If you have a swimming pool in your backyard, you deserve to have fun in a clean pool on a hot summer day. The process of keeping your pool clean may be exhausting and discouraging, but it is a very important part of pool care and is well worth the effort. No one wants to swim in a dirty and unhealthy pool filled with germs, which is why you may need to employ the services of professionals who can help take care of the pool. Our team of highly skilled experts is dedicated and will make sure to take care of the cleaning process so that you can relax and have a good time at the pool again.
Maintaining your pool is one of the most important things to do as a pool owner. The water should always be clean, clear, and free from dirt and germs. Dirty water is dangerous for you, your family and your friends, as it can become a breeding ground for harmful bacteria, which can lead to a lot of health complications, including aggravating chronic conditions.
Book a pool cleaning appointment with us today if you’re within the Collingwood, Wasaga Beach, Blue Mountain, Thornbury, Creemore, and Stayner areas, so that we can take care of all your pool cleaning needs.
Our team of professionals visit the homes and businesses of clients to inspect the pool, regulate the chemical content in the water, preserve pumps and filters, examine the skimmers, and then clean the pool.
A pool cleaning service should not be left in the hands of a rookie. It should be taken care of by an experienced and well-trained technician, which is where we come in, and why you should reach out to us.
Our pool cleaning services are very affordable. You can book an appointment with us for $85.00 plus the cost of chemicals (unless you provide your own) and we will make sure your pool is in tip top shape! You can be sure that you’ll get the best cleaning service possible.
No Contract – We do not require a service contract to be signed.
Our team of technicians will help you take care of your above-ground pools to your satisfaction so that you can quickly begin to enjoy clean and healthy swim sessions.
We also carry out the cleaning of in-ground swimming pools. Our packages are designed to meet your individual needs so that you’re left with a gleaming pool to enjoy all around.
A lot of pool owners may want to reduce costs by taking care of the maintenance themselves. Cleaning your pool themselves, however, doesn’t save you as much money as you might think. There is only a slight reduction in price compared to when you hire someone to clean for you. This is because you will have to buy all the cleaning materials, chemicals, and other equipment to help you achieve an effective clean.
When pools are not managed properly, it tends to lead to accidents, infections, and diseases. Keeping your swimming pool clean is one of the several ways of taking care of your pool. To make sure it is clean and without contamination, it is recommended to clean it at least once every week.
Chlorine is the most popular chemical used in treating pools. This is because it disinfects the water by killing bacteria and algae, and chemically destroys other impurities.
Other chemicals used for pool cleaning include bromine, UV light, hydrochloric acid, carbon dioxide, sodium bisulphate, sulfuric acid, and sodium carbonate. Sodium bicarbonate may also be used, but it affects the alkalinity of the water more than the pH value.
If you are cleaning your swimming pool for the first time, you should expect to spend about $150 to $350 on average. For a year, the cost of owning a pool may be up to $3,000 or $5,000. This amount includes the fee you will spend on water and electricity, as well as services such as maintenance and repairs.
There are two different ways in which swimming pools can be cleaned. This is done via the filtration system or use of circulation pumps.
The filtration system involves taking out organic waste and debris with the use of sieve baskets inside a skimmer. It is done daily.
On the other hand, the circulation method involves the use of a circulation pump together with a sand unit to take out organic wastes as the water is circulated.
Afterwards, hydrochloric acid may be added to kill off germs and microorganisms and make the pool healthy. It is also important for the pool owner and swimmers to maintain good hygiene practices so as to reduce the build-up of biological wastes.