We specialize in designing custom maintenance programs for commercial swimming pools to suit every clients’ needs. Whether you are looking for one, two, or three visits per week or even daily service, our professional maintenance technicians can handle the job. We can even provide additional support beyond the scope of the agreement if necessary. Our most successful programs include chemical automation which can reduce demand for service visits and provides additional water quality assurance. Our services also extend to the maintenance of fountains and water features so that your property will always make a beautiful impression.
Our Trained Technicians
We are committed to ensuring our professional service technicians understand higher-level pool chemistry, filtration systems, and local code requirements to ensure a healthy pool. We invest in PHTA training to support our field team with the tools they need to provide unparalleled service to our clients. Within the first few months of employment, our pool technician assistants earn their PHTA Field Service Professional and Certified Pool Inspector Certifications. As our service technicians continue their careers with our organization, our in-house training programs include Certified Pool Operator and ultimately Advanced Service Technician certifications.
As a full service swimming pool maintenance company, we offer a complete range of services to commercial swimming pools. Apartments owners, community association boards, swim clubs and hotel operators can count on us to provide the following professional maintenance services:
A typical contract may include:
- Initial facility inspection, with a report to the owner
- Checking equipment and inventory, with a report to the owner
- Removal and storing of existing pool covers on property
- Reclamation of pool water (if applicable)
- Draining and acid cleaning of the pool (if applicable)
- Advising the owner/manager of any needed repairs
- Consulting on efficiency upgrades or other solutions
Our general services during technical visits may include, but are not limited to:
- Chemical testing and adjustments to health department standards
- Brushing and vacuuming the pool
- Cleaning skimmer baskets and waterline tiles
- Backwashing the filtration system
- Cleaning of Hair & Lint Strainer
- Refilling of chemical reservoirs
- Filling the water to the proper level
- Inspection of filtration equipment
- Visual inspection of main drain covers and other pool fixtures
- Basic equipment troubleshooting
- Phone support between visits
Know your pool: Inside and out
Your pool’s filtration system has many parts. With proper pool maintenance, these parts are less likely to break down and will last longer. Here are some of the terms you should know when it comes to your pool’s filtration system.
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 at the deepest point in the pool.
PUMP & MOTOR
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 through 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.