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The first rule of swimming pool care and cleaning is to keep the water in chemical balance. To learn about swimming pool water care, use the link above above.
Your pool has a pump and filter, along with other components, to help keep your pool sparkling clean and beautiful. The pump moves water from the pool through skimmers, main drains, and other suction fittings. Skimmers are situated at the water line to remove debris from the top of the water. There is a basket in the skimmer, to collect larger debris, like leaves, and a weir, or flap, to keep the debris from going back into the pool when the pump is not running. Other suction fittings, like the main drain, or bottom suction, have protective covers to keep out large debris, and are shaped to prevent human entrapment. There is another basket in the pump, called a strainer, to catch any of the larger debris that gets past the suction fittings. The water is then passed through the pool filter, and returned to the pool through return fittings. These may be small inlets in the sides of the pool, or other features like water falls, or floor cleaning systems. There are often diverter valves at the pump inlet and on the return lines, to control how much water flow is coming from or going to each.
visit our page, [ How pools work ] to learn more about how swimming pool equipment works.
Every day, you should check to see that the skimmer baskets are not full, that the filtration system is working and not leaking or noisy, that the filter pressure is not to high (normally, if the skimmers(s) are working well, the filter pressure is fine) skim the surface if it needs it, and do a quick chemical test and adjust as needed.
Every pool should have at least one long, telescoping pole, with dip net and vacuum head that attach to it. A long vacuum hose is attached to the vacuum head. This hose is about 1 1/2 in inner diameter, and long enough to reach from the skimmer to the furthest point in the pool. The vacuum head, with hose and pole attached, are lowered into the water. The hose should be fed into the water slowly, so that the hose fills completely with water. The hose is then connected, usually using a vacuum adaptor plate, to the skimmer. [ MORE about Pool Care and Cleaning ]