Pool Ring Removal

When high levels of Calcium (and Magnesium and other minerals) in your pool water, they begin to deposit and scale on the sides of the pool. A water hardness test (aka Calcium Hardness test) can determine how many parts per million (ppm) of these minerals are in your pool. An ideal pool has 200 to 300 ppm of Calcium Hardness. When a pool is first filled with water, it normally has low levels of calcium. When water evaporates, you lose water but the minerals and old chemicals stay in the pool and the ppm of calcium hardness increases.

In parts of the country, like Arizona, where the city water out of the tap has between 200 and 600 ppm of Calcium and where air temperatures result in high evaporation rates, your pools calcium hardness will increase by 200 to 800 ppm every year! Since those nasty white rings can start appearing as Calcium levels go above 500 ppm, it can take less than a year for a white ring to start forming.

Tile Cleaning

Glass bead tile cleaning is a system that was developed to remove calcium deposits from your pool surface quickly and inexpensively. Tiny glass beads are propelled against the calcium deposits while under pressure, thus pulverizing the calcium deposits without harming the delicate tile or rock surface. The process can remove calcium from tile, rock, glass and Pebbletec surfaces. The process does not use any harsh chemicals and is environmentally friendly. Please call us today to schedule a free estimate and to find out more about the process.

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