Osoyoos Seasonal Pool Maintenance

After months of long, cold, rainy winter weather, property owners in Osoyoos want to fire up their swimming pools at the first sign of sunshine. This might sound great but it takes a lot of hard work to get pools ready for a new season. For pool owners, a changing of the seasons is a lot of hard work but local Puddle Pros are here to help! Hiring an expert for your Osoyoos seasonal pool maintenance means protecting your pool during fall/winter and making the most out of the swim season in spring. 

Seasonal Pool Care: What to Do & When 

When used frequently pool cleaning is common practice for homes and businesses all across BC. When the temperatures begin to drop swim spaces often don’t get the same level of attention and when winter weather comes around your water systems are at risk. Failing to close a pool properly can lead to serious and expensive damage, and on top of it all, it makes it much harder to open up in spring. Instead of just throwing on a pool cover and hoping for the best, let an expert help you out. 

Spring Pool Care: After months of sitting idle, you are likely going to pull back your pool cover to see cloudy water, algae blooms and a whole lot of debris. Applying a basic shock treatment might help to clear up some cloudiness or get rid of green but it isn’t enough to create a sanitary swim space. Stepping foot into dirty water isn’t just gross, it’s dangerous! Contaminated water will quickly lead to recreational water illnesses like skin irritations, ear and eye infections, stomach illness and even e-coli poisoning, so don’t take a chance! A professional pool opening involves restoring water levels, testing water systems, removing any debris, heavy scrubbing and a whole lot of water balancing. Anyone can grab a box of test strips but these don’t always offer the full range of necessary chemical levels. Properly balanced pool water should consider chlorine levels, pH levels, total alkalinity and calcium. 

Fall Pool Care: Closing a pool for the fall season is a complicated process and missing just one step can have a serious ripple effect throughout your swim space. Freezing temperatures will make plastic brittle and cause water to freeze inside lines, causing them to warp or even burst. In order to protect inground pools it is important to drop the water level to a few inches below the skimmer. This, combined with winterizing drain plugs prevents water from getting into vulnerable areas where it can freeze and cause damage. It is also important to remove debris, check the pool filter and pool equipment. 

The Puddle Guarantee: Protecting Your Pool At Any Time of Year 

When you want to keep your swim space in great shape, ditch the basic test kit and call a Puddle technician instead. After years of industry experience, our Puddle crews can tackle inground and above ground pools around homes and businesses all across Osoyoos. Having an expert handle your seasonal pool care means making the most out of the swim season and avoiding unnecessary damage caused by winter weather. 

Puddle crews are highly trained and experienced, as well as being equipped with top industry tools to get the best results for swim spaces of all shapes and sizes. In addition to great results, we bring peace of mind and excellent customer service right to your front door with fully insured staff and services, as well as affordable rates and transparent pricing. With options for booking online or over the phone, there is never a bad time to call Puddle to book your seasonal pool services. 

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