Pool Maintenance and Repair
Pools can be expensive to install, so it makes sense to us that you would want to everything you can to keep your pool functioning and looking like new. With regular maintenance, pool repairs should need to happen less regularly. However, it’s impossible to think that repairs will never be needed. No matter what situation you need us for, pool maintenance or repair, we promise we have your back. We want to keep your pool up and functioning, because there is nothing worse than going out to use it on a hot day and realizing that something is wrong.
Testing Pool Water Chemistry
One of the best ways to maintain your pool is to keep an eye on proper water chemistry. We have the most modern, best testing kits on the market to make sure that your pool’s PH balances and sanitizer levels are where they should be at. We are trained to understand what the readings mean and, if it seems like something is out of order, we can easily fix this with a pool shock treatment or by adding chlorine and other sanitizers.
Pool Chemical Balance
Pool chemicals are available to the average consumer, but we think you should use us as a professional resource. Pool chemicals, like choline, can be extremely dangerous (even deadly) if handled the wrong way. We have years of experience and training to be able to use these chemicals in the way they are meant to be used. Beyond that, adding an incorrect amount of sanitizers and water balances can cause algae growth and or sickness to you and your family. For this reason, we ask that you let us be a part of your regular pool maintenance; keeping you safe!
Pool Liner Patching
Pool liners are an important part of most pools. These linings help to hold water in and keep your pool surface looking like new. There are two kinds of pool lining patched that we can install; the first is a dry patch and the second is an underwater patch. With a dry patch option, the pool needs to be drained in order for the patch to hold. This is usually best used in an above ground pool, where draining is an easier option. The underwater patch, we can install with water still in the pool and this is typically a great choice for in-ground pools.
The pool pump is a main component in a pool system. You can think of this as the heart of the pool. The pump ensures proper water circulation, pushing old water through your filters and drains and cycling in filtered water so that your pool remains clean and debris free. If your pump breaks, water will cease to cycle. This leads to standing water which, in effect, becomes a breeding ground for algae and pests, such as mosquitos. Pumps can be expensive so, before you replace yours, let us attempt to fix it and save you money!