Ladysmith Water Feature Maintenance

The seaside town of Ladysmith draws in guests and new residents every year. The ocean is a huge draw, so it is no wonder that more and more property owners are bringing it right to their backyard with attractive water features. When kept clean, a fountain is a great way to add curb appeal and value to any property, but clean does not come easily! Calling an expert for your Ladysmith water feature maintenance helps to tackle water conditions, as well as caring for structures and the mechanisms that keep your system running.

Effective water feature cleaning should be done in steps, each of which address a different aspect of your water system. Puddle Pool Pros have spent years building treatment plans that work, catering to both residential and commercial properties. From an outdoor garden fountain to a large-scale indoor fountain around a mall or hotel, there is nothing that our team of experts can’t handle.

Water Fountain Care: What to Know

It is easy to let the needs of a fountain slip through the cracks, particularly when you are dealing with an outdoor model. When chemicals become imbalanced, it is easy to see algae growth forming, or mineral deposits and white scale.

Algae buildup is more than a bit of invasive growth, and means increased bacteria levels and the possibility for RWIs (recreational water illnesses). You might not want to take a soak in a water fountain in the same way you do a hot tub, but this doesn’t mean that cross contamination doesn’t happen.

Seasonal care is an important part of keeping your fountain running smoothly. You might be quick to close up a pool or hot tub but fountains are often left out in the cold — literally! When treating an outdoor fountain, it is important to consider everything from algaecides and closings, to water levels when opening back up. A trained eye can identify issues with structures, liners and even internal components, like outdoor fountain pumps, filters and motors.

It is simple enough to remove debris from water surfaces, but when items sink down to pool bottoms they become much more complicated to reach. In an outdoor environment, fountain owners can expect to find leaves, sticks, seed pods, needles and even the odd golf ball. Standard pool vacuums don’t fit into these fountains, so speciality tools are often required to reach down into tough to reach areas, like pool bottoms and even around skimmer baskets and in filters.

Why Hire An Expert For Your Water Fountain Cleaning?

Larger fountains come in many shapes and sizes, some of which have multiple tiers that need to be cared for. This means using speciality tools to manage heights, scrub surfaces and ensure that chemical treatments are being circulated properly, so water remains clean and clear.

It is easy to forget that a water fountain is ultimately an electrical appliance and any time electricity and water are nearby, it is a big health and safety issue. Trying to DIY your water feature care means having to remember a ton of tiny details and missing just one step can result in a nasty shock. When you hire an expert, they always remember to cover or secure any nearby electricity outlet, ensuring safe practices.

By offering a regular cleaning schedule, as well as seasonal care and options for deep cleaning, our team of Puddle technicians can help to keep your system running smoothly all year long. Each member of the Puddle Pool Services team is fully trained, highly experienced and insured to protect properties while providing great results.

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