Pool Maintenance East Rand areas
No amount of money can take the place of time spent with your family. For this reason we offer weekly pool maintenance services.
Having a consistent maintenance plan ensures:
- Water gets tested every week and balanced.
- Filter gets back washed and rinsed every week.
- Pool gets brushed.
- Leaves removed.
- Pump and weir basket get cleaned.
Our Pool Maintenance Services:
Skim Debris and Clean out Baskets.
Skimming significantly increases the efficiency of the pool's circulation system and lowers the amount of chlorine you'll need to add to your pool.
Cleaning out strainer baskets at least once a week also helps circulation and lowers chlorine demands.
Vacuum the Pool and Brush Walls and Tile.
A pool should be vacuumed every week to keep water clear and reduce the amount of chemicals you need to add to it.
Brushing the walls and tile helps minimize algae buildup and calcium deposits so they don’t fester and become larger problems.
When dirt gets into small cracks and pores in your pool wall, it can create fast growing algae.
A pool brush attached to the telescopic pole is most commonly used to brush algae off the walls.
Clean the Pool Filter.
The main purpose of the swimming pool filter system is to keep your pool water clear and clean.
When you filter your pool, a lot of dirt and debris is caught in the filter sand.
Your filter will become clogged and will need to be backwashed and rinsed to clear it.
There are three kinds of pool filters: cartridge, sand and diatomaceous earth.
While there are different maintenance procedures for each type, all require periodic cleaning depending on the type of filter and how often a pool is used.
Check and Maintain Water Level.
The water level of your pool will decrease due to evaporation and activity such as swimming, splashing and exiting the pool.
Maintain the pH Level.
Pool water should be tested regularly to make sure it's clean and healthy.
Maintaining the proper chemical balance in your pool water not only keeps the water sparkling clean, it also helps protect your heater, pump, and other system components from damage, and can assist in keeping your pool finish looking like new.
- Low pH causes eye and skin irritation.
- High pH inactivates chlorine.
- High pH causes cloudy water.
- Unbalanced pH can damage vinyl liners.
- Low pH can lead to corrosion.