Complete Pool Water Analysis / Pool Water Testing

Water Club USA SKU: WATER-TEST

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WaterClubUSA.com Free Delivery Swimming Pool Water Analysis is included with every Home Delivery. Just add this product, which is 100% free to your cart so we know that you would like us to do a water analysis.

What is A Water Club - Water Analysis?

With the WaterClubUSA Swimming Pool Supply Delivery Service; we treat a delivery the same way we would treat a in-store water sample. We will test the water using the most advanced liquid Taylor Professional Testing Kit (The same kit which is required by code/law to test Commercial Swimming Pools). We will also provide you the results in writing which we will place by your pool delivery as well as we will send you an email with the test results by the end of the day. 

Not ONLY the results; we also include the solution that is needed to ensure your pool’s safety and welfare.

Bonus: Doing a pool water analysis in the field during a delivery is the best possible option. A great example is the fact that at a ‘in-store’ water test can not test for cloudy water, algae and MANY other conditions. So doing a water test during a delivery allows us to use our training and experience and we will base our solution on the complete data available to us (the water analysis and the overall pool water conditions); this allows us to provide you the best possible solution.



Pool Water Testing 101

Safe, healthy water. It's what we all want most when it comes to our pools and spas.

Regularly testing your water is an essential part of maintaining your pool’s welfare. Getting an accurate reading of your water chemistry helps you understand exactly how much of what product your pool needs. Testing your pool water prevents the possibility of under-treating or over-treating the water, which keeps your pool properly balanced and saves you money!

Let’s go over a few of the basics when it comes to properly testing your pool’s water. There are two ways to test your pool water — at home or in-store. With WaterClubUSA Swimming Pool Supply Delivery Service; we treat a delivery the same way we would treat a in-store water sample. We will test the water using the most advanced liquid Taylor Professional Testing Kit (The same kit which is required by code/law to test Commercial Swimming Pools). We will also provide you the results in writing which we will place by your pool delivery as well as we will send you an email with the test results by the end of the day. 

Not ONLY the results; we also include the solution that is needed to ensure your pool’s safety and welfare.

Bonus: Doing a pool water analysis in the field during a delivery is the best possible option. A great example is the fact that at a ‘in-store’ water test can not test for cloudy water, algae and MANY other conditions. So doing a water test during a delivery allows us to use our training and experience and we will base our solution on the complete data available to us (the water analysis and the overall pool water conditions); this allows us to provide you the best possible solution.

 

The Best Pool Water Testing

The Water Club of America, Inc. (WaterClubUSA.com) offers several options you can use at home, including test kits and test strips. Testing at home is easy, but there are a few things you need to know before getting started. Which type of test will work best for you? Let's take a quick look at the pros and cons of each:

 

Liquid Test Kits 

PROS: 

  • Most accurate type of water test. Liquid DPD reagents are the best for testing chlorine levels in your pool
  • Testing available for more diverse aspects of water chemistry
  • This method is used by pool professionals and health departments

CONS:

  • Most expensive water test
  • Testing process can take longer and be more complicated than test strips
  • Reagent bottles must be held vertically to ensure uniform drop size, and drops must be counted as they're slowly added

Ideal Testing Ranges are as follows

  • Free Available Chlorine: 2.0-4.0 ppm
  • pH: 7.4-7.6
  • Total Alkalinity: 80-120 ppm
  • Calcium Hardness: 200-400 ppm
  • Cyanuric Acid: 30-50 ppm

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