Weekly Maintenance

Our weekly maintenance includes a thorough equipment inspection, chemistry check, and balance, pump & skimmer basket cleaning, removing debris in the pool, brushing the pool walls, and backwashing the filter as needed. These are all very important factors in keeping a pool clean, safe, and fun!

Chemistry check

Pools all require certain levels of particular chemicals in order to keep a balance. Too many chemicals and the water is not safe. Not enough chemicals and you start to see bacteria and algae form. Weekly chemical level checks are key to keeping a clean and safe pool.

 

chemistry check

Surface Skimming

Surface skimming is another task that is important in helping the skimmer do its job. When the skimmer basket gets full, a lot of the debris that it took in will float back out to the surface of your pool. By taking a net and thoroughly going over the top layers of the water, the debris can be removed.

surface skimming

Surface Skimming

Surface skimming is another task that is important in helping the skimmer do its job. When the skimmer basket gets full, a lot of the debris that it took in will float back out to the surface of your pool. By taking a net and thoroughly going over the top layers of the water, the debris can be removed.

Basket Cleanings

If you are not constantly cleaning your pool, your pump and skimmer are doing it for you, but there is only so much they can do. These components have baskets that fill with debris that fall into your pool such as rocks, dirt, and leaves. Once these baskets fill, they can not properly do their job. Emptying these frequently is important in keeping a functioning pool or spa.

basket cleanings

Brushing

Most pool walls are made of stone, porcelain, or ceramic. These materials have a texture to them making it easy for bacteria to get trapped in small crevices. Brushing the pool walls aids in the removal of this bacteria. A typical pool brush is made of nylon or stainless steel which are strong enough to remove the bacteria without scratching or damaging the pool itself.

Brushing

Brushing

Most pool walls are made of stone, porcelain, or ceramic. These materials have a texture to them making it easy for bacteria to get trapped in small crevices. Brushing the pool walls aids in the removal of this bacteria. A typical pool brush is made of nylon or stainless steel which are strong enough to remove the bacteria without scratching or damaging the pool itself.

Vacuuming

Vacuuming a pool is usually on an as-needed basis. When there is a build-up of dirt and debris at the bottom of the pool that the filters are not catching, it would be ideal to vacuum your pool so that bacteria does not have a chance to start growing.

Vaccums

Backwashing

Backwashing is the process of reversing the flow of water to flush out anything that could be trapped in your filter. This is extremely important because if anything is stuck this could save you from future damage to your filter. 

Backwashing

Backwashing

Backwashing is the process of reversing the flow of water to flush out anything that could be trapped in your filter. This is extremely important because if anything is stuck this could save you from future damage to your filter. 

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