All pool finishes come with a minimum of a 10 year warranty from the manufacturer. In order for your pool finish warranty to be valid, you MUST keep all water chemistry records from the date of purchase.
Maintaining your pool finish:
You must brush the entire pool surface, from the top of the walls down, starting at the shallow-end and ending at the deep-end at least once a day.
BALANCED WATER CHEMISTRY
Balanced water chemistry is critical to maintain the appearance of your pool finish.
Deterioration, discoloration and scaling as a result of the premature
or improper use of chemicals and use of chemical feeders are the responsibility of the homeowner or trained pool technician. Your daily water chemistry should always stay within the perimeters of the Langelier Saturation Index listed below. Following these guidelines will help to reduce the likelihood of problems with the pool surface. Failure to follow the manufacturer’s instructions and to control the LSI may cause deleterious effects, which are not the result of improper workmanship or a manufacturer's defect.
Langelier Saturation Index
Free Chlorine = 1 to 3 ppm (Above 4.0ppm may cause corrosion)
Total Chlorine = 1 to 3 ppm
pH = 7.4 to 7.6
Alkalinity = 80 to 120 ppm
Calcium Hardness = 200 to 400 ppm
Cyanuric acid = 50 to 80 ppm
TDS = 300 to 1800 ppm (Non-salt pools)
Salt Level = 2500 to 3500 ppm (Salt chlorination ONLY)