Are you a Tarzana area pool owner who has a pool that’s been neglected and now it’s a murky green color? Whatever you do don’t let it sit any longer. Every week it’s not cared for properly it becomes not only very unsafe to swim in but a serious health hazard. When mosquitoes and other small organisms start living and breeding in your stagnant water that opens up a whole wide gate of health issues that you would rather stay clear of. Besides being an unattractive green color what’s even worse is the odor your pool gives off. It’s not very pleasant and especially for the neighbors downwind of your home. There are many disadvantages to having a green pool that needs cleaned up. First and foremost is safety. A woman in Studio City contracted the West Nile virus from a neighbors untreated green slimy pool! Homeowners can also receive some heavy fines if their pool is green and in a state of disarray. The last thing you want is to come home and see that your house is tagged by the Country for having an unsanitary and unsafe swimming pool. If your house does get tagged you only have a limited amount of time to get your water back to blue and swim safe before you have to pay a penalty.
We have noticed that lots of times a pool that has a bad leak that hasn’t been detected is left to just empty out over time without being repaired or fixed. It’s unfortunate because an electronic or pressure leak detection would’ve been a less expensive fix. Other times green pools come about when a house goes into foreclosure and the bank that owns it just doesn’t want to spend any money on maintenance. If you’re sick and tired of that unattractive backyard that you don’t want to spend any time with because the awful smell and look maybe it’s time to call for a green pool clean up. many times we can do the cleaning and restore your water without having to empty your pool. We’ve been maintaining swimming pools and spas in the Tarzana area for over 20 years. Call one of our friendly aquatic technicians today and learn how we can help restore your water back to a beautiful blue and make it swim safe once again.