"Saltwater pool conversion" might sound like there is a lot involved. If you're wondering how you convert to salt, it really doesn't involve any big procedures. In fact, it's very DIY-friendly. If you can use some basic tools (or have a handy friend to help) you can do it yourself in about an hour.
Converting from chlorine to a saltwater pool simply means...Read more
Once you start thinking about the pool again, many pool owners who still use chlorine ask themselves again if they should put a salt system on their pool, but don't know what to think about what they've heard. A very common question that comes up is "I've been thinking about changing my pool to saltwater, but I've just heard so many different things about it. Is it true that...Read more
The Pros and Cons of Saltwater Pools
Well today, were going to be going over just that: the pros and cons of owning a salt water pool. Is it the right thing for you? Let’s take a dip and find out.
1. Reduction in pool expenses
2. Reduction in maintenance
3. No harsh smell
4. Water that does not irritate your skin or hurt your eyes
Cons for having a salt water pool
1. Initial investment
2. Heavy salt bags
3. Have to clean the cell when it gets dirty
4. Cell will need to eventually be replaced
If you’re ready to save money on chemicals and start enjoying your pool, or if you have more questions, just give give us a call - we look forward to hearing from you.