Water cleanliness is important in home pools and it’s critical for commercial pools. The department of health has set forth specific rules and regulations governing every facet of public pools ranging from fencing to chemicals. It includes any swimming pool or wading pool, used by the general public, along with those operated by health spas. Depending upon the number of people that’s served, some homeowner association pools may also fall under those guidelines.
Pool water must be regularly sampled and the appropriate chemicals applied in the correct amount. The pH balance must be maintained and chlorine levels achieved to minimize contamination by bacteria, viruses, and fungi. The Florida climate makes swimming available year-round and maintaining a commercial pool is a constant and ongoing concern.
Owners of commercial pools are typically focused on providing guests with an enjoyable experience. They often lack the time, knowledge, and certification needed to keep a pool in optimal condition and that can lead to expensive litigation if someone becomes sick.
That’s where the services of a professional pool company are indispensable. It’s money well spent. An added bonus is that the professionals have the tools to scan for defects and areas of potential trouble in the future, along with the specialized knowledge required for commercial pools to ensure they meet all safety codes. No establishment wants to have their pool closed or the costly fines for non-compliance issues.
Anyone that operates a commercial pool wants to provide a quality pool environment for guests. That means a pool that’s clean, safe, and hygienic. A professional pool company is a solution. They can test, apply chemicals, clean and identify potential problems, and maintain all facets of pool filtration systems.
The standards for pool water safety are especially important during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Florida Department of Health has determined, through guidelines issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), that the virus is rendered inactive with proper application of chlorine or bromine concentrations within the water. Pool professionals can ensure a safe experience.
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