Pool Cleaning Service
As you may be able to deduce from our name, Santa Rosa Pool Cleaning specializes in pool cleaning services. Pools can be costly additions to any home or apartment complex and, with regular cleaning, you can reduce the need for additional costs in the future, by helping to properly maintain your pool. We offer a range of cleaning solutions, from skimming to sanitation to shock treatments, we can do it all. No pool is too big or too small and we can properly clean residential or commercial pools. Just let us know what you need done!
Residential swimming pools are becoming increasingly more common. Whereas pools used to be a status symbol for the rich and successful, they are now quickly becoming staples of the modern California home. In order to keep your pool functioning and looking like new, you need to have regular cleaning done. Think of it like your bathtub: yes, you use soap and water to wash yourself, but over time, that soap and water causes build up on the tub which you need to clean. It’s the same with a pool! A clean pool, is a happy pool.
In addition to residential pools, we also clean commercial pools. Because commercial pools, either in apartment complexes or hotels, usually see far more traffic than residential pools, they need to be cleaned on a more frequent basis. We recommend contacting us and creating a routine pool cleaning schedule. With our professional cleaning services, we can assure that, not only does your pool last as long as possible, but that your guests stay safe and free of bacteria. We have the proper tools to clean any type of pool and promise we can get it done as efficiently as possible.
The common types of physical, manual pool cleaning are skimming, brushing and vacuuming. Skimming is the process of using a net and telescoping pole to, literally, skim the surface of the water, collecting leaves and insects that float at the top. Brushing is used to clean the walls of your pool. Brushing gives a mildly abrasive surface with which to clean off things like mold and build up. The last process we use is pool vacuuming. These machines are meant to be submerged under the water, where they vacuum up debris that has managed to fall to the bottom of your pool.
Sensitization is a great step to take in keeping your pool clean, but contrary to popular belief, this isn’t the only thing you need to do to keep your pool sparkling clean. Sensitization, however, does help to kill bacteria that has permeated your pool water. In this past this has most commonly been done by adding chlorine to your pool water. Chlorine, when mixed with water causes a mild acid reaction, which effectively kills most water born disease. In addition to this, water balances and oxidizers should be used to offset the chlorine, to make the water less stressful on skin, hair and eyes.