The sandstorms and heavy rains that will soon be hitting the valley have the potential for costly clean up. The dust that can gather on the bottom of your swimming pool could potentially lead to expensive repair and replacement costs, and the amount of rain that may fall could cause the pool chemicals to get out of balance.
Vacuuming up, potentially inches of dirt and mud, can put a severe strain on your filter and pump system. Using the vacuum on all of that dirt means you’re sucking it up and depositing it into the pool filter and this leads to an increase in pressure in the filter which could potentially cause the filter to split! If you’re not a trained swimming pool professional you may not even know that your pool filter has split and that can lead to costly repair bills and to your pool being out of commission for some time.