FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

Not really. We usually recommend keeping the pool filled during the winters so that the bottom surface does not crack due to extreme temperature drop. However, during the summer you can think about draining the pool. You can check our service plans for the same as well.

This completely depends on the type of pool. Pools at residential complexes and condominiums require more frequent service visits as compared to a pool in your backyard. These services include everything from pool maintenance to chemical and equipment check-ups. If you are someone who lives in a place where winters are extreme, you will need pool services like pool closing and pool opening apart from pool maintenance from time to time.

The saltwater system converts ordinary salt into chlorine, so the answer is no. However, you might need to super chlorinate the pool. You can leave the headache of figuring this out on us. Pool maintenance services usually include regular chemical and equipment check-up.

pH should be around 7.4-7.6 and alkalinity should be 100-150 ppm.

A lot of factors are involved but the most important one is choosing a personalized one depending upon the size of the pool. When it comes to materials, you have the option of choosing from many. A ground pool cover might be different from other pools. The idea is to check out products made specifically for your pool type.

During pool opening, the cover is removed from the pool and the necessary maintenance is done. To store the cover for next year make sure that it dries properly to avoid any mole or mildew build-up and that it is folded properly.

You will have to remove all the winter plugs and reattach drain plugs. Also, if the water level in the pool is below the midway point of the skimmer opening, you can use a garden hose to fill it up. You also do not have to go through all that trouble, since we are here to do it for you.