Pool cleaning service is an umbrella term for the general function and cleaning procedures in maintaining your pool. With us, we take care of all the detailed work in sustaining the safety and integrity of your pool, throughout the seasons. Even while your pool isn’t in use, it still needs to be cleaned and maintained to make enjoying the pool when the weather warms up again easily manageable. We provide year-long maintenance and pool cleaning services that include checking the filter, regular skimming, vacuuming, and shock testing. We also do bi-weekly pool cleaning, and some of our customers enjoy just once monthly cleanings.
We also have pool cleaners who clean pools at public facilities and apartment complexes. We do pool cleaning for vacation homes where we work directly with property maintenance companies to maintain the pool at those homes.
We can also do a one-time pool cleanup service if you pool has been been without proper pool care for a time and you need to bring it back to its clean and balanced state.
Our pool service can be customized to suit your needs or purpose. Call us for a free quote. Filter Cleaning The pool filter is your pool's main defense against a dirty pool. As water is pumped to circulate the water from the pool into the filtration system, the filter acts as a catch all for smaller debris and sand. The filter should be cleaned and back washed once a week. If you leave a filter dirty too long it can cause wear on the pump, as the pump works harder to cause water to flow through a clogged or dirty filter.
Surface Cleaning Surface cleaning includes skimming the surface of the water using a pool skimmer to remove leaves, acorns, twigs, bugs, and any other undesirable debris you might see floating around. Pool skimming can also clean up any surface algae that is present, as well as some items that may be harder to catch, like the occasional frog or beetle that’s found their way into your waters. Surface cleaning helps keep floating objects from sifting into the pool’s filter, where debris accumulation can cause clogged or disruptions.
Floor Cleaning and Vacuuming An uncomfortable feeling that we can all agree on is walking into a pool and feeling dirt or sand beneath your toes on the pool's surface – or even worse, rocks! These types of outdoor elements tend to fall into the water, sink and can linger until vacuumed away. Pool cleaning services tackle these pesky annoyances and get into the corners or depth of the pool where a vacuum may need assistance reaching. Professional pool cleaners also use brushes and scrubs to clean steps, ledges, and an elevated area where the floor vacuum is unable to reach.
Chemical Testing and Balancing Your pool chemistry is vital to health of your pool's surface and equipment, not to mention the comfort of the people who use the pool. When the pH is out of the proper range things can go wrong. If the pH of the water is too low it will corrode the metal equipment, cause skin irritations if you swim in it, and cause etching. If the pH of the water is too high it will cause scaling of the pool's surface and plumbing equipment . When the pH is too high the water will look cloudy. During the rainy season in Florida, each significant rainfall (more than an inch of rain) can leave your pool out of balance where the pH is too low and the chlorine will have been diluted. Save yourself the headache and worry and let us handle it. We balance your pool's chemicals at every pool maintenance visit. Our weekly pool cleaning service is best for the summer months when we experience the most rainfall.
Shock Testing Shock testing is another form of pool cleaning and maintenance that ensures your pool and its suitable for swimmers. Shock is used in both chlorine and salt-water based pools as a powder that is intended to treat the water and keep it clean and healthy. Since water can quickly become contaminated, either from a rainstorm or even from a few days of neglect, it is susceptible to quick deterioration which can be harmful to any swimmer who enters the pool after it's been contaminated. Shock testing is done by adding shock to the pool and allowing to take effect, which is measured through professional testing. Once your pool's been shocked, it's ready to swim in again after a few hours.