maintained between 2 and 4 parts per million (ppm), and should never fall below 1 ppm. The pH should be maintained between 7.2 and 7.8. Keeping the pH in the proper range will help maintain chlorine’s germ-killing power while minimizing skin and eye irritation.
Keeping your pool cleaning equipment running properly is extremely important. Filters help remove debris, while pumps circulate clean chlorinated water to all parts of the pool. This will ensure proper purification and disinfection for a healthy pool.