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Discover how to get the most out of a pool and in the most sustainable fashion. Follow these tips for a perfect pool all year round!

1. Trust in robots.
No, it’s not science fiction. Robotic pool cleaners are a great way to keep a pool in tip-top condition and enhance swimmers’ wellbeing. They consume less water and energy than other cleaners and require a lower amount of chemical product to disinfect water.

2. Consistently healthy water.
To enjoy a pool with complete peace of mind, analyse the water pH level and adjust it with a regulator to a value between 7.2 and 7.4. In terms of chemical products, it is important to configure dispensers to keep residual chlorine levels between 0.5 ppm and 2 ppm.

3. Protect it in the coldest months.

The hibernation system is the best option for keeping water in an optimal state during winter and reusing it the following swimming season. This technique will allow you to save water and money and prevent cracks appearing on the walls and floor of your pool. If you also install a cover, you can cut water loss by evaporation by up to 65%.

4. Choose the right pump.
How long is your pool? What shape is it? Is it an infinity pool? There are models for all tastes, which is why it is important to equip them with products that can seamlessly adapt to their characteristics. Variable speed pumps allow you to select the right operating pace for each pool and can provide energy savings of up to $750 per year.

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5. Connect it to the Internet
With the appearance of the Internet of Things in the pool sector, you can now check whether your pool parts are working properly anywhere, anytime, and ensure the water is being managed with maximum possible efficiency. The diagnostic tools in systems like Viron Connect make it possible to detect any incident as soon as it occurs so you can solve it as quickly as possible.

Do you have any questions or tips you would like to share with The Cool Pool readers? Post a comment or contact us!