What should I be doing to maintain my pool?May 3, 2010
Winter ClosingMay 3, 2010
Prior to our arrival, customer must;
1. Make equipment and pool accessible.
2. Raise the water level 1/2 way up skimmer to operate.
3.Make sure water is turned on.
4. Make sure electric breakers are on.
5. Have payment available (check, visa/mc or cash). 6. Pool openings are based on one trip.If pool is not ready an additional trip will be required w/ a trip charge.
Service we will provide:
Remove debris from cover / up to three 5 gal. buckets. Excessive debris will be an additional charge.
Pump residual water from cover, 1-2 in. (bulk of water should be pumped off prior to our arrival)
Note: Pools with Loop-Loc Covers will be pumped down & a bulk vac performed at no charge.
Clean cover with a special deodorizer formulated for pool covers
Fold cover and tubes (if applicable) for easy storage
Install all pool apparatus (Diving board, hand rail, ladder, rope & floats etc.) if available at the opening
Install eliminates in filter (D.E. only, acid wash may be needed) * Prime and start system. If pump does not operate, an additional service call maybe needed.
Install automatic pool cleaner (when applicable)
Light pool heater & test fire (when applicable) Note: If heater will not light an additional service will be required and reschedule at service call rate.
Test water for Hardness, Total Alkalinity, P.H. and Chlorine
Balance pool for Hardness, Total Alkalinity, P.H. and Chlorine. *
Bucket off debris from deck
Same as a full with the exception of the customer will take care of cover.
Note: * Chemicals, vacuuming and extra service are additional *