Is Water Loss a Problem at Your Facility?
by Monique Nelson on June 5th, 2012

Whether your pool is indoor or outdoor, you are guaranteed to lose a huge portion of water through evaporation. In fact, many studies have shown that the equivalent of your entire pools' volume will evaporate within one year's usage, depending on your location.

Conserve Water in your Swimming Pool

Water costs are going up at an alarming rate, and many areas in North America are forced to adhere to strict water regulations. Topping up your pool water is no long just an aggravating chore that needs to be attended, but is now an expensive and regulated action. Moreover, whenever you add new water to your pool, you need to heat that water up to the required temperature again.

The solution can be as simple as slowing evaporation. The moment you reduce the rate of evaporation, you will find your facility saving water, heat, money, and your time and energy!

Many different third party tests have resulted in the common acceptance of HeatsavrTM as a means to decrease the amount of water lost to evaporation by approximately 50%.

If you are interested in learning more about conserving water at your facility, you can learn more by downloading a copy of this free guide: 9  Commercial Pool Problems Solved

or you can email [email protected] with any questions about using a liquid pool cover that you may have.

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