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Pool pumps play an important role in pool maintenance. The maintenance of a swimming pool is different from just having a pool. You have to take proper care of your pool for its proper working. As a pool owner, you should focus on certain situations. You should know when to clean your pool and how many times to clean your pool in a day. Maybe someone will ask, should I run my pool pump when it rains? How you can maintain the chemical balance of your pool?


After knowing the answer to all these questions, you would be prepared to properly manage your swimming pool. If you are particularly searching about "should I run my pool pump when it rains?", then you are in right place. We are going to give proper guidance about all your swimming pool management related questions. Let’s read it and get to know.


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Should I run my pool pump when it rains?


Yes, you should run your pool pump when it rains as the main purpose of it is the cleaning of your pool water. When you run a pool pump during rain, it works very well and cleans almost all the debris in the water while maintaining the pH of the water.

Rainwater doesn't come alone. It brings much dirt and debris along. All this dirt mix in the pool water and make it unhealthy and dirty. When you run the pool pump during rain, it starts cleaning the water continuously and hence keep the pool clean even during rain. But you have to thoroughly clean the pool after rain too.


What is the effect of not running the pool pump during the rain?


Of course, you can choose not to run the swimming pool pump when it rains, It is your choice but running it on is most beneficial comparatively.

Running your pool pump during rain will continuously filter the water. It consumes too much electricity as you have to run it again after the rain stops. So indirectly it will increase the cost of your electricity bill.

Whatever you think is more suitable for your swimming pool do that. If you consider running the pool pump during rain too, it will be a better decision.


What are the effects of rain on a swimming pool?


Rainwater is usually contaminated with several impurities and chemicals. When this chemical containing water enters your swimming pool, it can disturb the pH of your pool’s water.

Apart from this rainwater can also cause many other problems in the swimming pool. It can affect the Chlorine balance of your pool. It is also notorious for affecting the alkalinity of your pool. The water level of your pool increases with rainwater.

For better maintenance of your pool, you have to solve all these problems. Keep running the swimming pool pump continuously even during rain so that it keeps raining all the debris.


What steps should you take after the rain stops?


After the rain stops, you have to clean your swimming pool properly as its water is now contaminated with several harmful chemicals. Following are some steps that you should take immediately after rain stops for ensuring the proper maintenance of your pool.


1. Lower the water level in your pool

After the rain stops, make sure to maintain the water level of your pool. The rainwater increases the level of pool water. It is the most important step that you have to take immediately after rain stops for the proper functioning of the swimming pool.

You can think that this step is unnecessary. But it is not unnecessary. This step ensures the proper functioning of your pool pump and pool filters. The swimming pool equipment fails to work properly when there is too much water in it.


2. Clean skimmer basket

All the debris that rainwater contains catch into the skimmer basket of your swimming pool. After the rain stops, make sure to clean it properly. It is an important step that you have to take immediately after rain stops.

After you clean the skimmer basket, place it again in its position. Turn on the pool pump so that it can gather all the remaining debris in this basket again.


3. Pool shocking

Pool shocking is an important step to take after the rain stops. In this step, you have to replenish chlorine as it kills all the germs and bacteria in the pool. Keep in mind that swimming is prohibited for the next 24 hours after chlorine replenish as its high concentration can be dangerous for your skin.


4. Clean the debris

After adding chlorine to the water, your next job is to clean all the debris and dirt that is not the job of chlorine. This step can be performed with help of a manual skimmer. It will collect all the remaining debris (leaves etc.) from the pool and will prevent the fast filling of the pool's skimmer basket.


5. Water test

The last but not the least step is the water test of your swimming pool. Check the chemical ratios in water. It will give you an idea about water pH maintenance. Add the chemicals that are required to add and clean up the excessive chemicals.


You should follow all these steps only if they are required. If the rain is light and hasn't turned your pool water dirty, you don't have any need to follow all these steps. In that case, you just have to clean up the skimmer basket and maintain the chemical level. Also, run the pool pump. These are enough steps in case of light rain.


Conclusion


You can run  pool pump when it's raining as it will clean your pool continuously. This is not compulsory. After the rain, make sure to clean your swimming pool properly.

If you want to find a good swimming pool pump, or know more about swimming pool pump problems, welcome to browse the website and consult Poolking at any time.


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