Pool Draining - Grand Rapids Mi
Most inground swimming pools do not need to be drained. However, in certain situations, draining your pool is required. Don’t leave this job up to just anybody. We have been draining pools in the Grand Rapids area for man years.
The main reason for draining a pool would be if a repair needs to be made that cannot be repaired while the water is in the pool. The other reason is stabilize the level of Total Dissolved Solids (TDI). TDI is the measurement of everything you have ever dissolved in your swimming pool water. Having high TDI levels in your pool can cause cloudy water, scale and stains on the tile and plaster, salty taste to the water and trouble keeping chlorine level. The best way to lower your pools TDS level is to drain and refill the pool with fresh water. If you are curious about your TDS level, give our company a call and we can come out and test your water with a TDS test meter or test strip.
If you live in the Grand Rapids and surrounding West Michigan area and your pool needs to be drained, please give us a call.
There are certain rules and regulations that need to be followed when draining a pool. As a professional pool repair and service company in Kent County, we are very familiar with these local rules and regulations.
We service all residential and commercial pool, hot tub and spa’s in the Grand Rapids area. If your pools water color is looking cloudy or your tile and plaster has some stains showing, it might be time for a pool draining. Give us a call today!