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Inground Salt Water Pool System

Inground salt water pool systems are a popular alternative to traditional chlorinated pools, offering a gentler feel on the skin and less maintenance in terms of chemical handling. At Royal Swimming Pools, we specialize in high-quality salt water systems and chlorine generators that make pool upkeep simpler and more eco-friendly. These systems not only enhance the swimming experience but also contribute to the longevity and health of your pool.

About Saltwater Pool Complete Salt Systems

Make your own pure fresh chlorine day in and day out with a salt pool system for inground pools. These systems evenly disperse the chlorine throughout the entire swimming pool via the return jets of the pools filtration system. They provide 100% of your swimming pool sanitation needs automatically. Simply test your swimming pool water weekly, add ordinary food grade salt as needed, and adjust for more or less chlorine.

Works on all swimming pool types, plaster, vinyl or fiberglass. All of the chlorine that has been added to your swimming pool will be reverted to salt. You may even be surprised with how much salt is already in your swimming pool. The salt display will let you know the level of salt in your swimming pool.

Inground Salt Water Pool System FAQ

What is the upside of an inground salt water pool?

Salt water pools are gentler on the skin and eyes and require less chemical storage and handling than traditional pools.

Are inground salt water pools hard to maintain?

Salt water pools typically require less day-to-day maintenance than chlorine pools, although regular monitoring of pH and salt levels is crucial.

Is it cheaper to run a saltwater pool?

While initial setup costs can be higher, salt water pools often have lower chemical costs over time.

What is the life expectancy of an inground salt water pool?

With proper maintenance, an inground salt water pool system can last as long as any other pool, with some components needing replacement every 3 to 5 years.

Are inground salt water pools always cloudy?

No, persistent cloudiness in salt water pools is uncommon and usually indicates a need for system checks or maintenance.

Why did my inground salt water pool turn green overnight?

A green pool typically signals algae growth, possibly due to insufficient salt levels or improper pH balance.