Upon discovering that a pool you are responsible for has a green
problem, call us right away.
Even the most vigilant pool owner has issues from time to time keeping
the green away. Pool owners often spend too much time and money trying
to discover the cause before calling for help. Recurring algae blooms
are a signal that something isn't working correctly and it's time to
call in a professional to inspect the entire pool system. In the case
of stubborn black algae damage, complete replastering may be in order.
Regular pool cleaning keeps algae at bay. Poolside
specializes in Green to Clean green pool cleaning and restoration, and
we offer a variety of service plans once balance has been restored.
Call today for a Green to Clean estimate.
The basic reason a pool turns green is algae begins to bloom. Here in
the Valley of the Sun, a simple monsoon dust storm can turn a bright,
clear pool to a cloudy green one in just 24 hours. Leaves, dust, and
other debris quickly tax the chemical balance of the pool and allow
algae to take advantage. Pools and spas in vacation homes and
bank-owned properties are especially susceptible to turning green and
staying that way for far too long.
Neglected and infrequently used pools and spas that turn murky green
become breeding grounds for disease-carrying mosquitoes, bacteria,
fungi, and other microorganisms. The murky water hides debris and is
very dangerous for animals and people who may fall in. Maricopa County
is constantly trying to control mosquitoes carrying West Nile Virus
and has taken to chemically fogging large areas to combat the pests.
Green pools present a health hazard to the entire community and the
county has been cracking down by prosecuting violations and assessing