Pool Cleaning and Sanitation Chandler AZ
Ph Level Check
Most experts recommend a pH water level for swimming pools to be between 7.2 and 7.8. Our team can lower or raise the pH level in your pool by adding alkaline or acid to your water. For example, we can raise the pH by adding sodium bicarbonate or sodium carbonate. We can lower the pH by adding sodium bi sulfate or muriatic acid. Depending on what your pool needs, we can adjust the pH level. All you need is to give us a call in Chandler, Arizona.
When your pool gets cleaned properly, you can avoid unnecessary breakage. On the other hand, if you had left your pool without washing for too long, we can come to the rescue and restore the look and feel of your pool like it was brand new.
Acid Washing/Chlorine Bath
A chlorine wash is used during Green Pool Clean Ups and requires our team to drain your pool. The chemistry of pool water in the months of summer can cause the growth of algae to grow any time of the year in Arizona. We can do a chlorine wash to kill the growth of bacteria in your pool. This disinfects your entire swimming pool system and lets you begin again with a fresh clean pool.
The first thing we will do is to begin pumping out the water in your pool. Once drained, we wash your entire pool with chlorine. We use gallons of liquid chlorine poured on to the bottom of your pool. We then scrub the entirety of your swimming pool to ensure that every contaminant, spore, and bacteria are eliminated.
Acid washes will require pool draining and removing a layer of wall plaster. This is something that you will need if you see staining, discoloration, or calcium building up in the walls of your pool. An acid wash will restore the quality and appearance of your pool to brand new. It is recommended that you do an acid wash on your pool every few years.
Our certified pool experts are trained to handle and apply these chemicals to your pool at the appropriate levels. We make sure to provide you and your family with a safe, clean environment and contain all the cleaning agents properly.
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Green Pool Clean ups
Salt Cell Cleaning
Green Pool is the term used to describe a spa or a pool in which the growth of algae has caused pool water to turn green. Also, as a result of fallen leaves and rust, pool water may turn dark green. Pools have algae that bloom, causing a water imbalance in the chemistry.
This is sometimes due to insufficient levels of chlorine. When a pool is looking greenish, it needs to be properly balanced with the chemicals it lacks. We can discover the reason your pool is looking green, as every case is different.
Our team in Chandler, Arizona can save you from potential danger and cost of DIY trial and error in trying to fix a green pool. Our team of experts in Chandler, Arizona has years of experience turning a green pool back to its original clear, clean, and sparkling original glory.
There is nothing we have not encountered before when it comes to green pools. No matter how bad it may seem, we can turn your green pool around. Our chemicals are the best quality in the market. Coupled with the expertise of our team updated and certified with all the right pool treatments, you know you are in good hands.
DE / Cartridge Filter Cleaning
A properly functioning DE/Cartridge filter clean-up is essential to keep your pool in perfect condition this season. The key to keeping the filtration system of your swimming pool working at its best is pool filter cleaning. Whether you keep your pool operational all year round or close it down some months of the year, seasonal cleaning of your pool filter will be to your benefit.
You get a healthy, clean water environment, extended filtration and pool pump life, an increase in energy efficiency, less stress on the equipment of your pool, Seasonal filter cleaning for your pool is a deep cleaning of the filters at the beginning and the end of the swim season. We can check the data and numbers of your system to determine what schedule of cleaning is best for you.
Also known as a salt chlorinator, salt generator, or salt cell, many debates have been about which is better, a salt cell or traditional chlorine. Most folks view both options of equal value. There may be a larger initial investment for a salt cell but in the long run, you save on cost and time. One great benefit is that there are no harsh sanitizing chemicals necessary when you use a salt cell.
When compared to other options, this one is more friendly to the environment and is better for your skin. Swimmers that go through red eyes, discolored swimsuits, and dry skin will feel more comfortable in a salt cell-pool.
Plus, there is less maintenance necessary since it is less likely to grow algae. That is why it is essential to ensure that your salt cell is maintained and checked properly. Cleaning your salt cell every two months is essential for it to properly work. Mineral deposits can bridge the spaces between each metal plate regardless of how hard your water is in Chandler, Arizona.
Cleaning the tiles of your pool is just as important as cleaning your entire swimming pool itself. Dirt tends to accumulate on pool tiles for many different reasons. There can be calcium carbonate and calcium silicate build-up around the tiles, which can cause deterioration of your entire pool over time. There can also be algae that begin to reside within the pores of your tile grout and grow unnoticed.
Remember that your pool at home is everyone's favorite spot. It is where you can relax on a floater, where the children splash away or where guests gather at a barbecue party. It is essential that you keep your entire pool clean and sparkling all year round.