You don’t have to be an expert in pool maintenance to enjoy the simple pleasures of owning a pool. There is a lot to learn before you can start doing your own maintenance to ensure the safety of the people enjoying the pool. For the time being, you can arrange for a professional to come and take care of your pool maintenance. Here’s what you can expect:
During your first pool maintenance service, the technician will start by cleaning out any debris that may have landed in the pool. Some pool companies use a robotic cleaner that is dropped into the pool and runs along the bottom to clean out any algae, dirt, or debris.
Water testing and Chemical Treatment
The technician will test the water for appropriate pH levels. The testing will also help determine which chemicals are needed to clean your pool. The pool technician may also advise you if there are any issues or any changes that are needed with your routine water treatments.
Similar to your car or furnace, the filter is used to ensure that dirt and debris are kept out of your pool. From time to time, the filter will need to be replaced if it accumulates too much dirt. The pool technician will check the filter during every maintenance appointment. However, they will only change it when necessary.
For more information on pool maintenance in the Niagara Region, contact Total Pro Pools.