When talking to your pool equipment and services repair expert, ask him how to incorporate money savings and environmental improvements into the renovation project. Also, keep in mind that when your pool needs to replace equipment because it is worn out, you will want to talk to your builder about installing money-saving and environmentally-friendly equipment; this has the double duty of helping the environment and saving money.
Here are some updates you should consider:
Natural Pool: A natural filtration pool is popular in Europe and is fished in the United States. With the facility, your service technician will build an adjacent pond that will filter and purify the pool water; this reduces the need for chemicals the water in these facilities is great for people who have skin sensitivity to chemicals.
Solar Pool Cover: The pool cover helps prevent evaporative water loss, as well as evaporative chemical losses – consider it an economical double hit. If you install an automatic pool enclosure, it is easier to cover the pool when it is not in use. If you don’t have a budget for automatic coverage, consider using bridge coverage. Any cover that blocks the sun’s rays helps prevent evaporation and also keeps the pool water warm.
Cartridge Filters: The sand or DE filter requires periodic rinsing, which means you will leak and need to replace between 150 and 300 liters of water every few weeks. Cartridge filters do not need to be washed again, they are easy to clean and replace.
Increase the performance of the pool heater: due to the position of the return jets – a few centimeters from the surface of the pool – the water heated by the pool heater could take several hours to circulate; this means your stove has to work hard and long to keep the water hot. If your service provider installs a return jet extender, you can direct the heated water to the bottom of the pool where it will heat up faster, reducing your energy bills. If you have a heater extension, you will improve water circulation and prevent algae growth.
How do you choose the right automation unit for your needs? It is best to spend some time with your Swimming Pool Services professional – he or she will be able to explain the features, benefits and help you determine what you want to take care of automatically and what you will continue to use their pool service for maintenance. As with any other project, you’ll need to keep your budget in mind before you start shopping, as it’s easy to get swayed by features that may not be in your budget.
Once you have determined what you want your automated system to take care of for you, take the time to consult with pool service experts and take the time to research online to fully understand all of its capabilities. When you meet your pool service professional, you will be a well-informed consumer of your automated pool service needs.
Work with your pool service provider to incorporate these and other money-saving technologies into this pool. While you may have to pay a little more upfront for environmental and economic savings, they will pay off in the long run. Gradually upgrading helps the family budget.