Broward Pool cleaning

Phosphates in Swimming Pools

Phosphate is a natural component of most swimmer wastes. It is also present in rainwater, lawn and garden fertilizers, vegetation, municipal water, and cosmetic items on bathers. For all of these reasons, pools can quickly build up high phosphate levels. This creates an abundant and

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Leaking Detection Service

If you notice a larger than normal evaporation (more than 1/4 inch per day) decrease in pool water level, you have good reason to suspect a pool leak. 1. Common places for leaks in swimming pool shells include the skimmer, main drains, light niches, return

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Chloramines / Combined Chlorine If you smell “chlorine”, coming from your pool, what you really smell are combined forms of chlorine, also called chloramines. Chloramines are chemical compounds formed by chlorine combining with nitrogen containing contaminates in the pool water. These, are still disinfectants, but

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leak detection

Heat Pump or Gas Heater for Pool

One of the most asked questions when deciding to purchase a heater for a pool or spa is which unit should I purchase, a gas heater or heat pump. Typically if you are only going to spot heat or use very limited heating through out

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Pool renovation

Bubbles in the return flow

If there is a strainer with loose cover or a damage gasket, check and replace the cover or gasket as necessary. The pool water level may be too low, allowing air to mix with water through the skimmer. In this case, raise the water level.

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Free H2O Test – Pool Services

The term minimalism is also used to describe a trend in design and architecture where in the subject is reduced to its necessary elements. Minimalist design has been highly influenced by Japanese traditional design and architecture. In addition, the work of De Stijl artists is a major source of reference for this kind of work.

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