92 Intellichlor Salt Chlorinators Home Design Photos

Kailey J. Flynn Photography
1 Review
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I am getting ready to build a house and would love to have a system in my house that doesn't have chlorine! I have been searching and searching!
Chlorine and salt free pool. Purified by ozone. Texas.
can use sun-room - look into ionized oxygen option instead of chlorine or salt
screened in -- would like it smaller and salt water. Like glass wall between living area.
The pool is purified by ionized oxygen — no chlorine or salt. The oxygen is not harmful to the skin
Kailey J. Flynn Photography added this to My Houzz: An Animal Lover's Texas Sanctuary The pool is purified by ionized oxygen — no chlorine or salt. The oxygen is not harmful to the skin or the environment; it's like swimming in bottled water.Pool: Davinci Pools, designed by Frank Matusek;
“Pool” — gesus123
Pool Stop
Water Features & Fountains
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It uses a Pentair Intellichlor (salt) system. We used a pebbled surface to mimic the sand look. If you have any more questions, please email us at watersedge@poolstoponline.com!
Is there sand at the bottom of the pool and do you use sea salt or chlorine...
Make it salt water with a constant flow of some kind and I'll buy it!
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Purple Cherry Architects
13 Reviews
Private Waterfront Residence on Aberdeen Creek
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properly maintaining this room? thank you for any advice!! And does anyone recommend a filtration system that is best for this situation? I've heard that salt water pools are great...
when ordering windows and doors for the space, insist on "seacoast" or stainless steel hardware as it will stand up well to the extra moisture and salt/chlorine influence if any. ( this is the "internal" hardware like hinges, keepers, latch and lock, not necessarily the handles)
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Contemporary Pool
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We are getting a new pool built next month with a tanning ledge. So, we need to buy some lounge chairs for our tanning ledge that will last in chlorine water. What brand are the ones you are showing? What are they made of? Where did you get them? Thanks Michelle Goldsmith
I too would like to know if there's a lounger that would be okay to use in a salt water pool "beach". Thank you.
idea; placing any old lounge chair in your pool will result in a rusty mess. Ledge Loungers are specially treated so they will not be affected by chlorine and other pool chemicals.
idea; placing any old lounge chair in your pool will result in a rusty mess. Ledge Loungers are specially treated so they will not be affected by chlorine and other pool chemicals.
“Pool area low water level for tards” — zzzhitman
Deep River Partners
2 Reviews
Lake Michigan Home
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It functions as a swimming pool would. The water is treated and circulated like a pool. It uses ozone rather than chlorine for the system so that there is not a chlorine smell.
Indoor heated salt water or koi
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Harmony Design Group
5 Reviews
Timeless Elegance
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Are there issues with salt water chlorination and the sandstone? Sun cause stone to lighten ? Problems with dirt?
that might help you. A pool contractor that i often work with has seen some natural stones being damaged by the salt water in the pools. Some pool contractors are moving away from the salt water due to the damage its doing to the plaster and pool decking surfaces. If you would like to speak with me please
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Specialty Pool & Fountain, LLC
Residential Pool in Baltimore, Maryland
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salt chlorination
Salt System
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TaC studios, architects
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765 studio/residence, a modern residence in Atlanta, Georgia
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... maintain it? Chemicals, salt? Where are the filters etc. buried? :) Thanks!
swimming. We can't lead any pipes underneath the house because we have a huge cellar underneath :). salt would also be our way to go, at the moment we have no filtration and i'm dumping masses of chlorine into it. might make a real pool out of it one day!!
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