Use A Liquid Solar Pool Cover-
A liquid solar pool cover is a chemical compound that acts as a thin fluid blanket for your pool water. Because of it, it’s possible to reduce the loss of water from evaporation by up to 15%. The cover is non-toxic and non-staining, which means you can use the pool at any time, without cleaning it out. It won’t even clog your pool filers, making it useful if you expect people to be getting in and out of the pool on a regular basis.
Enclose Your Pool-
A partial or full pool shelter with solid walls-not just insect screens-can help to reduce evaporation by keeping the sun from directly shining on the pool and keeping moisture in and close to the pool itself.
Use Solar Pool Rings-
Solar pool rings are like little mini-covers for the pool, helping to warm the pool and prevent evaporation. They allow you to cover up parts of the pool you’re not using, move them out of the way to use other parts, and help to keep debris out as well. The rings can be easily removed and stacked when the whole pool is needed. They don’t count as a full pool cover and shouldn’t be used in place of one, but to supplement one.
Turn Off Water Features When Not in Use-
Water features such as water slides, fountains, waterfalls, and laminar sprayers look beautiful, but they can greatly increase the amount of evaporation of water in your pool. When you’re not using them or don’t need them, turn them off and remember to turn them off when you’re done. Putting these features on a timer might be a good idea, as you can turn it on and not worry about turning it off.
There are quite a few options to reduce your pool water loss, and Apache Pools can be there to help you with them.