FULL SERVICE Pool service
(Call, text or email with specifics such as city of location, landscape around pool area, Equipment, etc. ) prices depend on location/pool size/ landscape and equipment condition & amount of debris/foliage that drops into the pool in between visits and in the fall. We can give a ballpark estimate on cost of service/maintenance with the info you provide but prefer to see your pool in person for a more accurate assessment
We ask our clients to purchase a bucket of chlorine tablets to keep onsite (pool equipment area usually) for us to add during our visits. Leslie, Costco, Walmart, etc. have good deals on tablets or ask us and we’ll see what kind of price we can offer you.
Yes indeed, running your filter while swimmmg ensures positive water flow with filtration to keep a nice clear pool.
During the summer months we recommend running your filter 8-10 hours. Night time (after 8pm) is recommended to save $$$ on your power bill. Smaller pools 12k gallons and less can do 6-8 hours. These are just recommendations so it’s ultimately up to you to decide.
Keep a watchful eye on your pool. You should know your pool and backyard pretty well; and just keep skimmer baskets emptied (especially during the fall) and try to get out there at least once a day to check on things (leaks at the equipment, broken hoses or connectors, etc.) and try to keep the surface as clean and clear of leaves and debris as you can. Not a requirement but these steps will ensure you get the most out of your weekly pool service visits. If you simply can’t be out doing routine emptying of baskets, etc. in between our visits just please let us know when you first contact us so we can figure out a good plan for your pool and to keep you stress free.
Phosphates are food for algae, and treatment for this is newer (past 10 years) and very effective. Here’s a fun fact: Perfectly balanced water with high phosphate levels can have a bad algae bloom...YIKES!!!
What‘s not included in service as far as chemicals go is stabilizer, algaecide, phosphate remover and most recently sodium bi-carb to raise total alkalinity. We do provide one gallon of liquid chlorine per week, shock for the pool weekly if needed and muriatic acid as needed as well.
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