Being the owner of a pool is both fun and rewarding, however; it also carries a huge responsibility. While injuries due to slips and falls obviously have the chance to occur, you also need to be aware of the hidden danger of stagnant pool water. Water stagnation, also known as "standing water," happens when water stops moving or flowing.
For a pool manager, there is nothing worse than having to be the bearer of bad news by notifying guests of your commercial pool that the pool needs to close for maintenance. Commercial swimming pool maintenance is important; staying on top of it is essential. Providing a great and safe experience for your guests is a manager’s priority. With these tips, guests will be well on their way to a fun-filled day at your pool!
You are a responsible pool owner. You regularly check your pool levels to make sure the chemicals are balanced and perform weekly maintenance checks. Unfortunately, though, like most Floridians, you are dealing with hard water. Hard water, while not ideal, is not the end of your fun-filled days in your swimming pool.