Most of our summer memories remain at the pool. Swimming, playing, jumping, and running (even if you don't) make up for the hottest days.
This activity would not have been possible without professional pool maintenance and repair services such as Pelican Pools and Design. At Pelican Pools and Design, you can enjoy the pool without worrying about maintenance.
Our professional swimming pool management company provides customers with simple, beneficial and convenient swimming pool repair and maintenance. Our pool service specialists exceed the highest level of professionalism and skill to bring a whole new level of customer service to the pool management industry.
How much should I pay for pool service?
Overall, you should expect to pay between $1,064 and $1,800, or an average of $1,432 annually for pool service. Basic cleaning from a pro every month costs about $80 to $183 for an average of $132 monthly.
What kind of maintenance does a pool need?
Clean water and balanced water chemistry are the keys to pool maintenance. Establish a weekly routine to clean the pool and add pool cleaner. A shock treatment solves and prevents many pool problems. Test the pH and the free available chlorine in the pool water and shock-treat, if necessary, on a weekly basis.
How often should a pool be services?
It is recommended to have your pool cleaned at least once a week to keep it clean and uncontaminated. There are various pool cleaning tools and equipment which you can purchase and install to make the cleaning process easier and faster. By doing so, you will avoid creating scenarios that you might regret in the future.
How often should I add chlorine to my pool?
If the pool is used more than 2 days a week, the water quality needs to be checked 2 to 3 times a week. If the pH value is good, check whether the chlorine tablet has completely dissolved or not. Once the chlorine tablet has dissolved, it is best to add 1 chlorine tablet per skimmer.
How long does it take to clean a pool?
A manual vacuum should be run as long as it takes to remove all visible dirt and debris on the bottom and sides of the pool. For a small, well-maintained pool, this usually takes around 20 minutes. For a very dirty small pool, or a maintained larger pool, it may take around 45 minutes.