Protecting against harmful bacteria and parasites is important for the maintenance of good health. What does this mean for pool owners and enthusiasts? That means that if we want to be serious about reducing our exposure to harmful bacteria and parasites, we need to perform regular maintenance on our pools. E. coli and Cryptosporidium, for example, can survive in improperly treated swimming pool water. Moreover, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, a person can come into contact with recreational water illnesses by breathing in “mists or aerosols from water contaminated with germs.”
Protect Your Pool with Properly Treated Water
Properly treated water helps to protect against bacteria and parasites. Our pool cleaning professionals know how to properly measure and adjust your pool’s chlorine and PH levels. This helps to keep harmful bacteria like E. coli and Cryptosporidium under control so that you and your family can fully enjoy your pool while knowing that you are protected. Protecting your pool with properly treated water also helps to ensure those nasty irritations like dermatitis do not end up all over your guests with sensitive skin.
Prevent Unpleasant Debris Build-up with Professional Brushing
The simple truth is that brushing your pool with a suitable pool brush will prevent basic debris build-up. Here at Alan Jackson Pools we use specialized pool brushes to ensure that algae and other substances are dislodged, removed, and collected by net or via one of the filters. This helps to keep your pool clean and looking its best!
If you have not done so already, take a moment to review your pool’s maintenance plan to ensure that it covers all the bases needed to protect you and your friends and family from unwanted bacteria and parasites. Make certain that your plan prepares you to tackle the problems discussed in this post. If you do not have a maintenance plan for your pool, take action and contact us for a free assessment of your pool’s maintenance needs.