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Residential Pool Maintenence

Always Prepared

Monthly Pool Service Starts at 60.00

Basic Service: 

  • Weekly monitoring and maintaining of pool water chemistry

  • Brush pool walls, skim water surface, and clean waterline tiles weekly

  • The filter will be backwashed and/or cleaned once a month

Commercial Pool Maintenance

Service Experts


Commercial Monthly Plan

  • Service pool and/or spa three times per week; including monitoring and maintaining pool water chemistry, brush pool walls, skim water surface, and clean waterline tiles

  • Weekly vacuuming of the pool floor

  • The filter will be backwashed once a week

Pool Inspection

Expert Service

Help us help you by making sure your pool is working perfectly.

Areas Inspected:

  • Construction defects

  • Cracks

  • Filter

  • Circulation Pump

  • Heater

  • Backwash valves

  • Pool Sweep Pump – if applicable

  • Separation Tank – if applicable

  • Time Clock for Circulation Pump or Sweep Pump

  • Chlorine Generators – if applicable

  • Visible Plumbing System

  • Pool Surface

  • Deck and Deck Drains

  • Coping

  • Tile

  • Skimmer

  • Spa or Hot Tub

  • Automatic Controls

  • Automatic Cleaning System – if applicable

  • Pool Light with Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI)

  • Fill Line

  • Visible Water Condition

  • Waterfall – if applicable

  • Jump / Diving Board – if applicable

  • Ladder or Grab Rail – if applicable

  • Visible Signs of Leaks in Circulation System

  • Autofills – Electronic or Manual

Hurricane Protection

Always Prepared

Before the storm

  • Never completely drain your pool. You do not need to lower the water level in the pool, but if you decide to, be sure to close your skimmer valve to prevent damage to the pump when the power is turned on.

  • Turn off all electrical power to the swimming pool pump, motor, lighting, chlorinators, etc.

  • If your filter pump is in an unsheltered area, have the motor removed and stored or wrap the motor with a waterproof membrane or plastic bag and tie it securely in place to prevent sand and driving water from entering the motor.

  • Remove all loose items from the pool area. It is not advisable to throw patio furniture or accessories into the pool. If it is necessary, however, remove them as soon as possible after the storm has passed. Heavy furniture may chip and damage the pool finish and the chemicals in the water will damage it.

  • Add extra chlorine to your pool to prevent contamination. The pool provides a handy source of water for washing and flushing if your house water supply fails.

  • If your pool area is screened, you may prevent costly damage to the frame structure by removing 1 or 2 panels of screen above the chair rail on each side to allow the wind to blow through. Don’t remove the lower panels or panels overhead. Slip the pins out of the door hinges and place the doors in a protected area.​


After the storm

  • DO NOT EMPTY THE POOL! High ground water can cause structural damage to an empty pool. There is a very good chance that your pool will lift right out of the ground if you drain it after heavy rains or floods or when the water table is high.

  • Super chlorinate the pool water. When the chlorine residual returns to normal, have the water tested for proper balance. Heavy rain upsets mineral balance needed for protection of your equipment and pool finish.

  • Remove all debris from pool with a leaf rake and a skimmer before restarting the system to prevent clogged lines. Some chemical feeders require special care before starting the pump motor. Check with your pool company.

  • Remove any wrapping around the pump motor. If the motor has been submerged, it should be removed for professional cleaning and drying. If the pump has remained dry, turn on the electricity.

  • Check to take sure the pool is operating normally and that the water is circulating in the pool. Reset time clocks to show the correct time of day. Run the filter until the water is crystal clear and resume normal pool operation.

Acid Wash

Do you need an Acid Wash?

The main purpose of an acid wash is to remove stains, scale, and calcium from the floor and corners of your pool bed. Acid washes aren't only for bad conditions maybe you just want your pool to shine a little brighter. An acid wash is always a dramatic aesthetic improvement.


When we acid wash your pool we will start by draining the pool completely. This will give us a clear view of our work field. Remember, the process is time-consuming but we are here to make it simple.

Repairs

Service Experts

  • Gas, Solar & Electrical Heaters

  • Pumps and Motors

  • Cartridge Filters

  • Pool Lighting

  • Chlorinators

  • Saltwater Systems

  • Handrails and Ladders

  • Automation Systems

  • Automatic Pool Cleaners

  • Fountains

Call or email us for more information on repairs.

Whatever the job, we’ve got you covered. Contact us now.

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