Does your pool look like it has seen better days? We can help!
It’s never a good sign if your pool water has gone a funky color. Whether it’s green or brown or any shade in between, our team at Cayman Pool & Spa can bring your pool back to its prime with our pool water testing and treatment services in the Cornelius, North Carolina area.
The most frequent question we get asked by our customers is “Is it safe to swim in?” — and unless we’ve administered pool water testing, the answer is no because of the risk involved. Water chemistry is an extremely important element to the safety of your pool water, and water must be balanced to eliminate the risk of water-borne diseases.
Our team at Cayman Pool & Spa is able to check for optimum pool water balance, and we will provide you with a treatment plan to get your pool back to its former glory in no time. Once our team has cleared your pool, we’ll ensure it receives regular application of the proper chemicals to maintain its water balance.
If you’re in need of pool water testing in the Cornelius area, don’t wait. We can help you maintain a safe swimming environment and ensure you have a comfortable swimming experience knowing you have our professional guarantee.
Think you may need pool water testing? We offer FREE pool water testing in store — just stop by one of our locations with a sample of your pool water, and we’ll be happy to test it for you on the spot!
FAQs About Pool Water Testing
We understand you may have questions for us whether you have a pool for the first time or you’ve had one for many years. We get questions about pool water testing all the time, so for the sake of your convenience, we have listed a few of them below and provided the answers. If you have further questions, don’t hesitate to reach out to us today. We are always happy to help.
Why is pool water testing so important?
As we mentioned previously, testing your pool water ensures swimming in your pool is safe to do. If the pool chemistry isn’t balanced, there may be some health risks associated. For instance, you might experience eye, nose, or skin irritation if there are too many chemicals. Alternatively, too few chemicals mean your pool may contain harmful microorganisms that can cause infections and illness.
Can unbalanced pool chemistry damage my pool?
Yes, unbalanced pool water can cause expensive damage to your pool. For example, pool water that is too acidic can cause corrosion. It’s important to test your pool, so you don’t have to spend lots of money on repairs or deal with damage to your liner and other pool equipment.
What kinds of things do you test?
We can test many things, such as pH, calcium hardness, chlorine, and much more.
What are reagents?
A reagent is a tablet, powder, or liquid material that is used in pool water testing. Some examples include OTO reagents and DPD reagents, which test for chlorine, bromine, and chlorine dioxide.