- Engineering & Permitting (this may take 4-6 weeks depending upon the municipality)
- Pre-site inspections (in-house & utilities)
- Excavation & steel
- Gunite (concrete shell) & backfill
- Brick & tile
- Deck installation
- Enclosure, baby fence & equipment installation
- Prep, plaster & fill with water
- Final inspections (in-house & municipal)
- Pool School (orientation & operation instruction)
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Advantages to Saltwater Pools
Saltwater pools are on the rise as an alternative to traditional chlorine-based pools. Aside from being a more natural option, saltwater pools have a number of advantages. They don’t require you to buy, store, or handle a lot of chemicals. These pools also need less routine maintenance. Although they are more expensive upfront, they pay for themselves after a few years because of reduced running costs. If you are thinking about installing a pool in your home, you should consider getting a saltwater swimming pool.
One of the first advantages of saltwater swimming pools is the level of comfort you experience. Salt is softer on your skin than chlorine. Also, chlorine has the tendency to cause red eyes, itchy skin, and discolored hair. If you use plan to use your saltwater swimming pool on a regular basis, you won’t have to suffer any of those symptoms of chlorine.
Another advantage of saltwater swimming pools is the lowered use of chemicals. People who own saltwater pools don’t have to store and handle toxic chemicals on a regular basis. This means that a saltwater swimming pool is more environmentally safe. You also won’t have to suffer the odor of chlorine anymore. The levels of chlorine in the water are low while still being effective. This also means that you won’t have to deal with dry skin, green hair, and fading swimming suits.
Lower maintenance is also one of the advantages of saltwater swimming pools. They virtually clean themselves and require much less attention than pools that just use chlorine. The chlorine generator converts salt into chlorine, so you don’t have to keep a constant check on the water sanitation. Algae does not grow as rapidly in saltwater pools because of the low stabilizer levels. Stabilizer is a chemical added to offset the harshness of chlorine. Because saltwater pools don’t have the chemical chlorine, a stabilizer isn’t required.
Over time, you will save money with a saltwater pool. While the best pool options are initially a lot more expensive to put in, they are a more cost-effective system in the end. Converting your traditional pool to a saltwater pool is not terribly expensive. Even with the extra expenses, you will make up for that loss after about two years. For many, this is one of the advantages. Chlorine is very expensive, and as compared, the amount of salt you’ll use during a year is very inexpensive.
Salt is a lot softer on skin, hair and eyes then chlorine. Chlorine as a chemical form consists of added chemicals to help stabilize the product, these additives cause irritation. This means there are many health benefits of a saltwater pool versus a chlorine pool, including: No red irritated eyes, no itchy, irritated skin, they are less harsh on your hair and they are far more suitable for asthma and allergy sufferers.
Saltwater systems can be used with any body of water– whether it’s a small hot tub for the home or a large commercial pool. In fact, saltwater purification systems are easy to install and can even be completed by the homeowner.
Sized to suit your particular pool or spa, a Saltwater Sanitizing System can provide all of the sanitizer necessary to maintain your pool/spa water in perfectly healthy condition, in an environmentally-perfect manner, by using and recycling a natural product – salt.