What Happens During a Pool Service Visit?

Pool Man Cleaning A Pool

Your swimming pool is a great investment since it’s a spot where you and your family can enjoy. It’s also a great place for you to stay fit through cardiovascular exercises. However, maintaining a pool can be a hassle if you don’t have the proper tools, knowledge, and manpower to do it. This is why it’s important to trust pool service experts to do the job for you. Here’s what happens during a pool service visit.

Chemical Balancing

For the pool’s water to be truly balanced, it should be within a certain potential of hydrogen (pH) level, alkalinity range, and calcium hardness. If your water is too acidic, it will be corrosive. If it has too much alkaline, it could cause scaling. Both of which are hazardous to your skin and your health.

Your pool’s chemical balance can be affected by various factors, such as how many times it’s used, rainfall, or the number of people using it. Your pool maintenance contractor will check your water’s balance and will add chemicals and treatments as necessary to ensure that it’s safe.

Pool Equipment Inspection

Your pool is more than a gigantic tub filled with water. Keep in mind that stagnant water can be a breeding ground for mosquitoes, algae, bacteria, and other small organisms. If left untreated, this can cause serious health complications for your family. This is why your contractor will add chemical treatments to your pool to neutralize them. Additionally, there is a pump that circulates water to ensure that it’s always clean. Your contractor will also inspect the pump, intake and return valves to ensure that everything is in good working order.

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