We offer pool water testing services to keep your family safe and comfortable.
There are a wide variety of factors that can impact the chemical balance of your swimming pool. Aside from the pool cleaners you choose to use, things like sunblock or tanning lotions, how much sunlight your pool gets per day, and the size of your pool can all contribute to unbalanced pH levels.
If you’re concerned about the water quality of your pool or if you’ve noticed algae or bacteria growth, our team at Cayman Pool & Spa can help. We’ve served the Huntersville, North Carolina area for over 13 years, and we have the expertise needed to quickly and accurately determine the safety of your pool water.
You can call one of our experts for a home visit, or you can bring in a small sample of your pool water so we can conduct pool water testing in-store, completely free of charge. With a quick test, our technicians will be able to let you know what steps you can take to improve your pool water.
If our pool water testing uncovers an issue with your pool water, we offer a wide range of pool cleaners and supplies to remedy the problem effectively. For instance, chlorine-based pool cleaners are often suitable for treating algae and bacteria growth. However, too much chlorine can fade your swimwear and even turn blonde hair green! Finding the right chemical balance is key, and our experts can give you the information you need to get back to the correct pH level.
Contact us today for more information about our pool water testing services!
FAQs About Swimming Pool Water Testing
In order to keep your pool water clean and safe for swimming, you will need to keep the chemicals in the water balanced. To do that, you will need to schedule regular pool water testing. Our team at Cayman Pool & Spa has extensive experience in pool water testing, and we have received many questions about it over the years. Keep reading to learn the answers to some of our most frequently asked questions on this subject.
What chemicals do you test for?
Our swimming pool water testing services are designed to test the balance of various chemicals in your pool water, starting with chlorine. In addition, our team will test the pH levels, total alkalinity, and relative hardness of your water. If these levels fall outside of the optimal range, we will take steps to correct them.