Questions about salt chlorine generators

What is a salt chlorine generator? In most basic terms a chlorine generator uses electrolysis in the presence of dissolved salt to produce hypochlorus acid. Hypochlorus acid is the sanitizing agent created by chlorine. The difference between a salt chlorine generator...

Tips for Weekly Pool Maintenance

General tips for pool maintenance If you do not have a pool service professional maintaining your chlorine or salt water pool it is best to check you pool chemistry at least twice a month depending on how much use your pool receives. This to consider are the age of...

Get your pool ready for summer

Lets begin It is that time of year yet again my fellow central Floridians! Yup, it is time to get your pool serviced and ready for summer time! Whether you decided to do it yourself, or hire a pool service professional such as Clarify Pool Service, here are six tips...

Pressure Washing Your Pool Deck

When it comes to pressure washing your pool deck, Clarify Pool Service has you covered! We pressure wash all types of pool decks, from concrete and wood all the way to composite. Although if you feel the need to wash your deck on your own, there are three things to...

Pool Plaster Issues.

White spots on your pool plaster commonly known as spot etching. The problem is typically assigned to poor pool chemistry, such as too high PH or too much chlorine. In reality, the process in which your plaster is applied to your pool is where it all begins. Improper...

Your Pool Chemistry

There are five major chemical levels that every pool owner in Central Florida should be concerned about and have a maintenance plan in order to maintain proper water chemistry. These are acidity/alkalinity, total alkalinity, free chlorine, calcium hardness, and...