Vaughan Residential Pool Services

It is easy to enjoy a swimming pool when they aren’t your responsibility but at home, pool owners are often stuck doing the heavy lifting. In a public pool, spa or at a hotel, you can take a swim, dry off and forget about it but this isn’t the case at home. Pool owners are in charge of keeping water clean, managing water systems and keeping an eye on structures and this can become overwhelming quickly. If you find yourself struggling to keep up with the needs of your swim space, call Puddle for efficient and affordable Vaughan residential pool services. 

Taking care of a swimming pool is not as simple as skimming out debris and throwing in a bit of chlorine on a weekly basis. You might stock up on test strips and pool chemicals but putting these to use is a complicated process. The needs of your swim space will change based on the season, traffic flow, high heats, heavy rains and even the plant life surrounding your pool. Even if you follow a set pool maintenance program, you will need to test, tweak and inspect on a regular basis, but our Puddle Pros are ready to tackle this for you! When you want to make the most out of the swim season, protect pools during the off-season and keep your pool in great shape, Puddle crews are here to help! 

Residential Pool Care: What to Know 

When you begin to notice unwanted items floating along pool water it is easy to skim the surface and scoop up debris. Skimming out floating items makes for an instant visual improvement but it doesn’t do much for water chemistry and balance. The fact is that swimming pools have a series of moving parts, each of which play a role in overall condition and this means it takes a multi-step approach to keep pools running. 

Taking an amateur approach to pool care can mean days, weeks or months of trial and error. During this time your pool can get seriously contaminated, develop algae growth, as well as clogs or blockages inside water systems. Instead of dealing with the aftermath of a DIY disaster, call Puddle to tackle all of your pool care needs. 

Water Balance: Anyone can reach for a pool water testing kit but not everyone knows what to do with these readings. These kits might alert you to low sanitizer levels but they don’t show you how to fix the issue. Balanced water chemistry doesn’t just depend on chlorine levels alone but should include pH levels, alkalinity and calcium. Imbalanced pool water will host bacteria, algae and other contaminants. Stepping foot into dirty pool water can lead to health risks that range from minor to serious, some of which include skin irritations, eye and ear infections, stomach issues and even e-coli poisoning in extreme cases. 

Ditch Debris: Even with a pool cover, there is no way to keep debris completely out of your water. Lighter items like leaves, seed pods, pollen and even insects will float along water surfaces, looking awful and clogging up skimmer baskets. Heavier items will sink to the bottom of the pool and, if left sitting, will rot and break down causing permanent staining. Standard pool vacuums are not designed to navigate small spaces or hard angles. This means corners and areas around stairs are prime spots for bacteria to build and debris to get stuck on corners. In addition to physical items, it is important to keep an eye out for residue that builds up against pool walls near the water line. 

Managing Filtration & Circulation Systems: You might be able to remove debris from your pool basins but smaller items are handled by the pool filter. If there are clogs or blockages inside your circulation system it prevents water from passing through. This means your system will use more energy to push water through, raising utility bills and causing unnecessary wear and tear on internal components. If this goes on for a while it will lead to shortened lifespans and the need for premature repairs and replacements. A cartridge filter should be removed, cleaned and replaced every 3-4 months while a sand filter should be emptied and have the sand replaced every 3-5 years. It might not seem like it but your pool pump is a key component in keeping swim spaces clean. If there is no water circulating in your pool, it means that chemicals are not circulating either. Stagnant water will become contaminated quickly and undo all of the hard work that has been done to keep it clean. 

Seasonal Treatments: In addition to routine pool cleaning your swim space will need added attention as the seasons change. Closing a pool is not as simple as just throwing on a pool cover and forgetting about your water systems until spring. With an inground pool an improper pool closing can mean a whole lot of algae growth and debris in a best case scenario and serious damage and even flooding in a worst case scenario. Something as simple as dropping water levels in fall can mean a world of difference to the overall condition of your swim space. Puddle technicians offer in-depth closings to protect swimming pools from cold weather and deep cleans that restore water condition in spring. 

Puddle Pool Services: Expert Pool Care At Home 

Keeping your pool cleaner doesn’t mean having to give up all of your leisure time to skim, scrub and water test. Each member of the Puddle team is local to the Vaughan area so we understand what your water systems are up against. Ditch the trial and error and have an expert handle your pool care for the best results, excellent customer service and reliable routines. 

Puddle technicians are highly trained and experienced as well as fully insured to provide the best possible results and peace of mind. By providing a wide range of service options there is never a bad time to call Puddle to book your routine pool cleanings, seasonal care, pool leak detection, pool inspections, service calls and more. Book your appointment online or by phone today. 

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