Owning a pool is more than just having a place to relax and enjoy a sunny day. There are serious responsibilities that are attached to it as well. The most important responsibility may be keeping the pool water clean from intrusive and potentially harmful substances such as phosphate. If you live or run a business with a pool here in Port Saint Lucie, FL, you can always call upon Premium Pool Care Inc for meticulous pool cleaning services! I started my business in 2012 hoping to provide the areas I serve with exceptional services at affordable prices.
There are very serious reasons why you should hire a professional pool cleaning expert to provide your pool with an effective phosphate treatment. Phosphates occur naturally and are even present in rainwater. What makes them a problem is that they are a great food source for aquatic plant life. In terms of your pool, excessive amounts of phosphate will cause a sudden and rapid bloom of algae. How do phosphates get into your pool? They have a high presence in most fertilizers, mulch, soil, and even the leaves that fall into the pool. Since phosphates do not break down easily on their own, treatment is necessary to get rid of them and the algae they have been feeding.
Poor water quality in your pool can be easily detected by a greenish hue of the water, slimy and slippery surfaces, or green residue on the debris that have spent some time in the pool. Using time-tested methods, I can help restore the quality of your pool water. I will take all the necessary steps like backwashing the pool filter thoroughly and applying the phosphate removing treatment in exact doses. If algae have already made their presence known, I have a solution for that as well. After the recommended time for the treatment to be effective has passed, I can test the quality of your water for the phosphate levels present.
Call (772) 359-5548 and book my reliable pool cleaning services in Port Saint Lucie, FL! Let Premium Pool Care Inc make sure the water you swim in is clean, healthy and phosphate free!