Are you afraid to dip your toe in before knowing the exact temperature of the pool? You’re not alone. Buying a pool thermometer will change that, but with so many different products out there, it can be hard to know which one is right for you. Here are a few guidelines.
Yes, You Need One!
You may be wondering whether you really need a pool thermometer. The answer is absolutely. A thermometer keeps the cost of maintenance down. Proper temperature range between 75- and 85-degrees Fahrenheit helps the pool retain chlorine longer so less chemicals are needed.
What Kind Do You Need?
There isn’t just one type. You can choose between analog or digital or wireless pool thermometers. We recommend using a digital pool thermometer that you can leave in the pool and monitor the temperature 24 hours a day. Most of these units require two triple-A batteries to keep it running.
Products Address Various Preferences
You’ll also want to consider your personal preferences when picking a thermometer. Some products float, while others are handheld.
Need a Pool Thermometer in Kenmore?
Now that you know a little more about selecting and using a pool thermometer, contact us at Neptune Pool & Spa in Lynnwood for assistance. We’ve served residents and businesses in and around Kenmore for years. We also offer spa services. You can count on our specialists to have the knowledge, skills and equipment necessary to address all of your residential and commercial pool needs. From hot tub maintenance to pool repair, we’ll get the job done. Call us today!
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