In the same way that nothing beats diving into a pool, there is nothing worse than taking a dip in a dirty pool. It does not take much for chemicals to become imbalanced, paving the way for harmful bacteria – so why not let our Puddle Pros handle it?! Professional Stoney Creek pool cleaning can help to create a clean and inviting environment for guests, tenants and customers.
Every swimming pool is made up of many moving parts and it is important to maintain each of these. From the water itself, to liners, your filtration system and even pH levels, there is a lot to take on. After years in the industry, our team of highly trained experts know how to treat each of these to improve function, have pools looking great and keep things clean.
Pool Maintenance: What Is Impacting Your Pool and Spa
It is easy to flip on an automatic pool cleaner and assume that it is getting the job done, but this just isn’t the case. A robotic pool cleaner might be able to suck up sunken debris but it will not take long for bacteria to build in areas where the vacuum head just can’t reach.
Every body that steps foot in your system, leaves a mark on water quality. Just think of the sunscreen that you slathered on before going for a swim. Even a quick dip will wash some of that away and into pool water, along with body oils, hair products, hair itself and other unexpected – and unwanted! – items. Lotions and oils will leave residue behind, usually around the water line, which can lead to discolouration and bacteria.
It is difficult to think that the elements can have such a massive impact on water, but it does! When dealing with an outdoor in-ground pool, the plant life in the surrounding area has a direct impact on the overall condition of your pool. The more foreign items are introduced into your water, the higher the rate of contamination.
In a high traffic environment, it is easy for pool water to become imbalanced. Taking time to shock the pool is a necessary evil, but it is important to keep chemical levels in check. In the same way that a lack of chemicals can lead to bacteria, too many chemicals can lead to skin and eye irritations. When you want the best results, it is always a better idea to pass the pool care onto an expert.
Pool Cleaning Services: Managing Seasonal Chores and Regular Cleans
You might spend an hour or so vacuuming a pool but all of these practices can’t prepare you for pool openings. Seasonal pool care means taking the necessary precautions to open and close your pool system, protecting it from the elements and keeping things running smoothly. Managing water levels, for example, is not something that you will have to do often, but as the season turns it is an important part of preparation.
More than a basic testing kit, a full inspection means checking out everything from the circulation system to the pool floor, steps, and any additional equipment, like a skimmer basket and diving boards. Everything contributes, so it is important to assess the condition of your system from top to bottom.
Choosing Puddle Pool Care
Part of what sets our Puddle Pros apart from the competition is that our technicians can treat any and all types of pool, from salt water pools around residential spaces, to high traffic pools in hotels, recreation centres and beyond. Instead of providing a “one size fits all service, the Puddle team caters each service to the unique needs of your property.
Treating pool filters, for example, must be done according to its unique mechanics, like the type of filter in use and the condition of your pool pump. Something as simple as taking the time to backwash your filter can have a huge impact on functionality. Keep things clean and improve your pool circulation with one call to a Puddle Pool Pro.
Each member of the Puddle team is fully insured to prevent any unnecessary issues and to protect overall condition. With services available on a weekly, bi-weekly or monthly schedule, there are options for everyone.