How to Remove Algae from Pool

First Shock your pool with Chlorine, leave it for some time for the dead algae to settle down, get rid of algae quickly by vacuuming with the filter in the waste mode for vacuuming heavy concentrations of dirt directly to waste, this action bypasses the filter bed. Then balance your pool’s water chemistry, maintain the PH Levels within 7.2 – 7.6 and start filtering your pool water to remove any leftover debris. Thoroughly brush & clean your pool surfaces & dead areas.

  • Shock your pool to kill algae spores in the water.
  • Use a pool water test kit to check its chemical levels.
  • Brush surfaces and the bottom of the pool.
  • Lastly by vacuuming your pool.

Algae growth transforms an inviting swimming pool into a vast, disturbing green tint. It is essential to take care of your pool to keep the spores under control to help prevent a full-blown algae bloom. Maintain constant pool testing and tackle problems as soon as they develop to minimize algae growth and keep the water clean.

Our Work Speaks For Itself

Give us a Call / Request a Call Back

To learn more about our Infinity Pool Construction / Overflow Pool construction / Skimmer Pool Construction / Liner Pool Construction / Maintenance Service

+91 9948030555