Swimming Pools Frequently Asked Questions
The most popular questions about luxury swimming pool ownership and care answered in details.
They are broken down into 7 sections. Click on a link to access a section, or navigate to that section.
A: There are two very important things to think about when you want to own a luxury swimming pool. First, the purpose you are going to use the pool for. Is it for kids, family fun, is it just something pretty to look at, have barbeques around or a public/commercial use?
A swimming pool meant for fitness or exercise swimming can look remarkably different from one intended for backyard entertaining.
The second thing to consider is how much effort you want to put into owning it. If you’re time-poor and you do not see yourself out cleaning the pool or out there testing the water chemistry, there are certain things that you can do that can take a lot of that effort out of it.
A. Keep in mind that a swimming pool designed for children to play and have fun may look totally different from one designed for romantic entertainment or interludes. Plan to accommodate swimmers of all ages in your proposed swimming pool and to make allowance for multiple activities. You might want to include very shallow areas of about one foot for kids, shallow area of about three feet for learners and non swimmers as well as extra safety grab rails for the elderly or those that may be distressed while swimming
A. Rightly so, many experienced pool builders recommend that a physical site inspection be conducted to confirm if a site is suitable for pool construction and also determine the appropriate size that will fit. Sandy soil, high water table, water logged, clay or rocky soil and other ground factors may present some unique construction consideration, however to the professional pool builders, such conditions are not insurmountable. These factors can significantly increase pool construction costs.
A. Keep in mind that a swimming pool designed for children to play and have fun may look totally different from one designed for romantic enteA. Some factors to consider that can affect the price may be the size of the pool, shape, depth, type of decking, do you want to include a spa and other additional features like waterfalls, water fountain, heater, safety railings and safety covers. What’s the access to the building site like? Is the pool building site on leveled ground or a slope. Other factors include your quality of tiles for the pool finishing. When you meet together with the right pool builder, they can enlighten you more on these issues and help you with some of your decision-making.rtainment or interludes. Plan to accommodate swimmers of all ages in your proposed swimming pool and to make allowance for multiple activities. You might want to include very shallow areas of about one foot for kids, shallow area of about three feet for learners and non swimmers as well as extra safety grab rails for the elderly or those that may be distressed while swimming
A. As luxury swimming pool builders, we suggest you choose a pool shape and style that complement the architecture of your property and existing landscape. Your available land space will determine to a large extent the kind and size of pool that is appropriate for you and your family. The shape and style depend on how you plan to use your swimming pool. If the proposed swimming pool is for exercise, then perhaps a lap pool is appropriate. If you desire a pool that is perfect for entertaining and relaxing then a rectangular design is best suited. We invite you to visit our “Swimming Pool Design Gallery” to view a broad variety of swimming pool designs that fit a multitude of lifestyles and needs. Our pool professionals can then assist you in determining the pool shape and design that works best for you, and your yard. Each of our luxury swimming pools I specifically designed to suit your luxury lifestyle.
A. Building your new pool during the construction of your new house has many substantial benefits. You will avoid the rare inconveniences eg noise, dirts, diversion, construction crew etc that can be associated with the construction of a custom built pool in a living house. The completion period for most swimming pool construction is about 8 to 10 weeks. Its best to start the pool construction about the time of roofing your house. This way the commissioning of the pool and the housing will be about the same time.
A: The size of swimming pool you choose to own is related to your land space available in your backyard, the purpose of the pool, the bathing load as well as your budgetary considerations. The practicable size we recommend for residential pool is about 5m x 2.5m. For commercial or public swimming pool, a size of above 8m x 4m upwards is advised depending on available space and budget
A. Not a problem. You will be surprised at how a small backyard can have the most innovative design. Concrete swimming pools can be built in all shapes and sizes for your backyard enjoyment. Our engineering teams have the experience and expertise to work in the most challenging conditions and properties. Our innovative ideas and solutions will surprise you and can turn your dreams into a backyard oasis. Talk to us before you give up on a small space or location.
A. While it may be difficult to predict an exact time frame for concrete pool construction due to many variables, such as weather, size, local ground conditions, accessibility and the project complexity, most reinforced concrete pool projects are completed within 8 to 10 weeks.
A. Adding a luxury swimming pool to your properties can increase value far beyond just the monetary value. Think of endless summer days spent to relax and unwind in the backyard with friends and family! Whether it is a pool party with a few friends or a little alone time, your swimming pool can provide that relaxing and entertainment escape you always wanted. Swimming has been determined to be one of the best forms of exercise and stress reliever to promote a healthy body and enhance your luxury lifestyle. In terms of monetary value, an in ground pool can increase a property’s value from 10% to 20%.
A. All swimming pool builders are not created equally. There are professionals, quacks, briefcase contractors, marketers and low-ball builders. Make sure to interview your prospective builder very carefully. Here are a few things to consider and questions to ask
- ➝ What is the company’s reputation in the industry?
- ➝ Does the company have a verifiable business office or showroom, not just working from home
- ➝ Do you know a friend or neighbor who has used the same company with good results? If not, can the company provide you with dozens of reliable references or list of old customer?
- ➝ How does the company treat you as a potential customer?
- ➝ How long has the company been in business, and how long have they been building swimming pool?
- ➝ How many pools have they built? 20 pools are a good start that shows the level of experience and expertise
- ➝ Will the company provide you with a clear written detailed quotation so that you’re not confused about what work will be done?
- ➝ Will they finish the project on time?
- ➝ Will the company add hidden charges after the construction process has begun?
- ➝ Is the company financially stable so that there is no risk that you’ll be left with an unfinished pool if they go out of business?
- ➝ Will the company be careful to remove or take care of landscaping and other outdoor structures?
- ➝ Will they keep your property clean and safe throughout the construction process?
A. A swimming pool is basically a strong reinforced concrete shell or container for holding water. This shell has a plumbing system attached to it that can keep the water circulated, filtered, and sanitized. In combination, these 2 basic necessities are what make a swimming pool work.
A. Without hesitation, an in-ground reinforced concrete swimming pool is by far the strongest and longest lasting type of swimming pool that you could own. It is the preferred structural material chosen by those who are serious about owning a pool that is durable and last a lifetime. Reinforced concrete not only makes a much more solid investment when purchasing a new luxury swimming pool but are also backed by a lifetime structural warranty against defects, leakages and failures.
A. This is always the first question on the mind of most prospective pool buyers- size and shape. The size of your swimming pool is always a function of your available land space and your budget. The bigger your space, the bigger your pool size and cost may be. Pool shapes are usually regular like rectangular, square or irregular like kidney, oval, heart etc. As a general use, irregular shaped pools are best suited for larger land spaces, while the regular shaped pool can fit any land space.
A. A pool is divided into 3 sections namely, shallow end, slope and deep end. The shallow end is usually about 3feet or 0.9m deep for the non-swimmers, children and learners. The deep end is for swimmers and its depth is from about 6feet or 1.8m upwards. However, for safety reasons and out of an abundance of caution, a depth of 5feet or 1.5m is recommended for a deep end. The slope is the gentle transition from the shallow end to the deep end. Lap pools have a uniform depth starting from 5feet or 1.5m upwards
A. The entry access point from a property determines the layout or the positioning of your pool. As a rule of thumb, the shallow end of the swimming pool is situated towards the entry point from your property.
A. Including a waterfall can add to the useability of your pool as well as the enjoyment of the aesthetic and soothing effects of the high pressure water falling from a height into the body of water in the pool.
A. This is desirable in the cooler weather so you can use your pool all year round. The only drawback would be the recurring high cost of electricity to power the heater
A. If your luxury swimming pool is to be used in the evening, then proper lighting is essential for safety as well as aesthetics. But beyond making it easier to navigate in the dark, lighting also creates an opportunity to add interesting accents to the pool. Lighting allows a 24-hour use of a pool.
A. Proper pool fencing is required for safety to limit access particularly by children. it means that children can play safely outside in an area totally separate from the pool. This way the chances of child drowning and unauthorized entry are eliminated.
A. Usually, the pool filtration equipment is located in the plant room or control room. A standard pool filtration equipment will occupy an area of about 2 metres by 1 metre upwards depending on the size of the pool, which in turn determines the sizing of the filtration equipment.
A. In all cases, the pool backwash or waste water pipes are connected to the external drain system of the property. Usually, these pipes are channeled from the filtration equipment in the plant room and are connected to the nearest external drain pipe that goes to the external drain channel or gutter.
A. As a result of evaporation of water from the pool surface, vacuuming and backwashing activities of cleaning a pool as well as splashing of water by pool users, some amount of water is usually lost from the pool water volume. Fresh water supply is therefore needed periodically to top up this water level of the pool. The top up water can be sourced via public water supply line, borehole, tank water, or a combination of the three
A. No. The water in the pool does not need changing as long as the pool plant room equipment are working to circulate the water, filter out the dirt particles and the right chlorine dosage is administered to disinfect the pool water. Of course, the pool water must be regularly topped up as explained earlier.
A. To maximize enjoyment of your pool, even when you’re not swimming, you can incorporate water features and lighting. You may also want to consider features like waterfalls and water fountains to add beauty and colors, a swim-up bar and areas to play water volleyball or basketball. A pool safety cover will also provide a convenient form of protection whenever the pool is not in use
A. Concrete spas are custom builds that are popular among pool buyers because they serve as a lovely focal point in the pool and offer so many health and lifestyle benefits. Particularly when the spa is elevated, its façade and spillway provide superb design opportunities and also serve as a distinctive water feature.
Beyond their beauty, spas bring added value to your lifestyle. This amenity can provide an ideal amenity for unwinding mentally and physically, a place for low-impact exercise, support for enhancing blood circulation, promotion of better sleep patterns, general relaxation and serenity and a setting for socializing and conversation.
A. The most popular concrete spa shape is circular, since a circular or a rounded shape make conversation and interaction easy. These shapes are also most efficient for holding the most people. However, some pool buyers opt for custom geometric options with straight lines—squares, rectangles, triangles, or modified versions of them.
A. Pick a custom spa shape that complements your pool shape and style. Many choices are available, from bold geometric silhouettes to organic free-form shapes.
If you plan on having lots of family and friends in the spa, remember that most shapes do not seat a crowd as efficiently as a circle.
A. Depending on the region of the country, including an in-ground spa might add around 25 percent of the cost of the basic pool.
Factors that typically affect the bottom line include: spa size, spa shape, and spa-pool configuration. Common design variables include the spa’s position—is it built within the pool perimeter (an “interior spa”) or outside the perimeter (an “exterior spa”), the spa’s elevation—is it level with the pool surface or raised above it, and decorative finishes or special features such as custom dam walls and spillways. Including a spa may also require the purchase of a more powerful pool heater to quickly warm the water or a bigger pump to power the hydrotherapy jets.
A. A concrete swimming pool is a swimming pool made of reinforced concrete shell and the interior surface finished and rendered in tiles of your choice
A. A fiberglass pool is a factory made one piece acrylic mould swimming pool finished with a gel coat pool interior.
A. A liner swimming pool is usually made of steel frames that hold the liner fabric materials that contains the pool water
A. The short answer is: It depends. Costs for building a luxury swimming pool will vary quite a bit depending on the size, soil conditions and location. It will als depend on your design and aesthetic preferences. As a rule, the highest quality and well built luxury swimming pools generally start at around N4m. In order to give you a really good understanding of what your pool project is likely to cost you, the best thing we can do is come out and have a look at your backyard, sit down and discuss with you what it is you’re looking for in your pool and then, once we know that information and we’ve identified any potential challenges that your site might have, we’ll be able to give you a really accurate idea of what your swimming pool is likely to cost.
A. The cost of a swimming pool is determined by a number of factors. Reinforced concrete swimming pools will cost more than fiberglass, vinyl and liner ones. We build reinforced concrete swimming pools because these have proven to be more durable and allow for a variety of designs and features than any of the other types of pool. The size of the pool, the amount of perimeter walkway, slope of your plot (which can require more excavation and foundation support), type of materials and finishes all contribute to the final price. The only responsible way to get a firm estimate is to have a site inspection carried out and measure your available space and meet with you to assess the type of pool you desire.
A. Yes, It is possible to build a pool at a low price, however, structural elements, equipment and workmanship will all be compromised. Poor quality construction will undermine the integrity of the pool and possibly put your family at risk. It comes down to this question – are you looking for the cheapest price or the highest quality pool? Most of these “incredible deals” are nothing more than a bait-and-switch tactic to get you to call. You should be aware that to build a pool at a low price, quality will be compromised. The cost of the pool may be cheap, but your time and money spent to repair the pool could be 4 to 5 times more if the pool was not built right to begin with. Remember the old adage “you get what you pay for.”
A. This is an unethical pricing strategy whereby some pool builders quote deliberately low prices in order to win a contract. Afterward, they deploy low quality materials, equipment and workmanship in order to make some profits or some come up with sudden/hidden charges.
A. As the market leaders we offer uncompromised quality and others builders copy our services. As such we are by no means the cheapest option you will find, but we do believe we offer the best value for money. You can expect product excellence, awesome service, meaningful guarantees and backup service you can rely on.
A. Property conditions that drive pool-building costs include: access to the backyard for heavy equipment, slopes and elevation changes, various soil conditions, and any underground obstacles.
A. The price of a luxury swimming pool is determined by much more than just the size and shape of the pool. Many pool builders do not include some of the most important factors affecting cost in their proposals. Because there are so many factors that go into building a swimming pool, there are many ways to cut corners. Here are some of the ways pool builders may cut corners:
➜ Quality of equipment (smaller pumps, filter, etc.)
➜ Underground strength
➜ Ease of maintenance
Remember: A Good Swimming Pool Is Never Cheap, And A Cheap Swimming Pool Is Never Good.
A. The completion period of a reinforced concrete pool is ultimately dependent on the size, design, and other variables such as weather, local soil conditions, location and project complexity. Some backyards are easier to dig than others. Generally, it’s usually about 8 -10weeks.
A. Concrete swimming pool construction involves multiple phases. After planning and designing the pool, these steps typically include: setting out, layout, excavation, blinding, reinforcement installation, flooring, wall formwork and casting, backfilling, plumbing, electric, terrace casting, plaster/interior finish or tiling and commissioning. The sequence here may vary based on local conditions and practices, as well as if the project contains any highly specialized custom design features.
A. Beneath the ground, several conditions can slow or impede pool-construction. Examples include underground rock, extended tree roots, a high local water table and buried utility lines. Most of these subterranean hurdles often extend the build-schedules and impact construction costs
A. Soil that expands, contracts, shifts or unstable can impact a pool’s construction and long-term stability. For example, in an open excavated hole, sandy soil may cause the walls to collapse. Soil with a high clay content may expand or contract with seasonal temperature or moisture changes. Professional pool contractors are accustomed to these kinds of challenges and have solutions for the majority of them. Tactics vary by the nature of the challenge and building practices.
A. Builders use a variety of techniques to overcome soil challenges for concrete pool construction. Methods often vary by region of the country.
For example, to address unstable earth, they may lay a bed of compacted fill with hardcore in the excavated hole or increase the amount of concrete and steel in the pool shell. To address sandy soil, they may frame the excavated hole through planking/strutting to hold its shape until concrete is applied.
A. Having been in the concrete swimming pool business for more than 25 years, we’re certainly inclined to think so. But to be perfectly honest, each of these types of pools has its own advantages and disadvantages. A fiberglass swimming pool can be installed very quickly — less than two weeks. The main disadvantage to a fiberglass pool is that it is extremely limited in shapes, sizes, options, colors and depths. Fiberglass pool is extremely difficult customize or add extra or additional features. A vinyl liner pool is usually the lowest cost option for an in-ground pool. The main criticism with a vinyl liner pool is the risk of poking a hole in the vinyl liner, and causing a leak. A reinforced concrete pool has the advantage of being 100% completely customizable. Any size, any shape, any depth, and an unlimited number of custom features. The most exotic pool features available (waterfalls, vanishing edges, perimeter overflow, etc.) are almost exclusive to concrete pools.
A. A poorly built concrete pool certainly has the potential to crack, while a properly built concrete pool can and should last a lifetime, with no risk of cracking. As a 25+ years experienced civil engineers, we’ve been building reinforced concrete pools for this long, and we’ve never had one crack yet. We know how to build reinforced concrete pool correctly, which is why every one of our swimming pools comes with a lifetime structural warranty.
A. Concrete is a durable, strong and permanent material that’s also cost-effective. In addition to these benefits, concrete also allows for ultimate freedom regarding size, shape and depth of your swimming pool, providing maximum versatility.
Flexibility with design: The one obvious benefit is that you can build a concrete swimming pool to match any shape or design you have dreamed of because concrete pools are made on-site.
Aesthetics: New concrete pools tend to look very appealing, and there are a range of interior tiles finishes available, depending on your preferences and budget.
Strong: It’s fair to say that concrete pools have been around a long time and that from a structural point of view they are reliable and strong.
A. Never! It’s a specialist work. Would you consider performing a medical surgery on yourself if you are not a doctor? Even the experts encounter incredible challenges during pool construction. Years of experience, knowledge, and specific training lead to wise and innovative solutions that produce superior quality finished products. We strongly advise that you hire the service of a trusted professional pool builder. A professional may be expensive though to hire, but the errors by amateur hands will cost about 4 to 5 times to rectify.
A. Warranties are very important. You should compare the warranties of every pool builder you speak with. Make sure all warranties are in writing, not verbal. Remember one thing: the warranty is only as good as the company and their reputation. If the builder is not in business for the duration of your pool warranty, then you do not have a warranty.
A. We provide the longest term structural, equipment and workmanship warranties in the industry for both residential and commercials pools. We provide a lifetime structural warranty for our concrete swimming pools and 3 year filter equipment warranties for all pools.
Having a good warranty on a new pool is important, not because we expect things to break down but just in case they do, you know that you are covered. A good warranty is only as good as the ability for the company to stand by it.
A. A lifetime structural warranty means that the reinforced concrete structure will hold water for as long as you live in the home. Remember that this warranty is only as good as the company backing it.
A. Although every business has a starting point, a 10 or 20 year warranty offered by a pool builder that has been trading for only 5 years has to be examined carefully against similar warranties offered by a pool builder with a long and successful track record. The pool builder’s ability to be contacted is also worth special consideration – a pool builder with a display centre, pool shop and office is going to be easier to reach than a pool builder working from home. A pool builder’s long term commitment to the industry and it’s clients is to a large extent reflected by their investment in a display centre, pool shop and office.
A. A swimming pool filtration system is the heart of the pool. It consist of a centrifugal pump, a high rate sand filter as well as interconnecting piping and electrical systems. All these work together to circulate and clean the swimming pool water
A. To ensure sparkling, healthy, clean and crystal clear pool water year round, it is highly advisable that your swimming pools be professionally tested once a week using the regular swimming pool test kit
A. There are several types of pool maintenance, namely
Weekly maintenance is recommended to keep your water clean and the pool functioning properly. This way, your pool can last for significantly longer. It also include the addition of water to the correct top level, chemical addition, brushing tile, cleaning out debris from the skimmer baskets and pumps.
Seasonally: This involves acid washing of the entire surface tiles of the pool to remove heavy staining.
Long term maintenance: This is the replacement of the pool tiles every 10-15 years or the periodical replacement of fallen tiles
A: The answer is a yes, This is because atmospheric dirt and the occasional leaf may fall into the pool as well as algae and bacteria. Most pools are supplied with a maintenance kit eg leaf net and chlorine chemicals to take care of this. You may undertake the maintenance of your pool yourself or engage the service of a pool maintenance company to schedule a weekly maintenance, to take the stress off you so all you do is spend your time relaxing and enjoying your pool.
A. It depends with your backyard, pool size and shape. At the minimum, it could take you 5 minutes to test the water and add the chemicals and about another 30 minutes to brush the pool surfaces or vacuum the pool. On the average, about 30 minutes two or three each week should be estimated on minimal pool maintenance. An alternative is to have a pool maintenance company to schedule a weekly or bi-weekly or monthly maintenance services.
A. Eight hours minimum is the sweet spot for running your sand filter and preferably in the night when you are sure of power supply.
A. Absolutely. Your pool pump should turn over the water through your filter in the plant room at least once per day for a minimum of 8 hours
A. Absolutely yes. Chlorine sanitizers are very safe when utilized in accordance to package instructions. Chlorine levels within the recommended ranges for pool water do not pose any danger or known health risks.
A. First, it’s about safety of the pool users. Second, balance the water to protect the equipment and pool surfaces. Third, provide an attractive desirable sparkling water to swim in.
A. Weekly testing works for most residential pools, but it is best to test your pH and chlorine levels at least twice per week. Chlorine should be added continuously through a chemical feeding manually or through a dosing device to maintain a consistent level.
A. Pool chemicals added to the water must be in the right quantity to achieve maximum swimmer pleasure and comfort and also to prevent scaling or corrosion. The pool water should be balanced to the following levels:
Total Alkalinity 120-150 ppm
A. Regular shock treatment through the addition of chlorine invratio of 14g per cubic meter of pool water is necessary to destroy water contaminates that reduce the efficiency of the disinfectant or sanitizer. These contaminates include the like of cosmetics, hair spray, oil, and other organic materials which react with chlorine.
A. At least 15 minutes to one hour. This is the safe time to use your pool after chemicals have dissolved in it. If you are shocking your pool, wait until the chlorine levels drop to recommended levels.
A. Brushing your pool regularly at least twice weekly will keep dirt from settling on the pool floor and walls. Algae brushes made of steel bristles, are very effective for this purpose.
A. As much as possible, do your best is to avoid trees or plants near the pool that have potentially destructive buttress roots. These trees or plants can damage swimming pools floor, walls or piping system which can result in expensive repairs. A minimum of 8 feet from the edge of your pool should be observed if you must-have plants or trees that are potentially dangerous.
A. A small amount of granular chlorine added to pool tiles stains from dirt and rust and allowed to settle on the stain will usually remove such organic stain instantly. Another alternative, If the chlorine doesn’t work, is acid which can remove non-organic stains. By draining the pool and acid washing the tiles, stains will be removed.
A. Normally for domestic pools we recommend the Free Chlorine level is maintained at about 6grams per cubic meter of water. In order words you multiply the volume of water in your pool ( length x breadth x average depth) by 6grams to get total amount of chlorine to be added to the pool.
A. The pH level in you pool is recommended to remain between 7.2 and 7.6. If your pH is too high, it makes the pool water alkaline and the chlorine becomes less effective but if Ph is too low, the water turns acidic and you may find the swimming pool water starts to irritate or burn your eye, nose and skin
A. Chlorine for swimming pool use, is available in either granular or tablet forms to maintain constant level of chlorine in the pool. Chlorine tablets are feed and placed in the skimmer box. Granular chlorine are pre dissolve it in a bucket of water before adding it to the pool.
A. As a rule on domestic pools, we would recommend backwashing the sand filter every two weeks. This is done by taking a look at the pressure gauge fitted to the top of the sand filter when the filter has just been back washed, as the filter becomes more blocked from filtering out debris from the pool the pressure within the filter will increase. Once this increases by around 10psi then it is time to backwash the filter.
A. It is recommended that the sand within your sand filter is replaced at least once every 2 years in order to maintain a clear pool water. Failure to change the sand regularly enough will drastically affect the filter’s ability to filter the pool water adequately to maintain a crystal clear pool. This is because the sand may be too broken down to do a proper job filtering the pool water. Contaminates, dirt and colloids are removed when you backwash the filter.
A. A residential swimming pool should have the basic chemical levels tested at least once each week. Checking the levels on a regular and consistent basis will help keep the water safe for swimming. The pool water is tested by using a pool testing kit
A. To have a clean and clear water, test your pool water for total alkalinity and pH levels. Keep the pH between 7.2 and 7.6 and keep the alkalinity between 100 and 150 ppm. Administering the chlorine chemicals in the right doses as earlier explained will keep the Ph and alkaline at the right levels
A. Algae are one-celled plants that can populate a swimming pool. Disinfectants that chlorinate the water can also kill and prevent the growth of these algae. The most common algaecide is the Astral algaecide.
A. Fecal discharge or pees into a swimming pool is more common than you would like to think. Correct water treatment is the best and fastest way to treat your pool for this type of accident. The first thing to do is to remove as much of the fecal matter as possible. Secondly, raise the free chlorine level in the water to 20 ppm and maintain the pH level at about 7.5 and leave the pool unused for about 12hours. This done, your pool is ready for use.
A: Chlorine and proper pH are the first defense against germs that can make swimmers sick. Chlorine is a disinfectant that kills harmful microorganisms that can cause health-related problems in swimming pools and spas. They help prevent swimmers’ ear, athlete’s foot, skin rashes and diarrhea.
A: Chlorine may be added to pools in a variety of forms, the most popular been via granules or tablets. When added to water, each of these products unleashes the power of chlorine chemistry to destroy disease-causing germs.
A: Chlorine is the disinfectant of choice for the majority of public pools and residential pools all over the world. They kill diseases causing germs, bacteria and microorganisms and provide comfortable swimming pleasures to the pool users
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