Regular maintenance is crucial in maintaining the quality of the water, the condition of the components and the structure itself. Some of the maintenance items that need regular checking include pool cleaning, filters & pumps and water chemistry. If any of these things aren’t functioning as they should, that can have a considerable impact on the overall working of the pool and can also have severe long-term effects.
We at Dell Pools are a leading full-service landscape, pool & spa design company based in Hawthorne, New Jersey. We cater to customers from surrounding areas including Allendale, Alpine, Bergenfield, and Bogota. Many property owners from in and around Carlstadt, Cliffside Park, Closter and Cresskill prefer to hire us for all their swimming pool service and maintenance needs.
We have made our mark in this space and built a very strong customer base in Demarest, Dumont, and East Rutherford, Edgewater as well as Elmwood Park and all of Northern New Jersey. We offer a range of outdoor pool service solutions to meet your needs and budget.
Ranging from a full service to weekly and fortnightly cleaning and service programs to repairs, we have you covered. The one way to protect your investment is to carry out regular maintenance of inground pools and get repairs done as required from experts like the ones at Dell Landscaping. Here is a closer look at the different types of services that are included in our complete pool service:
Maintaining the right water chemistry is crucial to the life of your swimming pool’s lining and equipment. If the chemistry isn’t maintained correctly, it can lead to expensive repairs, frequent equipment replacements and cause irritation to the eyes and skin of people using the pool. We conduct pool water testing and treatment to maintain the right pH balance and chlorine levels and calcium hardness so you have clean and sparkling water at all times.
We offer a wide variety of weekly pool vacuuming and cleaning packages to ensure you always have a healthy and clean pool. As part of these services we test the water, regulate chemicals, check filters, and empty the skimmer baskets and pump. In addition, we inspect the overall operation of your swimming pool and make sure the environment is ideal for you to swim in.
During the inspection, if we find that any of the equipment isn’t working the way it should or if it is worn or broken, our technicians will use the latest technology and techniques to fix it. The different components we can service, replace and fix include covers, coping, lights, filters, chlorinators, and pumps etc. No matter what type and model of pool you have we can provide excellent service and maintenance solutions.
If you are looking for outdoor swimming pool service services that will meet your specific needs and fit into your budget, our custom solutions are just for you. We distinguish ourselves by providing high-quality services at very competitive residential swimming pool cost.
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Checking and cleaning the filter.
Keeping the water circulating to prevent bacteria and algae growth.
Checking the chemical balance and pH levels.
Shocking the pool to raise the free chlorine level to destroy bacteria and algae
Once a week. Some tell-tale signs that your pool needs to be shocked are cloudy, foamy, green and odorous water. It is always best to shock in the evening.
Chlorine, Shock, Bromine, Cyanuric Acid, Calcium Chloride, Algaecide, Clarifier, Flocculant
Every pool should cycle through all of its water at least once a day, so most pool owners will want to run the pumps for at least 4-8hrs daily.
There is no need to turn off your circulation during a rain storm
As a general rule, once a week. An industry standard is to backwash when your filters pressure gauge reads 8-10psi over the starting level or clean pressure.