So I know this has been discussed a lot here, and most say "stay away", or at least that it's more expensive. But let me ask opinions specific to my case....
We just switched to EZ-Pool this year, got talked into it.(I almost always research before hand, but the wife and I just wanted it up with little hassle). Anyways, we also opted for the Nature2 system. An $85 junction box installed on my line that is supposed to cut our chemical use by half. We have a 36x18 pool, 16k gallons. We do 2scoops and 2sticks every Sunday. So the sticks are the "sanitizing agent", basically just a nominal amount of chlorine right? I've read posts are on here where the water can be dangerous to swim in even if it's clear, because too much copper and not enough chlorine. Is this something I have to worry about in my case? We normally have our water tested every other week or once a month depending on clarity.
Let me just say we've had the WORST time with this stuff. Our water has been green or cloudy almost all year. We had a "professional" pool company come test our pool and tell us what to do...they've been out like 6times and couldn't figure it out. It may have been the filter was getting too much air. It's not green anymore, but still cloudy.
Are there 1 for 1 comparisons in price for ezpool to chlorine or BBB. And comparisons in time/effort? My time is definitely worth a certain amount of money.