How to Make your Pool more Eco-Friendly
Thought it’s kind of ironic to look for ways to make a pool eco-friendly—after all you are using a lot of water to fill it up—there are a few ways to cut on power and waste especially when maintenance is concerned. Swimming pools are fun to have, especially if you’re the kind of person who loves to bring in company for a party or someone who loves the water but lives too far away from the beach. Here are a few tips on how to make your pool eco-friendly
Find Green-Friendly Alternatives for Pool Cleaners All that chlorine is not only going to be bad for your skin, it’s also bad for the environment. Thankfully, there are a number of alternatives to keeping your pool water clean without having to use chlorine. Everything from salts to certain plants is being used to clean pool water. Also, high-efficiency programmable pumps have become widely available in most swimming pool supplies shops. They cut cost on energy since they use a small amount of it.
Use Energy Friendly Bulbs Whether it’s inside or outside the pool, swaps your lights with power friendly ones like LEDs. You can find power friendly submergible lights which also give a better light quality. Your pool dock will never look brighter and better with these new outdoor friendly bulbs. You can get these at most hardware store or home supply shops.
Solar Panels for Heating Have solar panels installed on your roof or deck so you can use solar energy to heat up your pool’s water. Solar energy is one of the cleanest sustainable energy sources that we have. a lot of homes also use these solar panels for their bath water heaters so it’s good enough for your swimming pool. For comments and questions, feel free to contact our customer support hotline.