We provide a variety of services for you. All of our services come with a 100% money back satisfaction guarantee.
Chemical only service starting at $60.00 per month.
Full Weekly Services starting at $89.00 per month.
Weekly Cleaning (with no contracts)
Equipment Repairs and Installation
Filter Cleaning and Service
and much more!
Weekly Services – What We Do:
Net the surface and the bottom of the pool for large debris.
Brush the sides, steps.
Check the water level, automatic vacuum cleaners or pop-up cleaning systems for normal operation.
Test the water chlorine and pH levels (weekly) and periodically test the water hardness and cyanuric acid (stabilizer)
Add chlorine and muriatic acid to maintain recommended safe levels. We use chlorine tabs and dry shock.
Empty the skimmer basket(s) and pump basket(s)
Check pressure on the filter, backwash if required or notify customers of required cleaning of filter.
Check timer operation. Set pool timer to run during off peak hours during the summer and the winter.
Spot check equipment for problems and notify customer with estimate for repair.
Sign in on service record card (usually kept in the pump timer box) the date and time. You will always know when we have been there!
Repairs, Replacements & Upgrades - What We Cover:
Pumps & Motors:
Pump and variable speed pump upgrades
Complete heater diagnostic & repair
Plumbing and Leak repair
Backwashing and Cleaning
Filter cartridges or DE grid replacement
Filter replacements or upgrades
Timers / Controls:
Installation & Repair
Programming & Instruction
Seasonal run time adjustments
Pool and Spa light repairs
Component installation and repair
Pool Care Tips:
1. Brushing is an extremely important but often overlooked task towards maintaining your pool.
Brushing removes microscopic matter from the pool walls and floor, which suspend this matter in the water where they will be killed by the
chlorine (or its alternative) and filtered out of the pool. Article reference: Routine Pool Maintenance
2. Sand filters should be professionally replaced every 4-5 years whereas a cartridge filter, or individual pleated filter element(s) should be replaced yearly. Article reference: Routine Pool Maintenance