Salt water pool
A saltwater pool is a type of swimming pool that uses salt to sanitize the water, rather than chlorine. Saltwater pools use a process called electrolysis to convert the salt into chlorine, which is then used to kill bacteria and other microorganisms in the water.
Felix's Swim Schools offers salt water pools in Swim School Markham and Swim School Thornhill
Some benefits of saltwater pools include:
- Softer water: The water in a saltwater pool is typically softer and less irritating to the skin and eyes than water in a chlorine pool.
- Less maintenance: Saltwater pools require less maintenance than chlorine pools, as the salt cell generates the chlorine automatically.
- Environmentally friendly: Saltwater pools do not produce the strong chemical smell associated with chlorine pools, and the water does not leave a residue on the skin or hair.
- Cost-effective: In the long run, saltwater pools are cost-effective as it eliminates the need to purchase and store chlorine.
- Lower chlorine levels: The levels of chlorine in a saltwater pool are generally lower than in a chlorine pool, which can reduce the risk of skin and eye irritation and other chlorine-related health problems.
- It is worth noting that Saltwater pool requires some maintenance like replacing the cell and salt level monitoring, also not all saltwater pools are the same, some have higher salt level than others which might have an impact on the longevity of the pool equipment.
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