Swimming pools are a great way to relax and enjoy the summer, but algae can make it difficult. Algae is a natural part of any pool, but when it accumulates on surfaces like the bottom or sides of your pool, you need to take steps to control its growth. We discuss what causes algae in pools, how to identify if your pool has algae, and ways that you can use products it fight off. We’ll also talk about some preventative measures that you can take before pool algae even start growing!
Got black algae in your pool? It's extremely difficult to get rid of because it's actually a type of bacteria. But knowing that is half the battle won.
You remove the pool cover and yikes! It's a green pool! You have an algae problem. Just a few steps and a few chemicals will clear the water in no time.
Sanitizer alone won't prevent an invasion of algae in your pool. Get rid of algae and keep it from coming back so you can enjoy a clean, clear pool again.
Remove the algae in your salt water pool with aggressive treatment and consistent prevention. Attack that algae today and enjoy your clear pool tomorrow.