What ever temp that is comfortable for you or your family.
The temperature must be below 32 degrees Fahrenheit.
With an indoor pool (not a spa) room air temperature should be maintained 2-5 degrees above the water temperature< with 50% or less humidity.
Yes,ower body can effect the water in a pool
Sunlight warms pool water
A standard bubble pool cover and increase your pool water temperature by up to 10 degrees Fahrenheit.
It depends on the surface size, temperature of the water and outside air temperature, the activity in the water, if there are any water features in the pool etc.
The water level needs to be maintained at the middle of the skimmer opening or center of the tile line.
It is not the salt water pool or the salt water that is turning your hair green. It is a poorly maintained pool with a chemical imbalance - pH and total alkalinity out of required parameters.
Use a thermometer.
A thermometer is used to measure the water temperature, typically a specially designed pool thermometer.
no, the pool must be empty
The temperature in the water in the swimming pool is warmer than the surrounding air thus, you will feel colder when you get out of the pool. However if the temperature was the same the effect of the condensation of water on your skin would also have a cooling effect.
The health risks of a poorly maintained pool can be fatal. You can catch many infections.
You use a water heater, which may be electric or gas, to circulate the pool water through and maintain temperature.
Water temperature shall be min. 26oC (79oF).
The proper pH level is 7.2-7.5
Pool PH should always be maintained between 7.2 & 7.6. Most other pool chemicals including algaecides, clarifiers, and chlorine work most effectively with PH maintained in that range.
No way to tell, as it depends on several conditions:volume of poolshape of poolstarting temperature of waterstarting temperature of surrounding soilwindsunambient temperature
AnswerYes, a waterfall will certainly aerate the pool water which will cause a slight increase in water evaporation which will, in turn, slightly decrease the water temperature. However, this effect will be minor to say the least.Your pool water temperature will still be governed primarily by the amount of sunlight your pool receives, the surrounding air temperature, and the ground temperature. Water cooling due to wind and water evaporation are typically seconded contributors.Hope this helps ...thank you for this but we are talking about more for a stream. do you know anything about that? please reply back to me thank you!!!
At least 80
That is a question loaded with variables. How many gallons in the pool? What is the temperature outside? What is the temperature of the water? Is there a solar blanket on the pool? How about bather load? (# of swimmers per hour)