Spilt by moderator form HERE. Please start a new thread for your own questions.Thanks, jblizzle
Ok, so now I'm really confused. I live in north Dallas area and just started the process of getting pool/spa bids and designs. The builders I've talked to say they are putting in ozonator/chlorine systems at about a 90% rate. They say it is cheaper and MUCH better on decks, stonework and metal furniture than salt systems. Not to mention it doesn't leave the white residue on windows and decking. Furthermore they are saying it results in a 70% reduction of chlorine use over straight chlorine systems. So, swimmers' eyes, skin and clothing are much better off.
This is my first post here and admittedly know little to nothing about sanitation systems but the majority of professionals I've spoken with (total of 7) are recommending the ozone/chlorine system over the SWG and straight chlorine. I also have two friends who have installed the ozone systems and the water quality is great over what I've always experienced with straight chlorine. SWG water is great too but I'm spooked by the corrosive affects. What's the deal?