Uxbridge Residential Pool Services

When thinking about a dream home, there is probably a pool in the backyard. Everyone loves spending the summer days poolside but no one wants to dive into dirty pool water. Keeping a swimming pool clean isn’t as simple as tossing in a few chlorine pucks every once in a while. Between skimming, scrubbing, vacuuming and water testing, you might find yourself spending more time cleaning your pool than swimming in it. When you want to make the most out of the swim season, leave the cleaning to the experts while you practice your cannonball! 

Puddle technicians provide expert Uxbridge residential pool services that are reliable, affordable and keep your swim spaces sparkling clean. By maintaining a regular cleaning routine you can keep your pool cleaner, over longer periods. A dirty pool doesn’t just look awful, it creates health and safety hazards for anyone that dips their toe into contaminated water and can even cause expensive damage. 

Pool Care At Home: How to Get the Best Results For Your Swim Space 

Just because a pool looks clean doesn’t mean that it is safe to swim in. No one would step foot into water that is full of rotting leaves, debris, insects and algae but removing debris is only one aspect of pool care. It’s easy to visit a pool supply store to stock up on pool chemicals, skimmers and testing kits. Even with a shed full of supplies, putting them to use and using them properly can be tough. 

When thinking about pool care, the first thing that comes to mind is probably chlorine. Swimming pools and chlorine are a common pairing but there is more to water balance than just that. Depending on the time of year, the climate and your surrounding area the needs of a swimming pool can change drastically. Luckily, our Puddle Pros have created a fool-proof multi-step approach to keeping water systems clean and running smoothly. 

Ditch Debris: Even with a cover on, unwanted items have a way of making their way into pools. This can be anything from leaves or bugs floating along water surfaces, pollen, seed pods, pinecones and other unwanted items. Some of these will sink to the bottom of the pool while others will float along the top or get sucked into skimmers. It is important to remove these items regularly so it doesn’t rot and break apart, or stain liners. 

Balance Water Chemistry: Without regular chemical applications it doesn’t take long for pool water to start looking and smelling awful. As if that weren’t enough, dirty water can cause recreational water illnesses like skin irritations, digestive issues, ear infections and even e-coli poisoning. Balancing chlorine levels, pH levels, total alkalinity and calcium is key to keeping swimmers safe. A routine for water treatments prevents algae growth and keeps water crystal clear. 

Clean Your Pool Filter: The filter is the unsung hero of any swimming pool. If filters are clogged it becomes harder for water to pass through. This means your pool pump has to work harder to circulate water through. When this happens you are using more energy and there is more wear and tear applied to the internal systems that keep your water moving. A cartridge filter should be cleaned every 3-4 months and sand filters should be cleaned every 3-5 years. 

Seasonal Pool Care: When the weather starts to get cold it is important to close your swimming pool before it has a chance to freeze. The best time to close your pool is when the average temperature reaches 15 degrees and you can reopen it when those temps reach 21 degrees in spring. Ontario is known for its harsh winters, so it is important to drop water levels, winterize plugs, apply winterizing chemicals and cover it up with a winter cover. When spring comes back around shocking the pool water isn’t enough to restore condition. A proper pool opening is a multi-step chemical treatment, heavy scrubbing, vacuuming, checking filters and inspecting water systems to make sure there was no damage during the off-season. 

The Puddle Guarantee: Residential Pool Care That You Can Count On 

Before you start collection test strips and tools to care for your pool, give our Puddle Pros a call. After years of industry experience our team of highly trained technicians are able to provide efficient and reliable cleaning services for all types of pools. It is easy to assume that pool care is an easy DIY project but an amateur approach can actually end up doing more harm than good. 

An amateur pool cleaning can mean missing out on one aspect of your water chemistry that will quickly start to spiral. It is easy to get caught up on pool surfaces but it is also important to dive below the surface and peek behind the scenes for the best possible results. By offering options for weekly cleaning routines in summer, bi-weekly programs during fall, as well as service calls and seasonal cleanings, there is never a bad time to call a Puddle Pro. 

Each member of the Puddle team is local to Uxbridge and the surrounding area so you can expect timely service and excellent customer service from a member of your community. By including the cost of chemicals into our prices, you are never surprised with a higher than expected bill. Affordable rates, transparent pricing and fully insured technicians are just a few of the things that set our pool experts apart from the competition. 

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