There is one thing that every pool has in common which is regular, routine care is crucial to maintaining pristine pool health. Make sure to consult manufacturer’s manuals before using any equipment when tackling common issues like murky water or broken pumps. It is still necessary to maintain your pool on your own frequently even if you hire a service company to do so for you once or twice a year. By understanding your pool’s basic components, and knowing their functions, you can keep everything running smoothly and deal with problems more effectively.

Water Quality

You should always test the water quality and add the right chemicals to your pool when maintaining it. Always maintain a consistent level of chlorine. During the summer months, you should check your water quality at least once a week, but it is best if you check it even more often. 

Clean Out Baskets

Every week, you should vacuum a swimming pool to keep the water clear and reduce the need to add chemicals. Aside from vacuuming once a week, other maintenance should be carried out, such as brushing the walls and tiles to prevent algae buildup

Pool Filters

The filtration process can actually be hindered by cleaning the filter more frequently than recommended. When a filter is clean, it is less effective than one with a mild amount of dirt because the dirt works as a trap for other particles.

Water Level

To keep your pool in great shape, you should also regularly check the water level. The pump may run dry and burn up if the water level is too low. In addition to too low water levels, too high levels can cause problems as well i.e skimmer doors can be damaged.

Skim & Scrub

Keeping your pool skimmed is one of the most common and regularly performed maintenance tasks. It is simple to skim the surface of your pool to remove leaves and other debris. Keep your swimming pool’s siding clean by scrubbing it with a brush.

pH Level

To ensure a healthy pool, test the water regularly. Using the pH scale, you can determine how acidic or alkaline a solution is. It ranges from 0 to 14. A pool should have a pH reading between 7.2 and 7.8 for sanitizers to work efficiently.

Supercholorinate Water

A pool accumulates organic contaminants over time, such as ammonia and nitrogen so keep an eye on it. Several of these contaminants can react with chlorine to form chloramines, which give pools their distinct chlorine smell.

Winter Ready 

You should winterize your pool depending on where you live. Your pool will need to be taken care of if temperatures drop below freezing at your location. Clean and store the chemical feeders, heater and pump after disconnecting them.

Professional Service 

Pools can be serviced by pool maintenance companies in Winnipeg professionally in ways that you cannot. Moreover, they are experts at checking pool equipment and parts such as filters, pumps, and heaters. They have the specialized knowledge to help extend its life.

Hire professionals from Commercial Pool & Rec Products for A-grade service. 

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