Green pool, brown pool or black pool

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A pool that is neglected can quickly go green, especially over Summer, where once the free available chlorine is used up, any remaining algae spores can thrive. If the water is high in nutrients, particularly phosphates, a pool can literally go green overnight

If the pool is left for longer periods, the water can end up black and the pump may become siezed.

Pool Guys know how to bring back a green pool and water to condition, service the pump and filter, and have you and your family back swimming in no time.

We initially shock and balance the pool to kill off all nasty bacteria and algae.
Next we add pool clarifier chemicals to floc all the dirt and debri to the pool floor.
Then we vacuum all of the mess away. Often a good scrub of the pool walls and floor and more chemicals are required.

Finally we test and balance the pool water to ensure it is all at safe levels again, and return your equipment to automatic mode, meaning your pool will be back in condition for you and the family to swim without having to worry.

A swimming pool that has been left for a long time can also end up with staining on the surfaces.

If the you fnd significant pool staining, this can generally be treated with different chemicals depending on the severity.

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