When George and Deanna Hill moved into their new California home, they wanted to install a pool—but only if it would be low-maintenance and provide a safe and healthy swimming experience. “We wanted an alternative that did not dry our skin nor did it make our eyes red, especially with the kids,” says Deanna, “and that we could enjoy without a lot of maintenance.”
The Hills turned to Clear Comfort treatment systems. They wanted to spend more time enjoying their pool, and less time maintaining chlorine levels.
What if you could purify your swimming pool the way the Earth’s atmosphere naturally cleans the air? That’s exactly what Clear Comfort CEO and co-founder Steve Berens set out to do in 2014 with the advent of a water treatment technology that drastically minimizes a pool’s need for toxic pool chemicals. Clear Comfort gives your pool nontoxic, odorless, crystal clear water.
Clear Comfort uses a patented advanced oxidation process (AOP) system to bring you the clearest, cleanest water possible. “Clear Comfort provides the healthiest pool water on the market with the safest and least amount of chlorine possible,” says Berens. And all their products are American-made in Colorado.
An AOP creates hydroxyl radicals, which rapidly oxidize and destroy contaminants from the water during filtration. Clear Comfort’s residential pool system can treat up to 90 gallons of water per minute. And it cleans pool water even more thoroughly than traditional chlorine or saltwater pools—certain pathogens, like Cryptosporidium, are chlorine-resistant, while Clear Comfort has been proven in independent lab tests to destroy 99.99% of such protozoans.
Not only does this drastically reduce your pool’s need for chlorine down to drinking-water levels, but it also eliminates harmful disinfection by-products (DBPs) created during chlorine sanitation.
Today, George and Deanna say they notice a difference in the…
To learn more about how AOP water treatment transformed the Hill’s home pool, read the full article on Luxury Pools Magazine.
Originally appeared on Luxury Pools Magazine.