Why do you put chlorine in swimming pools?

If you want to keep your pool clean and healthy, you have to put a few chemicals in it. But why is that necessary? What does chlorine actually do to your pool? Let’s take a look at both the positive effects and the potential negative effects of chlorine in your swimming pool. Chlorine keeps your pool’s water sanitized. It kills the bacteria and microorganisms that are always trying to colonize in swimming pools. Chlorine works

Five ways to improve your backyard

 Some people treat their backyard like an empty canvas ready to be painted, while others may need a little nudge figuring out what to put in their yard. Wherever you fall in the spectrum, Pristine Pools would be honored to help you make the best decisions about any of these five ways to improve your backyard. Pools A pool is a welcome addition to many homes, but figuring out what exactly you want and need

The beginning of pool season

 Your swimming pool has been closed for months, but now it’s time to prepare it for pool season. This process is called opening your pool, and it’s an exciting time of year for pool owners. But what exactly is involved in opening your pool? When to open March is the earliest we recommend opening a pool in Oklahoma. Any earlier in the year and you run the risk of exposing your pool to freezing weather.

How to choose the right pool builder

 Purchasing a pool is a big decision and one that warrants some research to ensure you know who will be installing it and handling any maintenance needs. If you have decided to add a pool to your home, there are some important questions to ask as you search for the right builder. An easy way to get started is to ask friends, family, and neighbors who have a pool about their experience with their builder.

The differences between salt water and chlorine pools

You want a pool, but you don’t know how to sanitize the water the most efficient way? You’re not alone. You’ve heard that salt water “is the best”. In order to help with the decision, here is a quick comparison of the two choices. Cost On the initial start up of the pool, chlorine is the cheaper option. A chlorinated pool only needs a simple erosion feeder at the equipment. Salt water pools use an

A clear, clean pool with fewer chemicals

If you have a pool, you probably want the option of diving in to clear, clean water whenever you feel like swimming. Many of us remember those times as children when we wanted to swim but couldn’t because the chemicals weren’t properly balanced in the pool. And perhaps we also remember those times when the chemicals weren’t quite right but we swam anyway, which resulted in red, irritated eyes. Luckily, there are better options now