Routine pool maintenance is required to make sure that expensive repairs aren’t necessary. Although a pool repair will be necessary at some point, regular maintenance can help pool owners avoid the need for them more often than necessary.
Sun Valley Pool Service will do extensive water testing weekly to make sure that water is always safe for swimmers and there is the correct amount of chemicals. Chemical testing kits are also available for you to purchase if you would like to do it yourself. If levels get low you can call us to come over and add the correct chemicals. However, this likely won’t be necessary as we are very proactive when it comes to chemicals and a customer’s pool. We make sure that chemicals provide a safe swimming experience but also don’t allow the chemicals to bother swimmer’s eyes or skin.
If dirt and debris is allowed to stay in pools for an extended period of time it can result in damage to a pool. Pool maintenance from Sun Valley’s service protects pools from these invasive materials. We’ll keep your pool clean by providing a service of regular vacuuming. Our Hammerhead vacuum cleaners are the best in the industry and you cannot get the same quality vacuum job with those cleaners that you buy and leave in your pool. Sometimes pool owners can tell they need vacuuming when their pool has a slippery floor. If a pool is not vacuumed for an extended period of time, debris may find its way into a filter. Large debris can destroy a filter. Filters can be expensive to repair or replace. Often it is very difficult and expensive to repair a pool’s filter.
Sun Valley Pool Service will provide you with regular filter cleanings as well. Filters need to be cleaned to ensure they stay working correctly. There are many different types of filters and therefore even more ways to clean filters. Our pool maintanence technicians are certified to handle every filter type. Cleaning some pool filters can be dangerous if you don’t know what you’re doing. DE filters require many complicated steps and skipping one or another could result in electrical shock or even an explosion. Most filters come with warnings that should be abided and read before cleaning.
Our weekly pool maintenance will also provide for you a regular season shock treatment. Shock treatment is the process of super chlorinating a pool. Normally as much as five times the normal amount of chlorine is added to a pool to shock it. This shock treatment is necessary at least once every season and also whenever a pool becomes very cloudy or dirty due to an excess of dirt and/or algae. Regular pool maintenance can protect pool owner’s from an excessive need for shock treatments however, they are still going to need this treatment at least once a season.
Call Sun Valley Pool Service for your weekly maintenance!