Pool Chemicals

Pool chemical safety is the responsibility of backyard pool owners, professional pool service providers, and community pool managers. If you’re reading this you’re likely a backyard pool owner, perhaps you’ve purchased or are thinking of buying your pool from the number one Omaha pool company – Phoenix Pools. We proudly offer the industry-leading E-Z Pool water care program. If you have a pool or are thinking of getting one, you’re going to need to learn something about pool chemical safety.

Why Chemicals?

Pools can be compared to communal bathtubs. Although they’re a lot more than that, and nobody is using shampoo and soap, the bottom line is oils, dirt, and bacteria that is on people get washed off and mixed in pool water. Chemicals are necessary to help maintain pool water quality. Their role is especially warranted when people ignore the advice to shower before entering the pool – which seems to be most of the time. Each person who enters a pool without showering first brings with them about 0.14 grams of fecal matter. We know it’s gross, but aside from that, it’s dangerous. 

Pool chemicals destroy pathogens that could be ingested by swallowing even small amounts of water. Other chemicals are used to control the pH of the water, which maximizes the effectiveness of the disinfectants. Chlorine-based chemicals, the most popular, do a fantastic job at destroying a wide range of pathogens in pool water.

E-Z Pool Water Treatment

E-Z Pool is a once a week application that keeps your pool water safe and clean. It’s a unique blended multi-tasking formula that eliminates the confusion of adding multiple chemicals every other day. E-Z Pool is the ultimate swimming pool water care program because of the packaged benefits that include:  

  • A stable oxidizer that immediately breaks down contaminants in the water to increase sanitation results. 
  • An algae shield formula that becomes increasingly effective the longer E-Z Pool is used. 
  • E-Z Pool inhibits scale build-up and metallic staining on your pool’s surface and equipment.
  • No harsh chemical residue on hair, skin, or bathing suits.   
  • Reduces the need for excessive testing and chemical additions.

Ready for a Consistently Clean Pool?

E-Z Pool eliminates all the headaches of traditional water maintenance programs that require a multitude of chemicals. The problem with those programs is they are based on a reactive rather than preventive model. They rely on waiting until there’s a problem then treating it. E-Z Pool is proactive, meaning it prevents water problems from ever occurring and the dangers associated with them. 

Stop by either of our store locations and pick up your E-Z Pool water care products today. Find us at either our G Street or Elkhorn locations every day of the week!

Self-Cleaning In-Ground Pools

What’s the biggest drag about owning an in-ground pool? Cleaning and maintenance. In the past, pool maintenance was costly and time-consuming.  It’s why the pool cleaning service business was so big. But today is different. Technology has changed the cost of in-ground pool maintenance. Now you can get an in-ground pool that self-cleans and does an outstanding job.  If you’re looking for an Omaha pool company to install a self-cleaning in-ground pool, you’re in the right place. Let’s find out more about why a self-cleaning in-ground pool is the pool everyone has been waiting for.

Not Robot Cleaning

A “pool robot” is an out the box, one-size fits all device for pool cleaning. An in-floor self-cleaning system is what we’re talking about – not robots. The in-floor system is customized and built into the floor and walls of your in-ground pool. Unlike robot systems, In-floor systems require no work on your part.

Custom Built for Your Inground Pool

An in-floor system is custom built for your in-ground pool’s size, shape, and unique type. The system is designed as your pool is designed for optimal efficiency. A series of nozzles, fixed or rotating head and drains are built into your pool at specific locations, including the floor, benches, steps, etc.

How Self-Cleaning Inground Pools Work 

Using water pressure generated from your pool’s pump, the system’s nozzles and jets push dirt and debris to the deep end of your pool. There it is drawn into was is called a debris removal drain. These are different from common pool drains. Larger materials like acorns, twigs, and leaves go in a debris canister which is easily and quickly emptied. 

Phoenix Pools New Address

If you want to learn more about our self-cleaning in-ground pools or take advantage of our Bullfrog Spa rock bottom prices come see us at our new location. The new store location has officially opened.

8603 G Street, Omaha, Ne 68127

Financing Available! Call (402) 707-2710