What kind of pool repairs do you preform?

We are a full service pool company that performs all kinds of repairs from repairing heaters, pumps, filters, salt cells, leaks, lights, tile, redoing pool plaster, and automation.

What is the most common type of pool service?

Our most common type of pool service is the basic pool cleaning program where we provide weekly pool maintenance that includes cleaning out all pool skimmers and baskets, vacuuming, skimming the pool surface, chemical balancing of water, scrubbing, and checking the equipment.

How often do I need my pool serviced?

Ideally, we recommend weekly service.

What is one-time pool cleaning?

A one-time cleaning is our basic pool cleaning program done once.

Do you offer one time pool cleanings?


How do I sign up for ongoing pool maintenance?

By contacting us to set up an appointment for us to come out and give you a quote for service.

Why would I want ongoing pool maintenance?

Ongoing service takes the stress away from you as the homeowner and frees up more of your time to enjoy other things in your life.

How do I know if I need a pool repair?

When something isn't working.

How will I know that I need a pool cleaning?

Once you start noticing your water turning green or seeing yellow algae on the pool walls.

How long is the process for building a pool?

3 to 4 months

Do you offer financing for pool construction?

We are partnered with a few companies that do offer financing for the pool build.

Will a pool increase the value of my home?

Depending on where you live but I would say no.

How do I eliminate plaster stains?

Stain removers and acid washing are two examples of how to remove plaster stains. However, a pool service professional should be consulted before any stain removal is attempted. The use of a stain remover and/or an acid washing should always be performed by a pool service professional. The damage that can be done to your pool surface (plaster) by stain removers and acid washing is far more costly than the cost of a pool service professional.

How do I stop getting plaster stains?

Proper water chemistry is one very important factor in helping to eliminate plaster stains. Also, make sure all debris is removed from your swimming pool in a timely manner.

Why is my plaster rough?

Rough plaster or sharp areas in your pool that can hurt your feet can be caused by poor water chemistry. Poor water chemistry can cause etching or pitting and both can be unsightly and irritating to swimmers. Etching, scaling or plaster roughness can be cause by low pH or alkalinity. Either way, we are back to water chemistry.

How do I eliminate rough plaster?

Many times rough plaster must be sanded by hand with a circular sander with fine paper. An acid wash may also be necessary and in many instances is recommended by pool service professionals when a pool is sanded.

Always check with a pool service professional before any attempt at using any pool service chemical, and always follow the direction on the container.

How do I stop getting rough plaster?

Make sure your water chemistry is balanced at least weekly. While this will go a long way in helping to eliminate rough plaster, it may not be enough. Sometimes rough plaster is a by-product of a poor plaster job and the roughness eventually works its way out from the gunite to the exterior of the plaster.

Why do I have little rust stains on my plaster?

Rust stains can again be caused by improper chemical treatment, but in most cases rust like stains are caused by debris left undisturbed in the swimming pool. If the stains are on the bottom of the pool, it is usually causes by plant life or some other debris left in the pool by a swimmer. If the stains are on the walls of the pool, the stains are more than likely caused by poor water chemistry.

Why are there white, rock like deposits on my tile?

They are called calcium deposits or calcium build-up.

What is calcium build-up?

There is usually two much calcium in your swimming pool water.

Why do I have calcium build-up?

There is too much calcium in your water. Calcium levels should be between (00000) and (0000) parts per million. Again, improper water chemistry is the culprit.

How do I get rid of calcium build-up?

A couple ways to remove calcium deposits from your swimming pool tile are by acid washing the pool and using a pumice stone on the calcium deposit or using a bead blaster to remove the deposits. Bead blasters shoot pressurized glass beads at the deposits removing them from your tile. The beads are then vacuumed up by the bead blasting company. If your pool plaster is in good shape, no roughness or stains, you may want to check into bead blasting as an alternative to acid washing.

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