Swimming Pool Maintenance Full-service maintenance and cleaning for your pool or spa
Establishing a weekly pool cleaning routine is the best way to maintain clean water and balanced water chemistry. Our swimming pool maintenance service specialists are happy to walk you through it, so you can service your own pool, or swing by weekly for full-service pool care. We carry multiple pool cleaning products for the do-it-yourselfer.
When it comes to pool equipment like filtration systems and heaters, leave it to the pros. We've got the specialty tools and years of experience needed to repair and restore professional pool equipment.
The right mixture of chemicals is an important part of the cleanliness and comfort of your pool. We offer a wide range of powerful, yet eco-friendly pool chemicals that are safe for you and your family.
A pool that is kept clean will last longer than a pool that is poorly maintained, but who wants to spend their free time cleaning? From debris removal to intricate cleaning of pumps and parts, our crew will keep your pool clean and working great for years to come.
Pumps, heaters, and robotic cleaners for pools sometimes fall into disrepair. Before you break the bank purchasing new equipment, call us to see whether we can repair it.
If you're purchasing a home with a pool or using your pool for the first time in a while, have it professionally inspected for safety and integrity by one of our experts.
You should remove debris from your pool almost every day if possible. A more thorough weekly cleaning is ideal to keep your pool clean and your equipment working efficiently. And professional maintenance should be performed by a professional at least once every spring and fall.
Your annual pool maintenance costs will depend largely on how often you decide to have your pool serviced and whether you choose to do some of the maintenance yourself. However, you can generally expect to pay approximately $200 per month for routine service and maintenance.
Most pumps are designed to run continuously, and some pumps may not last as long when they are constantly being turned off and back on. In addition to providing beautiful, serene water features, pumps also serve the purpose of preventing algae buildup, so that's another thing to consider when deciding whether to turn off your pumps. Mosquitos and other bugs may also make a home of standing water, so it's not a good idea to leave your pump off too long.
The amount of time you should wait to swim in your pool after it has been chemically treated varies depending on the chemicals used. If you are just doing regular chemical maintenance, it’s safe to swim after about 20 minutes. If you are treating your pool with chlorine or calcium chloride, you may need to stay out of the pool for anywhere from 2 to 24 hours.
It’s generally a good idea to test your pool water 2-3 times per week to ensure safe pH and chemical levels.