As your pool water evaporates over time, it can leave minerals and contaminates gained from those who swim in it. These minerals and contaminates can cause the chemical balance in your pool to go out of a "safe for swimming" range. When this happens we recommend draining part or all of your pool, replacing it with fresh water, in order to get those chemical levels back to normal range and safe for everyone to swim in.
Part of being a pool owner is managing the quality of the water. Over time, it’s natural for pool water to evaporate. However, this leaves minerals and contaminants, such as sunscreen, dust and pool-maintenance chemicals, to become more concentrated than normal. This can make it difficult to balance the chemical levels in your pool, which is why it’s important to periodically drain old water and refill it with fresh water. Doing so can be a difficult task for pool owners, which is why we ready to help.