Bioguard offers an extensive line of the highest quality chemicals available on the market. All of Bioguard's chemicals are made in the U.S.A. Highland Pool & Spa is a Bioguard Platinum Dealer, offering knowledge and education on pool and spa chemicals. Highland Pool & Spa offers in store water testing FREE of charge and can help plan the perfect maintenance program for your swimming pool to keep in clear and sanitary.
Killing bacteria and preventing algae is a vital step and Sanitizers are the key ingredients of proper pool maintenance. Chlorine and bromine keep the water clear, protected from bacteria and help control algae. They are part of the BioGuard® 3-Step Pool Care System.
The SilkGuard® advantage
The best BioGuard sanitizers feature SilkGuard technology
and are found ONLY at:
- BioGuard dealers,
- Makes water soft and smooth,
- Prevents scaling, protects against corrosion and metal staining,
- Protects pool equipment for longer life.
Saltwater pools are favored for their simpler and gentler approach to pool care, but they do have some unique needs when compared to traditional chlorine pools. BioGuard offers two unique pool care programs that enhance the saltwater experience.on.
SaltScapes Saltwater Pool Care System was designed specifically for saltwater pools and provides everything you need to keep your saltwater sparkling and protect your equipment and pool surfaces.
Our trained staff are salt water experts and will keep your salt water pool performing at peak condition.
Soft Swim is a revolutionary new mineral pool maintenance range, developed for new and existing pools. It produces the softest, smoothest and silkiest water available, ensuring swimmers’ satisfaction. Additionally, Soft Swim is an easy, cost-effective way of maintaining a pool.
Softer on your skin, eyes and hair: Soft Swim is like moisturiser for your pool. No more itchy skin, sore eyes or dry hair.
In a spa, sanitizers are added to control the growth of bacteria and algae. The warm water environment of the spa is conducive to growth, making sanitization essential to having a clean spa that is suitable for bathers. Although the chemical reactions that occur to sanitize a spa are the same as in a pool, the reactions in a spa happen at a much faster rate. Chemicals become more reactive and tend to be used up more quickly than in a pool, requiring frequent chemical additions to maintain proper sanitizer residuals.