In most cases, by more than 50% .
Yes. The greatest savings comes in the “closed” season, but we save you money in the “open” season too!
YES! We prefer to work with HOA/POA communities!
Yes, motors, pumps filters, heaters...you name it. We sell, install and provide service at every level.
Our units are 100% DHEC compliant.
Yes, 100% of the time.
The liquid chlorine produced by a salt chlorine generator is 2 chemical legs away from Drano and Mustard Gas. If you put a capful of Drano in your bath tub water, your skin would feel soft too. Don't let anyone convince you that a salt water pool is somehow safer and better for you. They want to sell you a system!!
No, not for commercial pools.
Salt water pools are chlorine pools. Salt isn't better than chlorine, IT IS CHLORINE. Instead of buying chlorine in a bucket, you buy a machine that cooks/converts salt into liquid chlorine. Logically, we all know that salt eventually corrodes everything it comes in contact with. Salt will accelerate the corrosion of pool tiles, the pool surface and the pool mechanics. And you still have a chemical pool. Shame on the pool industry for selling a wolf in sheep's clothing.
Yes. We are currently working with:
Several of our communities are self- managed, which is fine with us!
Probably because they don't "get" it. We "get" it. Fire them, hire us!
FOR THE RECORD: You should seriously question the motivation and integrity of a company or individual who doesn't embrace using less chemicals and saving of money. Just sayin....
Pool Chemical companies profit from selling chemicals. Ionization cuts into their profit.
Coastal Pure has been successfully ionizing commercial swimming pools on the Grand Strand since 2008. We have a 100% success rate on reducing chemical exposure and slashing annual operating costs. We offer annual service for communities that want to benefit from this technology.
Fire the Nay Sayers..., Hire Coastal Pure. We get it right every time!!
On a side note, we seriously question the motivation and integrity of those who doesn't embrace using less chemicals and saving lots of money.
Yes, we have units small enough to handle spas and kiddie pools and units large enough to handle waterparks. No pool too big, no pool too small!
NO! This is a simple retrofit! We do not change the way the pool works.
No. The installation can be done while people are swimming.
YES! A lot of money! The bigger the pool the bigger the savings!
Pricing depends on the size of the pool.
Most commercial pools are between $1400 and $2300.
Ionization units use sacrificial copper/silver electrodes. Every pool uses electrodes differently. We've seen them last up to 2 years. Plan to buy a new one every 12 to 16 months. They start at $210.
They may….but they restrict water flow, which isn’t a good idea. Pool water becomes sick when it is not circulated and properly cleaned.
YES! DHEC requires no less than 1 ppm, of chlorine when the pool is open to swimmers.
This is a term that the pool industry uses to describe how much chlorine is being absorbed by humans. High bather load =lots of people in the pool. People absorb chlorine through their skin like sponges.