Your pool or hot tub is a big investment and requires regular care. With a little planning, you can keep your water looking and functioning great all year round.
Many spa retailers offer drain-and-clean jobs as part of their valet service package or as a standalone offering. Increased profit is one reason to offer them, but there are more benefits than just that.
If you have a pool that needs to be opened, we can handle the task. We are fully licensed and insured for your safety and peace of mind. We also have access to a wide variety of pool parts and equipment that will keep your pool running properly. We can even help you install a new ladder or other accessories. We have seen it all when it comes to pools, from the broken liner to the hole caused by the customer trying to install their ladder themselves. We have patches available that will stop any leaks and stop the water loss.
Owning a hot tub or pool is a luxury and it’s important to take care of it to ensure that you get the most out of your investment. The best way to do this is with regular cleanings. A professional will be able to catch small issues that can become bigger problems down the road, and they can also help you maintain the integrity of your equipment.
Weekly testing, cleaning, and balancing of your water: A quality water balance is vital to healthy, clean, and safe swimming. A professional will test your water to make sure the alkalinity, ph balance, and sanitizer levels are in the ideal ranges. They will also clean your pool and hot tub and adjust the chemicals as needed.
Monthly cleaning and debris removal: A well maintained pool and hot tub can be a huge stress reliever, and they will work to keep it that way. They will clean your filters and skimmers to help remove the buildup of debris in the bottom of your pool or hot tub, and they will also remove any leaves or other garbage that may have blown in during storms.
Annual closing and winterization: A proper pool closing can reduce the risk of freeze damage to your liner, filtration system, and other equipment. A technician will blow out all underground lines, add antifreeze to them, and plug them, and they will also drain and winterize your filtration system, pump, chlorinator, mineral sanitizer or salt systems and any heaters.
All existing ladders and handrails will be removed from the pool, and all plugs will be removed from equipment, such as pumps, skimmer baskets and returns. The homeowner will need to have their ladders, handrails and skimmer baskets stored away for winter. A non-chlorine shock treatment will be added to the existing water, and a full service inspection will be performed.
Before a service technician arrives the homeowner must have all items needed to close their pool near the pool, and they must remove any heavy amounts of dirt, leaves or debris from the top of the winter cover prior to our personnel arriving. This will prevent our personnel from having to vacuum the excess debris at an additional charge.
Renovating your pool can give you a new pool that you and your family will enjoy. It can also increase the value of your home if you plan on selling it in the future. You can watch your old, unsafe, and unattractive pool transform into a modern, state-of-the-art pool right before your eyes! If you are interested in adding a new design to your existing pool or installing a brand new pool, let us help you with your renovation needs. We will take you from layout and forming to excavation.