Cleaning Your Filter - Flow
Your cartridge filter carries the important task of filtering out pieces of debris without letting them back into your pool. Without it, there would be nothing stopping the dirt, leaves, and dead bugs from settling into your pool. Unlike other parts of your pool, the cartridge filter is one automatic cleaning device that doesn’t need frequent maintenance. In general, the average cartridge filter only needs to be checked on and cleaned a couple times a year. Proper cleaning of a pool cartridge filter will help extend its quality of life. That being said, when it does need to be cleaned, the process can be sensitive and time consuming. In some cases, chemicals like calcium and oil can build up and stick onto your cartridge filter. When this happens, physical cleaning methods like brushing can not be enough, and a chemical cleaning may be required.
An experienced hand can help contribute to making sure your filter remains effective and in working order. Blue Chip Pool Service has the experience and knowledge necessary for taking proper care of your cartridge filter when needed. Doing so will keep your pool water flowing effectively, keep your pipes running smoothly, and will keep debris from getting back into your pool. Contact us so that you can relax, knowing your pool is under the best care in South Florida.