Saltwater pools are not “seawater” salty
When people ask about a saltwater pool, it always sparks a good conversation. A saltwater pool uses a salt-chlorine generator. Saltwater pools are not “seawater” salty; this only means that instead of adding chlorine to your pool water, you add salt, and the salt generator converts it to chlorine for you.
People call them a saltwater pool because your pool professional will add salt to the water at a level high enough to allow the chlorine generator to function, making the water feel silkier. Of course, there are pros & cons to a saltwater pool, but that’s where your Selah Design Consultant will guide you.
Jandy™ exclusively designs the modern chlorine generator and pool automation equipment featured at Selah. As a result, the pros at Selah deliver both a convenient & practical sanitation experience for your dream swimming pool experience.