Use Liquid Chlorine Instead of Tablet Chlorine For Perfect Pool Water Chemistry

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In the winter, we will often hear “Our pool guy has not been here for weeks”. After thorough investigation, our management finds out that this assumption is based on the chlorine tablet dispenser in the customer’s pool being empty. Many customers will assume that we have not serviced their pool, because there are no chlorine … Read more

Energy Efficient Pool Pump Installation In Newport Beach Could Save You Money

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Have you ever heard the saying “With every obstacle comes opportunity”? Well, it’s said many ways, but our homes are filled with gadgets and machines that need repair and maintenance. Innovation is constant and with necessary repairs come decisions and sometimes those decisions involve an investment that could lead to saving money. A new energy … Read more

Cloudy Pool Water

We’ve all seen cloudy pool water, but how does an expert pool service figure out so quickly what is causing it? The first thing we would check at Pool Heaven is the pool water chemistry. Is there enough chlorine immediately comes to mind. If we find that the chlorine level is low or at zero, … Read more

Non Chlorine Shock Does A Huntington Beach Pool Service Good

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You might be surprised at how complicated pool water chemistry can be. Some people think you just add chlorine every week and call it the day. Well, good luck with that one! If you care about the health of your family, you need to hire an expert Huntington Beach pool service certified in water chemistry. … Read more

Smelly Pool Water In Huntington Beach May Not Be From Too Much Chlorine

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We commonly hear new customers complain about their smelly pool water. They are interested in hiring Pool Heaven, because they think their current pool service is too aggressive with the chlorine. Smelly pool water is usually created from chemical compounds called chloramines formed by chlorine combined with nitrogen containing contaminants. Put simply, chloramines are chemical … Read more