Swimming Pool Contractors and Designers
Ahner Inground Pools Unlimited LLC - (610) 262-0314
The Pool specialists, building one pool at a time.
Inground vinyl liner pools, all shapes and sizes. Complete pool packages, decorative concrete, safety covers, fencing unlimited, retaining walls, seasonal opening and closing, liner replacement, fully insured, no subcontractors, 24 hour services.
American Pools and Spas - (610) 440-3388
3610 MacArthur Road, Whitehall PA.
Visit our showroom. We are the largest dealer of in ground and above ground pools in the Lehigh Valley. We are a full service business family owned and operated.
Aqua Pool & Spa Supply Inc. - (610) 253-4892
1504 Sullivan Trail, Easton PA.
Commercial and residential, pools, spas, supplies and service. Liner replacement service, installation of all pools and spas.
Barry Bartakovits Custom Pools - (610) 838-8480
19 Main Street, Hellertown, PA.
Experience is the difference. Custom designed in ground concrete pools, 35 years experience, pool opening and closing, safety covers. Weekly and bi-weekly service available.
Lehigh Valley Pools - (610) 365-1122
Over 35 years experience
Custom In-ground vinyl liner and concrete pools. Free on-site estimates. In house crews, computerized liner replacements, complete restorations and repairs, custom safety covers.
Wood's Pools - (215) 538-2323
Simple to exotic custom concrete pools.
Wood's has over 30 years experience, no subcontractors used, they do it all. Spectacular boulder waterfalls and renovations are their speciality. Commercial and residential.
Swimming Pool Tips CHEMICAL SAFETY
Store your pool chemicals out of direct sunlight to prevent breakdown by UV rays.
Scale and corrosive conditions occur when pH, total alkalinity, calcium hardness and dissolved solids are out of balance. Frequent testing can help prevent these problems before they get out of hand.
Store pool chemicals out of the reach of children in sealed containers.
To maintain the proper level of residual chlorine when bather load is heavy, shock your pool once a week with a 3 to 5 times higher than normal dose of chlorine.
Chlorine is broken down by the sun's ultraviolet rays. Using cyanuric acid to stabilize the chlorine in your pool at the beginning of the swim season will help you maximize your chlorine's efficiency all summer long.
Filters remove suspended particles from pool water, but don't control bacteria or algae. Maintain a residual chlorine level of 1.0-3.0 ppm (parts per million) to kill bacteria and/or algae present in the water.
The ideal pH for pool water is 7.5. A pH range of 7.4-7.6 is considered acceptable.
Maintaining an alkalinity range from 80-120 ppm will help minimize changes in pH, which can result in scaling and corrosion.
To ensure accurate readings, replace test kit reagents annually.
To ensure the highest water quality, test your pool's pH and free chlorine levels daily, adding chemicals as needed.
Proper chemical usage is important for maintaining a healthy pool. Be sure to follow the chemical manufacturer's instructions closely regarding proper dosage for your size pool.
Add an algaecide and chlorine to your pool before covering it for the winter. It will ensure that the water is clear and algae-free when you reopen it the following season.
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