Samantha Pooler is a seasoned pool installation expert with a decade of experience. She specializes in designing and installing custom pools for residential and commercial properties. Samantha is known for her creative designs and commitment to customer satisfaction.
I understand how frustrating it can be to put in the effort to treat your pool with shock and algaeicide, only to find that it's still green. Don't worry, you're not alone in this experience. There are a few reasons why your pool might still be green, even after using these treatments. Let's explore some possible causes and solutions.
1. Insufficient treatment: It's possible that the amount of shock and algaeicide you used was not enough to effectively combat the algae in your pool. Make sure you follow the manufacturer's instructions and use the recommended dosage based on the size of your pool. If you're unsure, you can always consult a pool professional or refer to our on Aquatic Inspections. They can assess the situation, identify any underlying issues, and recommend the most effective course of action to restore your pool to its pristine condition.
Remember, maintaining a pool requires regular care and attention. By following proper pool maintenance practices, using the right treatments, and addressing any issues promptly, you can keep your pool clean, clear, and enjoyable all season long.