Consider a full-service pool company for your commercial construction

By American Pool Marketing November 6, 2013


Investing in a commercial pool is a big step for any organization. It’s a big commitment that takes a lot of money. It can be tempting to hire a pool construction company and opt to take on the subsequent responsibilities after the site is installed. However, it may be beneficial to seek a full-service company that offers pool construction, as well as pool management services.

Avoid being overwhelmed
If your organization has never had a pool, maintenance and safety procedures can be a lot of information to take in. A full-service pool company can help ease this burden. Not only are these companies familiar with water treatments, they also know the best precautions to take to protect swimmers. Companies that only offer construction services may not be as well aware of current safety legislation regarding pool safety outside of its structural integrity. Pool construction can easily lead into safety advice and even services if a quality full-service company is used.

Access better maintenance
Another benefit of a full-service pool company is its constant presence.

If a full-service pool company builds or renovates your pool, they will be able to easily diagnose and quickly address any maintenance or equipment issues. Every part of a pool – from the plaster to the pump and motor – has a specific lifespan. A full-service pool company can help you keep track of inventory and budget for future expenses. This includes the pool’s annual expenses and additional planning for long-term replacements or upgrades. Additionally, pool staff trained by the company that constructed your pool will be more knowledgeable and familiar with your facility. A company that provides a full menu of pool services may also offer “after construction” follow up programs to check the status of the project after completion.

Pool water also requires a lot of treatments. It’s a delicate balance that can be difficult to master. Consider handing it off to experts. Otherwise, if the water starts to become murky for seemingly no reason, you may have to attempt to diagnose the problem yourself or call in an expert and try to pinpoint what went wrong. Taking advantage of full-service takes this responsibility out of your hands.

Stay focused
The implementation of any new attraction comes with many additional concerns. Pools require a lot of maintenance, an ongoing observation of the best products on the market and developing legislation on safety. Guest satisfaction is a large job that may not benefit from an individual having additional responsibilities. Hiring a full-service pool company would provide all of this, as well as giving you the liberty to focus on guests.