Pool service in the summer is a no-brainer if you want to keep it in usable shape. However, winter pool service is a little more of a mystery to some. If your pool is covered for most months, does it still need service?
Winter Pool Service Checklist
Even though you probably aren’t using it, your pool still needs care in the winter months. The good news is that by having a few crucial tasks done in the winter, your pool will be ready much faster when you do need it in the summer.
Maintaining the Equipment
The equipment doesn’t need much in the way of maintenance. The best “maintenance” for it is really just making sure it still works and there is nothing wrong. Usually, pool service include checking to make sure items like pipes did not burst while you weren’t using the pool. It helps to prevent potentially expensive damage and the need for repairs when pool season does come around.
Balancing the Chemicals
When it comes to summer maintenance, keeping the pool chemicals balanced is all about making sure it is safe to swim in the water. However, pool chemicals do so much more. In the winter, balanced pool chemicals are still at work protecting the pool plaster, preventing scale build up, and stopping everything from corroding.
Even if your pool has a cover, it is important to make sure nothing got past it. Items like fallen leaves, when left to sit in a pool, can cause some pretty ugly stains. Sometimes winter pool maintenance is about checking to make sure there is nothing in the pool that isn’t supposed to be there.
Pool service doesn’t need to be a pain, especially if you leave it to a professional. Contact us today to see what we can do to ease your pool service woes.