Pool Maintenance

Our service technicians are available for one-day or multi-day contracts. They are there for you 24/7 and have the resources to make fast repairs.

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Pool maintenance services

We provide pool maintenance services to commercial properties with pools, fountains and water features.

Keep your pool clean, efficient and safe with routine pool maintenance service. Ensuring a clean environment is the goal of any pool professional, so why choose one over the other? Quality and reliability are two good reasons, but you also need a pool technician that is certified, knows the local “rules and regs” and can take on any needed repairs and renovations that may come up.

The good news is that American Pool offers multi-day service contracts with 24/7 service. And we cover all your bases: If something goes wrong, we’ll be there with a smart repair. And if you want to upgrade your existing pool, we’re ready and experienced.

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Pool Opening Services

Cleaning prior to pool opening is contracted to include:

  • Pool, premise, and plumbing inspections
  • Remove and store pool covers
  • Check equipment and inventory
  • Reclamation of pool water (if applicable)
  • Drain and acid cleaning of the pool (if applicable)
  • Advise owner/manager of any needed repairs
  • Consult on efficiency upgrades or solutions

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Ongoing Pool Maintenance Services

Our general services include, but are not limited to:

  • Brush and vacuum the pool
  • Clean skimmer baskets and waterline tiles
  • Backwash filtration system
  • Remove of all trash on the on-site facility
  • Fill the water to its proper level
  • Inspect the filtration equipment
  • Monitor, test and adjust water to health department standards

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Communication is Key

We know you want to be informed about what’s going on at the pool. That’s why we created a tool that allows us to send reports from the pool to your email. This mobile reporting system is used by many of our offices. Multi-day pool maintenance service is available with 24/7 availability, so contact us to learn more.


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On the surface, it may look like the health inspector’s mission is to make our lives difficult. With an eye for what is wrong at a facility, these folks go over swimming pool grounds and facilities with a fine-toothed comb. But in the end, the health inspector’s job is just as important as the lifeguards’.To help uncover the mysterious role of the health inspector in pool and spa operations, Aquatic Leader spoke with Lucy Goszkowski, an Environmental Sanitarian for Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Here she shares lessons from her 28-year experience with the Bureau of Environmental Health. See things through Lucy’s eyes – from common violations to the surmounting pool regulations. 

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A Pool’s Filtration System

Know your pool: Inside and out

Your pool’s filtration system has many parts. With proper pool maintenance service, these parts are less likely to breakdown and will last longer. Here are some of the terms you should know when it comes to your pool’s filtration system.

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Multiple skimmer drains are located around the top of the pool. Skimmers draw water the same way as the main drains, but they suck only from the very top of the pool.

These ports attach to pool vacuum cleaners, which work something like ordinary vacuum cleaners except that they suck water instead of air.

Water flows to the filtering system through two or more main drains at the bottom of the pool usually located on the lowest point in the pool.

The water pump circulates the water. Your motor is known as the dry end of the filter pump. It drives the impeller, which moves the water from the various drains through the filter and back out to the water inlets.

A device used to remove particles suspended in the water by pumping water through a porous substance or material.

A pool heater works by burning fuel to create heat, which is then passed through a heat exchanger and onto water pulled from your swimming pool. The water is then reintroduced to the pool, raising the overall temperature.

Learn more terms in our Glossary.

Pool Speak

Here are some seasonal pool terms you should know so that you can hold you’re own when talking with a pool maintenance service provider.