We recently bought a home that had been in foreclosure with an inground indoor pool. Everything is up and running, my alkalinity and PH are almost in line. I am confused when it comes to using the chlorine though.
I've done a lot of reading and talked with 3 pool companies who have all told me something different. I am more confused than when I started asking this question!
Can I use chlorine in my indoor pool when it is heated to 82 to 84 degrees? The first company (who also sold me the chlorine supplies and my Hayward in-line feeder) said chlorine is what I need. The second company told me to switch to bromine b/c of the warmer temperature. The third told me the chlorine is just fine - just turn my pool down to 76 degrees. (If i do that, no one will swim in it, so it would technically be very safe!)
I have about a year's supply of chlorine, so I would prefer to use what I have - but not at the cost of having an unsafe unsanitized pool.