• Adjustments to PH may be required if calcium hardness exceeds 300.
  • Adjustments to Alkalinity or partial drainage of pool may be required should stabilizer exceed 75.
  • Shock treatment or super chlorination should be done as pool requires.
  • A stain and scale preventative treatment may be required weekly or bi-weekly (see instructions on bottle—mainly for well water pools).
  • When adding water to the pool, an additional dosage of stain and scale preventative treatment is required.
  • It is extremely important to test and balance your pool's water after a heavy rain or after adding water. Large quantities of water can drastically change your pool's water balance. Calcium hardness is very important and should also be tested weekly.
  • Do not rely totally on your pool professional; it is your responsibility to test and understand your pool's water chemistry.
  • Should anyone give you different chemical requirements than the ones listed below, contact B.M. Wemple Pools.
  • We are here to assist you should you have any questions regarding your pool or pool chemistry.
Element Requirements
  Minimum Maximum
CHLORINE 1.0-1.5 2.5
STABILIZER W/TAB CHLORINATOR 30 45
STABILIZER W/SALT SYSTEM 60 80
CALCIUM 250 350
ALAKALINITY 70 100
PH 7.4 7.8
COPPER None None
IRON None None

We are proud to be seen as the Leader in the industry, providing our services to all five central Florida counties including:

Orange, Seminole, Osceola, Lake, Volusia, and parts of Brevard and Polk counties.

We provide:

  • Weekly Pool Service.
  • Filtering System Replacement and Repairs.
  • Annual Clean on DE Filters (completely taken apart once a year).
  • Complete Pool Renovations: Resurfacing, Re-tiling, and Re-top Decks.
  • Solar, Gas and Heat Pumps.
  • New Custom Designed and Built Pools.

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