Sarnia Seasonal Pool Maintenance

Transitioning from one season to another takes a lot of work. While you are busy getting ready for the holidays your swimming pool is left out in the cold — literally! It is easy to take care of a swim space at the height of summer but when they aren’t used frequently pools often take a backseat to busy schedules and other commitments. Whether you are protecting your pool from the winter weather or are looking to open up in spring, pool care is a lot of hard work. Don’t waste the first days or spring or deal with damage caused by cold weather when you can call Puddle for your Sarnia seasonal pool maintenance instead. 

Seasonal Pool Care: How to Get the Best Results At Any Time of Year 

Over the course of the year, the needs of your swimming pool will change. You can’t close a swim space down for the winter and expect pool water to be crystal clear come spring. Instead of wasting the first days of the swim season on trial and error trying to restore water condition, call a local Puddle pro for efficient and reliable seasonal pool care.

Fall Pool Care: The internet is full of tips for fall pool maintenance but some of these can do more harm than good. Traditionally, pool owners choose to close their water systems down right after the September long weekend. This might signal the start of the fall season but it might not be the best time to close your pool. Closing too late can mean dealing with damage caused by cold weather and closing too early can mean missing out on the last warm days of the swim season. The best time to close your pool is when the average outdoor temperature reaches 15 degrees. Instead of just throwing on a winter cover, a proper closure means dropping the water level, winterizing plugs, applying a combination of winter pool chemicals and removing detachable pool equipment so it can be dried and stored for the winter. 

Spring Pool Care: After months of sitting idle, a pool opening is no easy task. When spring comes back around you are likely going to pull back a winter pool cover only to see cloudy water, discolouration, algae, bad smells and a whole lot of leaves and debris. If this is the case you can’t just shock the pool and hop on in. It is an uphill battle to clean a pool after the winter months but our Puddle technicians are here to help! An initial shock treatment can clear away some cloudiness so you have an idea of what is going on below the surface. Puddle technicians scoop up floating debris, use manual vacuums to navigate tight corners and hard angles, empty skimmer baskets and put speciality brushes to use getting rid of residue around water lines. Once debris is removed and equipment is checked and functional it is time to balance those chemical levels. Instead of focusing on chlorine levels alone, Puddle crews balance sanitizers, pH levels, total alkalinity and calcium. 

Puddle Pool Services: Keeping Your Water Systems Running Smoothly 

Unlike a standard pool cleaning, seasonal care means digging deep into water systems to protect against damage and help to make the most out of the swim season. Without technical training and knowledge it can take weeks or even months to restore the condition of your pool and during this time you are missing out on the first warm days of the swim season. By offering affordable rates, transparent pricing, fully insured staff and services and a variety of service options, there is never a bad time to call a local Puddle Pro. 

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