Yes and no. If your buyer wants a pool... it raises. If your buyer does not want a pool... it lowers. I don't know the statistical answer, but common sense says that someone will pay more for what they want and less when they are settling for something. It also depends on your area- if most people in that area have pools, then the majority of the time it will increase the price. If most people in the area do not have pools, then chances are, it's not going to be something in demand.
By adding baking soda, you can raise the pool's pH. Baking soda, or sodium bicarbonate (NaHCO3) is a base, which neutralizes acidity.
The recommended pH for pools is 7.2 - 7.8. Sodium bicarbonate or soda ash will raise the pH. Sodium bicarbonate (baking soda) will raise the Total Alkalinity. Soda ash (sodium carbonate) will raise the pH. They are not interchangeable.
Yes: it's commonly added to swimming pools to raise pH, but it can cause some water cloudiness depending on the situation.
Baking soda does not contain any calcium. It can raise the pH of pools but it can not raise the level of calcium.
Here are a few suggestions out of the many possible answers to this question. Raise the air temperature in the room Raise the humidity in the air in the room Lower the water temperature in the pool Cover the pool
Borax...This inexpensive laundry booster (green box) can be used to raise the pH in pools. Use 1/2 cup at a time, then test until the proper pH for your pool water is achieved.
Yes you can add baking soda to raise the pH and alkalinity in pools. You can buy large bags of it at Sam's Club.
The best way to raise the pH in a swimming pool is by adding a base to it. Chlorine is an excellent choice.
The raise in the price of a product causes an increase in competition.
Buy a house then the price of it will raise. It will be the same price as you bought it in a week, then keep going higher. It will get to double the price of the price you bought it at in about 20 weeks then stop rising.
Soda ash (sodium carbonate), sold as pH Increaser, pH UP or Arm & Hammer Washing soda, will do the trick. You can also use borax, sold as 20 Mule Team Borax.
House of Representatives is the only house to introduce bills to raise money.
One of a good investment is buying a house. When you are buying a house for a affordable price, you can add things to make your home more profitable and you can raise the equity on your home.
Calcium Hardness Increaser is purchased at your local pool suppy store. While I agree with the notion that some pools need calcium, I prefer to keep my pools between 150-250ppm. This level comes from an index used specifically for pools. Anything lower or higher than this range comes from an index used for public water systems that was "grandfathered" in and used for pools because no other index was available. Go to: www.clean-pool-and-spa.com/calcium-hardness.html www.clean-pool-and-spa.com/swimming-pool-maintenance-tips.html
Yes, soda ash or sodium bicarbonate will raise the alkalinity in water. Ash will affect your pH more than bicarb.
Hummm, just how do you "raise" a pool by going from 8' to 5' ???
buy adding Bicarbonate Soda commonly sold as Alc + or Alkalinity Control
the House of Representatives.
Chlorine in pools is designed to take care of a normal amount of bird droppings. If you have a higher level of bird droppings than normal in your pool, you need to raise your chlorine level and backwash your filter every couple of days.
When the people responsible for price of oil raise it for no apparent reason.
It can raise the price... If more people want this certain brand then the makers will be able to raise the price knowing that people will still want to buy it being popular...
Besides baking, it is a great way to raise the Ph in your swimming pool.