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Why should I hire a Moorpark pool service?
Maintaining your pool requires weekly care. It is very important to keep your chemicals balanced. Along with chemically balanced water levels you need to remove debris from your pool every week. If your pool remains dirty for extended amounts of time it can cause very expensive and larger problems down the road.
The short term effect of pools with a lot of debris is algae. Debris and plants in your pool decay and emit phosphates that promote algae growth. Hiring a pool cleaner will help ensure that you don’t have any problems with algae as well as pump failure. Another plus of hiring a pool guy is that your pool will always look presentable and clean. The pool is usually the first place guest look when they are in your backyard.
What is included in a typical Moorpark Pool Service?
There are many steps involved by a professional pool service. Each weekly Moorpark Pools service includes removal of all debris. This could include skimming the top of the water for leaves and grass that may be floating on the top as well as dead insects. Pool techs might also use their net to scoop up larger debris at the bottom or middle of the pool and steps.
However, before they start removing debris most pool techs will brush the tile and steps around the pool to remove anything that may be stuck to the sides so they can be sure nothing gets left behind. Once they technician has complete brushed and netted what they can they begin to vacuum the pool. Vacuuming is not always required. In cases that vacuuming isn’t need the technician will skip this step. Vacuuming is great for sucking up small particles of dirt on the bottom of the pool that the net cannot pick up. As well as removing debris from the pool itself, it is also part of Pool care to empty out all skimmer. Pump, and pool cleaner baskets
LIST OF STEPS
- Brushing- of the walls, tiles, steps, ledges, etc,
- Skimming- the top level of water as well as other floating and large debris
- Vacuuming- (*as needed) the bottom of the pool to remove small particles and dirt / D.E.
- Empty the slimmer basket or baskets
- clean the pump basket or baskets
- Pool Vac canister cleared out * if equipped with a cleaner
The second part is water chemistry. Water chemistry plays a big role in the proper care of your pool. Unbalanced water can lead to hazardous water conditions. If levels are too low the water will look murky or even green depending on the severity of it. Low chemical levels promote bacteria and algae growth. On the other hand, if levels are too high it can cause skin and eye irritation. High chemical levels can also destroy your pools plaster and equipment.