‘The Ultimate Swimming Pool Algae Survival Guide!’
Great for anyone who maintains swimming pools – from backyard oases to million-gallon natatoriums! A MUST HAVE that applies to pools of any shape or size – you’ll have fewer bouts with green, yellow, and black algae whether you take care of a pool at a facility, or an entire route with this ‘Get Rid of Swimming Pool Algae’ book on your shelf.
Use less chlorine without spending tons of money on costly treatments! Swimming pool algae is easy and super inexpensive to prevent when you know what to look for. Rudy shares tips and hacks that he has learned over his thirty years in the pool industry to help your pools keep that crisp, clear, Caribbean look.
Prevent it, Kill it, and Keep it from coming back!
All algae are not the same, and cookie-cutter treatments don’t always work. Stankowitz takes the guesswork out of identifying what you are dealing with and matching the best treatment to the specific algae type. An excellent book for both residential and commercial pools.
Whether you maintain a single pool or multiple bodies of water on a route, the ‘How to Get Rid of Swimming Pool Algae’ book will be the most comprehensive guide on algae prevention and remediation you will ever own. Algae is the single most commonly encountered swimming pool problems noted worldwide, so we felt that it deserved a book of its own that did more than touch upon the subject. But, be warned, after reading, you may find that you have become somewhat of a Guru on the topic.
The only Pool Care Guide with a focus on keeping swimming pools Algae Free:
- Algae Myths
- Environmental Factors
- The Role Water Chemistry Plays
- Conditions Different Algae Types Prefer
- The Influence of Filtration & Circulation
- Characteristics of Algae Species
- Algastats and Algaecides
- And More!
“Rudy, your field samples are very interesting – and rare. There is almost nothing published on the varieties of algae in pools… If you focus on black “algae,” you will be the first person in nearly 40 years to document it. That would be really, really cool.” – Dr. Roy D. Vore, Ph.D., Microbial physiologist, Senior Consultant, Vore & Associates, previously Technology Manager, BioLab inc.
“Fascinating!!!” – Dr. Tom Lachocki. Ph.D., Chief Executive Officer, Executive Legacy LLC, previously Chief Executive Officer, National Swimming Pool Foundation
“Interesting Rudy. I think it points to the importance of conducting a larger study where a number of pools are sampled to look for trends and how and if the trends correlate to certain pool parameters (indoor vs. outdoor, disinfectant used, maintenance schedule, typical swimmer profile, etc.). It also demonstrates the importance of validating the efficacy of a product in a field trial(s). At the end of the day, the best approach may be tailored treatment plans that are optimized for each pools, similar to the “personalized medicine” trend. Good work!” – Darla Goeres Ph.D., Center for Biofilm Engineering, Montana State University