Hi, I've decided that I may have to drain the entire pool after testing all the chemicals. No Partial drain. I have an in ground plaster pool, about 30,000 gallons. I'm trying to have this done before the water rates increases next month.
My pool has some sort of scaling or rough spots on random spots of the pool floor it has some sort of discoloration...and when yellow algae grows, it needs to be brushed more than once in those areas..
Is there something I can do to make it smooth again and remove this?
I'm wondering it there it is something that I can do myself..trying to save money.
I also want to make sure I don't miss anything that I should be doing while the water is out..or to look out for?
I don't get why they say don't drain it in extreme heats, is 70-75 degrees okay?
Also my pool is built near a edge of a hill (where it starts to slope downwards) and the dirt looks really dry. I is my pool going to pop out?