Chandler Pool Service & Repair
POOL SERVICE CHANDLER AZ TURN YOUR POOL FROM GREEN TO BLUE
Everyone who has a pool, at some time or another, has to deal with pool algae. Fortunately for you, we are here so you don’t have to deal with cleaning it up and getting your pool sparkling clear once again!
We will determine what type of algae is causing the problem and will then take a look at the factors that caused the problem to begin with. This could be filter problems, poor chemistry, poor circulation etc. Our staff will then let you know what’s going on and discuss with you the solution. We have all the chemicals to get rid of the algae issue and will give you tips for preventing it in the future. TIP #1---DON’T LET THE PROBLEM FESTER! The longer you wait, the more effort it’s going to take to get your pool clear again. Last thing you want to do is have to drain and refill your pool.
If your pool needs to be turned from green to blue, simply call Chandler Pool Service and Repair and we will arrange to come take a look at the problem, let you know what it needs and provide you with a no obligation cost estimate.
Types of Pool Algae
At times, the type of algae making a home in your pool, might not be obvious. Sometimes it is hard to determine what type of algae is growing due to the fact that your pool will most likely be cloudy. Different types of algae will require different types of treatment. The first thing to do is try and take a close look at any spots that algae is growing.
Green Algae: It is the most common of all the types of algae. Luckily it is also the easiest the kill. Green algae is usually found on pool walls and the bottom of the pool. It floats in the water making it cloudy and giving the appearance of a green color. Algae can enter a pool through natural conditions like rain or wind but it can also enter by contaminated equipment, toys or swimwear. Lack of a good filtration system or poor chemistry can pave the way for a quick burst algae growth, sometimes overnight!
Yellow Algae: If you start to see what looks like a “mustard” colored growth, usually on the shady side of your pool, this is yellow algae. It’s not as common as green algae and certainly not as easy to get rid of since it’s resistant to chlorine.
Black Algae: The mother of all mothers of algae! This gross stuff is most common in plaster pools and digs its roots right into the concrete surfaces. It’s a B****h to get rid of and will come back quickly unless you take aggressive measures and follow up with preventative measures so it doesn’t happen again in the future.
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