Benefits of building a salt water pool
Safer: Basically, saltwater pools are not free of chlorine. What happens is that they generate their own chlorine via electrolysis, which is a process. In this process, you add sodium chlorine to the pool water. The water goes through the generator and an electric discharge works on the salt to produce chlorine (HOCI).
This eliminates the need to store this dangerous chemical in your house, but the pool water is always safe to swim in.
Gentler: Unlike the traditional pools, a salt water pool has a lower amount of chlorine. This is good news for those who are allergic to chlorine. If you are one of them, you don’t to worry as a salt water pool will be gentle on your skin and won’t cause skin or eye irritation.
“Softer” feel: If you have ever felt rainwater, you know it feels kind of silkier. A salt water pool will give you the same feeling. And most people like this silkiness more than the harsh feel of water that contains chlorine.
According to many studies, swimming in a salt water pool can help you treat many skin disorders, such as acne, eczema, and psoriasis. Besides, salt water works like a natural exfoliator and moisturizer helping your skin retain moisture much longer.
Lower maintenance: Since a chlorine generator produces chlorine automatically, you don’t need to spend a lot of time adding those harsh chemicals to the water. In the same way, you don’t need to keep an eye on the pH and chlorine levels to ensure everything is fine. The only maintenance work is to check and clean the generator every couple of months as needed.
Better smell: Unlike chlorine, saltwater systems don’t emit a nasty smell. This is great news for you if you despise the smell of chlorine after swimming.
Good for your joints: Since saltwater contains a mineral called bromide, it can help you relieve your pains, aches, and soreness in your joints and muscles. Aside from this, if you are recovering from a joint injury, you can swim in salt water more easily as the bromide helps heal joints and muscles.