The Puripool Process in San Diego California

With water conservation, a priority in California an eco-friendly solution for your swimming pool is becoming more and more of a necessity. That is why we are excited to finally be offering The Puripool Process to residential and commercial swimming pool owners in San Diego County. This process of recycling residential and commercial swimming pool water to lower Calcium Hardness, Total Dissolved Solids (TDS), Cyanuric Acid (CYA), phosphates, nitrates, salts, and other waterborne diseases from the swimming pool started about fourteen (14) years ago.

In the Southwest United States, our fill water is extremely hard and loaded with a lot of calcium, magnesium, and other hardness minerals. Over time, calcium scales the interior finish of the pool, the water tile line, the plumbing, and the filtration equipment causing significant damage to the swimming pool. Typically, when this happens most swimming pool owners are told to drain their swimming pools and fill them up with the hard water from the tap. But that is a huge waste of water and our recycling process is much better… conserving up to 85% of the existing water!

As of March of 2023, we at Williams Water Purification, located in the San Diego area of California have become another Service Provider for Pure Water Industries and are proud to be servicing residential and commercial swimming pool owners in San Diego, Carlsbad, Escondido, Vista, Oceanside, Poway, and many more. If you are looking for a way to not only conserve water but also have high-quality water in the swimming pool please call us today at 760-908-8896.

According to Ken Scheer, Vice President of Pure Water Industries, “He’s going to be a great addition to our team. He has a world of knowledge when it comes to the swimming pool industry and will be great in helping restore your swimming pool water. Good luck, Tyler!”

About Williams Water Purification

Tyler Williams is the owner and operator of William’s Water Purification. As a transplant from Rockford Illinois to Carlsbad California, I quickly fell in love with all that San Diego had to offer. Living in a small beach community was a dream but I later felt called to serve my country and joined the Army in 2011 where I served for 9 years. When I finished my time in the Army I secured a position with CalFire as a city and wildland fireman. My experiences in CalFire and the Army both heavily influenced my curiosity and passion for water renewal and conservation. After many years now working in the pool industry, I’ve witnessed millions of gallons of water wasted needlessly which finally fueled my decision to invest in water renewal technologies.