Renew Pool Water. Conserve Water. Protect Your Investment.
Renew and refresh your swimming pool water by trusting your mobile water filtration service to SaveWater Mobile Pool Filtration
located in San Diego, California. We have more than 25 years of experience
in swimming pool maintenance, utilizing our expertise to help you conserve water
by not draining your pool, while protecting your pool at the same time.
Our technicians will come to your pool to pump its mineral-laden water into a mobile trailer, where it is filtered and sent back to your pool resulting in crystal clear water. By using our process
instead of draining your pool, you will be helping the environment by SAVING THOUSANDS OF GALLONS OF YOUR WATER from going down the drain. When its all said and done, taking a dip has never been more refreshing than with our fresh, clean water!
The SaveWater process can be completed in one day, depending on the size of your pool. Larger commercial pools will take longer because of the increase in usage, which means an increase in the attention your water chemistry levels require.
Protect Your Pool
The SaveWater process will protect your pool from the damages
caused by removing the water-weight from the pool and from exposing the plaster to the sun. Removing water-weight from the pool will cause de-lamination of the plaster and can lift, otherwise known as "popping," the entire pool shell several feet out of the ground. Repairing a lifted pool can cost $10,000 or more to repair -- if it can be repaired without complete demolition and re-build. Removing water can also cause egg-shell like cracks in plaster -- which would result in re-surfacing the entire pool to repair the damage.
SAVEWATER PROCESS REDUCES:
- SOLIDS ("TDS")
- CALCIUM HARDNESS
- CONDITIONER (Cyanuric Acid)
Why Are Pools Drained?
Over time, pool water accumulates minerals such as calcium and salt, and even stabilizers in the water, which when too high, will make chlorine ineffective in fighting bacteria. These minerals and conditioners must be removed from the water to make it safe for swimming. See Commons Reasons to Drain
for more information.