My pool has gone green!!!!

A pool that does not look clear and has a green colour or tinge is often down to a chemical imbalance. We would recommend as a first step toward diagnosis is to check your pH and chlorine levels.  Generally the pH should be between 7.2 and 7.6 and chlorine levels between 1 ppm and 3 ppm*

If the levels are correct it may be the total alkalinity is low.  The alkalinity levels ideally should be between 80 and 120 ppm.

If you require advice regarding chemicals, or would like us to service you pool/hut tub please give us a call.

*ppm = parts per million

Coronavirus update

Homewood Leisure would like to inform all our customers that we are still open for Water Treatment deliveries and servicing of hot tubs and pools where social distancing can be performed.  We have implemented procedures to ensure the safety of our clients, staff and the general public.

Please do not visit our showroom as we are not accepting visitors, but please call us to arrange a for a delivery of water treatment products or a service for your hot tub or pool.

We have been informed by Pool and Water Testing Advisory Group (PWTAG) that a correctly maintained hot tub or swimming pool will in-activate the COVID-19 virus.  It is therefore essential that your chlorine and pH levels are correctly maintained.

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