Swimming Pool Salt Systems
A home swimming pool is one of the best investments you can make for your home – especially when you can take above ground pools with you. A family pool can be as unique as the family that uses it, and that means choosing different cleaning and filtration systems based on their needs.
Saltwater filtration systems for swimming pools are an alternative option for routine pool maintenance. It should be mentioned that saltwater pools do contain chlorine. However, there is such a low level of chlorine because it uses a saltwater filtration system. The chlorine that is produced in these systems is not added through chemical solutions but a natural chemical process. Saltwater pools use a salt water chlorinator or a salt water generator.
At Pools Above Ground, we carry two essential brands of saltwater pool systems. From Solaxx, there is the Solaxx Saltron Retro Saltwater Pool System. High-quality and affordable, this saltwater filtration system works on both above ground and inground swimming pools, whether you've just purchased it or want to upgrade your system. This model can be installed in less than 10 minutes, and with fully automatic capabilities, it is an economical option for any homeowner.
We also carry saltwater pool systems manufactured by Hayward, coming in two models. The first, the AquaTrol Saltwater Chlorine Generator, has a built-in timer to control the pool pump. This model is ideal for pools up to 18,000 gallons. If you have a larger pool, the Hayward Aqua Rite Saltwater Pool System is for pools with up to 40,000 gallons.
Both Hayward models come with an automatic self-cleaning cell, which ensures that your pool gets the routine care that it needs without constant attention that seems like a chore. Each comprehensive package comes with a control box, salt cell, 24-hour timer controls, and pool pump, easy to read display, and a one-year warranty.
There are several benefits of having a swimming pool with a saltwater filtration system. The water in a saltwater pool is less drying on the skin and does not give swimmers the potential harsh side effects of chlorine. In comparison to a repository maintained by the use of chlorine, a saltwater pool takes much less maintenance. Saltwater generators should run for at least four to six hours per day, and it will consistently filter debris out without checking on it several times per week.
However, it is crucial to correctly scrub the liner of your saltwater pool once a year. Of course, this is something that is usually done with both saltwater and chlorine pools. However, with a saltwater pool has the updated risk of staining from salt rings. Because salt can be corrosive, it can damage your pool liner or any lights that you use in the pool. There are specialty pool liners that can withstand a saltwater pool to prevent this damage.
If you choose a saltwater pool system, there is no need to turn back: Pools Above Ground can help meet your needs whatever they may be.