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Quality Pool Cleaning & Service in Gilbert, Arizona


Pool Cleaning and Maintenance in Gilbert, AZ

When it comes to cleaning and maintaining your pool, there are a few basic procedures that will not only save you time but will also save you money in the long run if you keep the maintenance up regularly.

The following information describes the best ways to service a pool, including how to keep your deck and cover clean, perform surface skimming, keep tiles looking like new, maintain the proper water level, perform equipment checks, and vacuum up debris from inside your pool.

Gilbert Swimming Pool & Spa Maintenance Tips:


Green Algae Pool Cleaning 6-step Process

Green Algae Pool Cleaning 6-step Process

Green algae is unsightly and really detracts from the enjoyment of owning and using a swimming pool. You quickly know that you have a green algae problem when it causes your swimming pool water to turn a nasty dark green color. This is due to a moss-like bacterial substance that clings to the pool walls and gradually mixes into the water. If you want to get rid of green algae, it is likely that you will need to use chemicals to perform a ‘chlorine shock’ to the water. This involves using a sand type powder called shock that resembles...

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Vacumming Up Swimming Pool Debris

Vacumming Up Swimming Pool Debris

When vacuuming your pool there are typically two common options, the first is to vacuum the debris into your pool’s filter and the second is to vacuum debris into a leaf master. When vacuuming to the filtration system rubbish is collected from the pool or spa and caught in the basket stainer. Pool owners should regularly check that the the circulation system is running properly, ensuring everything is working correctly and that there is adequate suction from the hose. When vacuuming your pool or spa, begin by working your way around the...

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Swimming Pool & Spa Maintenance Checklist

Swimming Pool & Spa Maintenance Checklist

It is important to regularly check your pool cleaning equipment and maintenance system and to adjust them for small corrective problems. A good place to start is with the circulation system, do this by following the water path and if necessary remove all debris from the skimmer basket into your garbage can. From there go to the pump strainer basket and make sure that it’s completely cleaned out and check the pressure of the filter. Remember to check the pressure after cleaning up the basket as the pressure level may be affected from...

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How to Maintain Your Pool’s Water Level

How to Maintain Your Pool’s Water Level

Water as we know he evaporates in the heat, so it’s a good rule of thumb to add about an inch of water every time you maintain your pool. Waiting until your water level is more than an inch or two below its proper level, may cause you to spend more time filling your pool than you should have to. Remember never to leave your pool filling up by itself unattended, as you may forget to turn off the water, running up your water bill. If you find that your pool has too much water in it, perhaps after a rain, you can use a submersible pump and...

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Swimming Pool Tile Cleaning & Repair

Swimming Pool Tile Cleaning & Repair

It is important to clean the tiles in your pool prior to vacuuming debris from the bottom as the dirt that falls from the tiles will end up at the bottom of the pool. If you find that you have stubborn stains, try using a pumice stone to break down dirt. There are tile soaps and brushes designed specifically for pool maintenance and cleaning. Simply add pool cleaning soap to your brush and go around your pool cleaning the tiles. If you find that your pool cleaning soap is not removing stains you can also try mixing one part muriatic acid to...

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Swimming Pool Surface Cleaning

Swimming Pool Surface Cleaning

Surface skimming is probably the most common activity performed when cleaning a swimming pool. On any given day it is common to find dirt, leaves, and other debris floating on the top of the water. Removing floating debris is typically done using a telepole and leaf rake, and is usually much easier than cleaning debris that has sunk to the bottom of the pool. As your net fills with debris, it’s a good idea to have a garbage can nearby so that you can easily dump that debris into a plastic garbage bag. Dumping debris in your yard or...

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Pool Deck & Cover Cleaning

Pool Deck & Cover Cleaning

When it comes to deck and cover cleaning for either your pool or spa, be sure to try and remove as much debris as possible before taking the cover off. The best approach is to sweep off any dirt or leaves that may have gathered but using a hose is also a good alternative as this will remove the fine dirt particles as well. If you are using a pool cover that doesn’t have a rolling system and that floats over the water, be sure to store this in a clean dry place and folded neatly. Failure to do so, may end up getting your pool dirty when...

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