FREE Water Testing & Chemical Delivery

Arlington Springfield is proud to partner with Greensburg Pool & Supply Co. to offer FREE onsite computerized water testing. That includes free pool chemical delivery within Westmoreland, PA.

Next day Delivery Before 2pm

This service is available RIGHT NOW and is fully contactless. That means we’re able to continue serving the local Westmoreland, PA area, even in the midst of this global pandemic. After all, when you’re trapped in your house, being able to go for a swim in your own backyard is one heck of a silver lining!

The bottom line is that if you want to keep enjoying your pool, it’s more important than ever that you keep it clean. Our computerized testing process is entirely free and contactless, and we will send you everything you need (with no delivery charge) once you get your results.

Keep reading to learn more, or CLICK HERE to book us in!

What is Computerized Pool Water Testing?

computerized pool water testing

Owning a pool gives you a place to relax, to stay fit, and to freshen up, all in one spot. It’s the perfect antidote to the cabin fever that many of us are experiencing right now, and it’s something that your neighbors are no doubt extremely jealous of!

But owning a pool can also be stressful due to the amount of testing you need to do. Being able to test your water is important in order to make sure you keep algae and bacteria away, which is key to ensuring a pool that is safe, clean, and enjoyable to swim in!

And we all know how important hygiene is right now!

The good news is that currently, Covid-19 has yet to be detected in chlorinated pools. That means that you can continue enjoying that pool without worry. BUT that may only be true if your chlorine levels are where they should be. If you haven’t had your water tested, then you may well be jumping into a pool that is harbouring bacteria – especially if you share the pool with family members.

Remember: Covid-19 is waterborne. This is true of many viruses. Why do you think it is so important that public pools and other swimming areas be fully chlorinated to begin with?

Bottom line? It is also more important than ever that you keep it clean.Pool Chemicals

Traditional methods of pool water testing include:
Test strips
Test kits

Using test strips you will dip these into the water in order to find out chemical levels of things like chlorine, bromine, pH, etc. These are affordable, but they are also not completely accurate – failing to give a precise and complete picture of the condition of your pool water.

Testing kits are a little better, allowing you to use liquid reagents to measure water chemistry. These are more accurate but still a long way behind computerized testing. What’s more is that they can be a little fiddly to get to grips with.

Computerized testing though is the most efficient method available. Computerized testing is just as easy as using a test strip, but is far more accurate than even a test kit. That’s because you have highly sensitive sensors that will measure for chemicals and acidity, then provide you with all the information you need to know right there on the screen!Frog Pool chemical Logo

Frog Chemicals

The best part is that we are now offering this service completely for free! We will let ourselves in round the back, so you don’t need to come to the door, and we’ll email you the results. If your water is fine, then it won’t cost you a dime! And if you need chemicals and supplies, then you can choose to order them from us, or someone else.
That said, seeing as our pool supplies and chemicals are among the most affordable in the business AND they come with entirely free shipping… there’s really no reason not to choose us!

We can provide the full service: from computerized testing, to pool maintenance, to the delivery of chemicals. It’s all extremely affordable and doesn’t require any work on your part.

Just get in touch with us at (724) 838-9020 and you can start enjoying your pool safe in the knowledge that the chlorine and acidity level is keeping you safe and healthy.

Sources:

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/php/water.html
https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2020/04/200403132347.htm