Pool Cleaning and Maintenance
We can provide a pool cleaning maintenance plan to suit your needs. Whether it is once or three times a week, our trained and experienced service technicians will:
- Brush walls, steps, spas
- Clean and empty all baskets
- Backwash filters as necessary
- Test water chemistry and adjust as needed
- Skim surface to remove debris
- Vacuum as needed
- Check cleaner operation and the function of all equipment
- Lube o-rings as needed
- Check and replace small items that are necessary for proper operation, baskets, backwash hose, floaters, weir doors, gauges etc. ( these items will be added to your monthly invoice)
Call us today to inquire further about our pool cleaning and maintenance plans.
Having a Specific Problem?
There is nothing worse than walking into your backyard for a swim, only to find a cloudy, green color has replaced your crystal clear pool water. Unfortunately, this is a reality for a lot of homeowners in The Valley who have to take a few months off of enjoying their pool in the winter. Though it isn’t often, when the weather is not 110 degrees and sunny, our pools tend to take a backseat to other maintenance duties around the home.
The green color that you see in the water is caused by algae build up in and around the pool. Because of the bacteria that accumulates with algae, the pool is no longer safe to swim in. Being in and around these harmful pathogens can lead to serious health issues for you and your family.
How to Clean a Pool Filter
In Arizona, there is dust constantly swirling through the desert air, which eventually settles back on land. Not only does dirt and debris collect in our yards, roads, and rooftops, but also our pools. Pool water in any location is always susceptible to bugs, debris, slime, and bacteria, however, this gunk tends to be more common in the Phoenix area. Here, our dusty, mountainous climate makes it especially easy for rocks and wind to kick up whatever is lying on the ground, only to carry it right into our backyards.
We’ve all experienced cloudy, greenish looking pool water at least once as a pool owner. This sight can be alarming as it is often difficult to know just where the root of the problem lies. There are so many components to a pool’s operation, understanding which part may be malfunctioning is no easy feat.