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Pool Cleaning

man cleaning his pool

In our pool service page, we talk about some of the chemicals that we use to keep the water in pools clean. In this case, though, we want to talk about what we are actually doing to clean the pool itself, not just the water. Over time, it’s natural that leaves and debris could potentially end up in your pool. Even if you don’t even have trees nearby. A storm and a strong wind day can make your pool a mess. That’s sadly one of the problems that are hard to combat. We can clean the pool one day if we get bad weather the next day the pool can be just as dirty. Here are a couple of cleaning procedures that we actually use. Also, we want to give you some tips on how to keep the pool clean.

Scrubbing Down Pool Walls & Floors  

Will a pool vacuum cleaner be enough to keep debris out of the pool and keep the walls and floors of the pool free from dirt build-up? Pool vacuum cleaning gadgets have certainly evolved over the years. We can say that they are way more effective than they used to be. Still, when push comes to shove, they are most likely not going to be able to keep your pool free of debris. Therefore the first part of our cleaning procedure involves scrubbing down walls and floors.

Removing All Sorts Of Debris From The Pool   

Removing debris from the pool is not the only thing that we are going to be doing as part of the cleaning service. Sometimes it may look like it’s the only thing that we really do. That’s what you see in movies, but that’s not true at all. We have to make sure that there is no debris in any part of the pool. Mainly in filters and in water supply systems that could be causing some trouble.

Can A Pool Covering Help Keep My Pool Clean?

Of course, a pool covering can help you keep a pool much cleaner. If you have one why then would you need us to come by and clean the pool? We may not have as much of a need to scrub the pool walls and things of that nature. The problem that we see in pools that are covered up and because of this their owners will limit the number of times they clean the pool is debris issues. You get your filters all clogged up and you are dealing with those issues. With cleaner walls and floors if you will.

How Often Do I Need To Have My Pool Cleaned?  

For the most part, we offer to set up a schedule where we'll clean your pool every two weeks. If you have a pool covering and you feel that you can minimize the number and go to a monthly schedule, we don’t recommend it. If that’s what you want to do though, we can set something up for you like that.

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