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Twice-a-Week, Residential or Commercial
walls and floor as needed.
- Vacuum floor.
- Remove grime from tile and skimmers.
- Hose decks, straighten furniture.
- Empty ashtrays, poolside trash.
- Super- or spot-chlorinate as needed.
- Clean filter as needed.
- Remove excess rainwater.
- Maintain proper levels of chlorine, pH, total alkalinity,
calcium hardness, and stabilizer.
- Log chemical readings, flow rate and filter pressure,
chemical use and services.
- Maintain records required by health department (commercial
Summer Daily Service
pools with inconsistent use varying operational
excess rainwater. Maintain chemical
- Log chemical and
- Clean filter when
printed recommendations for routine chemical dosages and
operational tips specific to your swimming pool (site visit
required, within the area of Santa Rosa Beach, FL).
pre-construction tips to reduce maintenance and management
Instruction of the NSPF Certified Pool Operator (CPO) Course through
Pool School Florida, certifying commercial pool operators to
meet Florida Dept. of Health training
affect the time required to service a swimming pool and the amount
of chemicals that will be needed. Factors to consider are
proximity to the beach, likelihood of windblown debris entering
the pool, landscaping such as overhanging trees, or blooming and
shedding plants, amount of anticipated use, whether the pool will
be heated in the winter, and whether for private or semi-public
use. Our routine service contracts are priced
individually. For that reason we personally inspect the
pool and talk to the owner or agent before quoting a price.
We have found however, that our customers do not just look at
price. Our customers want convenience, quality, aesthetics,
and problem-solving solutions. Most of all, they want
reliability. We excel in all of these areas, treating your
pool as if we owned it ourselves. In short, we meet your
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