My indoor pool has been serving me for quite a while now. The problem however is that recently I started experiencing this musty smell and there are signs of damp all over. What should I do? Can I get a dehumidifier for that?
Swimming pools and indoor spas require very sensitive maintenance services. This is because when pool water is heated to swimming temperature, large amounts of moist air are released into the enclosed indoor swimming pool. This moist air, save from being toxic with chemical disinfectant, can really be harmful for the swimming pool and the surrounding structures. If left uncontrolled, mold and mildew will start growing in and around the indoor swimming pool. Extreme conditions will see even adjacent structures affected by this mold and mildew. You therefore require an indoor pool dehumidifier to avoid the cost of getting rid of catastrophic humidity effects. Swimming pool dehumidifiers need to be chosen depending on the size of your space. In some instances you can use the large industrial units. Read more about our industrial dehumidifiers reviews here.