Pool Service

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Jason Chittick
Angela Craft
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E-1: Process: swimming pools
Everything you need to know about swimming pool service is here.   Steps you should take for opening, closing, and chemical balancing.   It’s all here in this paper. There are proper steps to take when maintaining a swimming pool. Here are steps to opening a pool. There are steps to closing a pool.   There are steps to balancing your chemicals.
To properly open a pool you should follow these steps.   First you have to remove any water from pool cover.   Then carefully remove cover from the pool.   After you have safely removed the cover you want to take out any plugs that were put in returns or skimmers.   Fill your pump with water.   Last step is to turn the pump on.   If you follow the steps above you should have no problems opening your own pool. (http://www.greenvillepool.com)
Maintaining chemicals in a swimming pool is something anyone can do.   Most important chemical to test is the chlorine. You want to keep your chlorine at 1.0 to 2.0 p.p.m.   to avoid any algae from forming.   P.h. is also very important to keep metal objects like lights, ladders, and hand rails from deteriorating. You want to keep the p.h. level at 7.4 to 7.6 p.p.m. (http://www.poolandspa.com). When testing both chlorine and p.h. the amounts you need to add will be on the containers the chemical comes in.   Always be careful when dealing with chemicals and wear safety equipment.   Follow these steps and chemicals balancing are a breeze.
Here are some useful tips to help you close your pool.   First you want to pump your pool down.   The pool should be pumped down below returns for proper winterization.   Secondly you should blow all water out of suction and return lines. A big shop vac will do this with ease.   Also for added protection put a gallon of antifreeze in each line and plug the returns.   Last step is to put the pool cover on.   There are several different kinds of covers. Check with your...