Lowering Calcium Hardness in Your San Diego Pool

If you live in an area with high levels of Calcium Hardness, it will destroy your swimming pool. As an owner of a residential or commercial swimming pool in the San Diego area, you are going to have to deal with high levels of Calcium Hardness in your swimming pool. This is a direct result of our tap water which has high levels of calcium and other hardness minerals. Since we live in an area with higher than normal levels of hardness minerals you need to be concerned about what it is doing to your swimming pool. If you have noticed scaling on your faucets and showerheads could you imagine what is doing to your pool?

When your pool water evaporates and you or your automatic refill adds our hard water to it, it adds more calcium. This occurs because as the water evaporates, the calcium remains in the solution and gradually increases in concentration. When this happens calcium will scale on your water tile line, interior finish, filtration equipment, decorative water features, and spillways. Calcium will also scale your plumbing which can cause filtration issues as well. As a swimming pool owner, this should concern you because when calcium and other hard minerals scale your equipment it can be extremely expensive to fix and remove. But, we have a solution you’re going to LOVE! Keep reading to learn more about it…..

The Puripool Process

At Williams Water Purification, which is located in San Diego county, we recommend lowering the calcium in the water every two years. Not only will this prevent damage to your pool but it will also give you the best water to swim in. We utilize a mobile filtration process where we come to your residential or commercial swimming pool and recycle your pool water onsite. Specifically, we utilize Reverse Osmosis (RO) filtration which has the ability to lower Calcium Hardness, TDS, and CYA while conserving up to 80-85% of the existing water in the swimming pool.

If you’re curious about how you can be swimming in the best water quality today, please contact us to schedule an appointment.