PROPER SWIMMING POOL MAINTENANCE WILL GUARANTEE A CLEAN, INVITING POOL WITH SPARKLING, CLEAR, ALGAE-FREE WATER.
Green algae (green pools) are a common problem for South Florida swimming pool owners. Green algae often appears as a greenish growth on the walls and floors of your pool and can result in your pool water taking on a green tint, due to greenish organic material suspended in the water of your pool. This algae not only resides within your pool but can also spread to you pool’s pipes and pool equipment. Many pool owners have been frustrated when, after hours of scrubbing and the addition of the wrong type of chemicals they realize that a week later their pool is as green as it ever was. This ends up costing the pool owner time and money. At Guardian Pools we will cure your green pool problems the first time. Pool chemical evaluation, monitoring and adjustment, maintaining a safe and consistent swimming pool maintenance requires proper water chemistry. Among the elements of a healthy pool system, proper pH and chlorine levels are probably the most essential. An improper pH balance can cause cloudy or murky water, eye irritation, scale formation and etched pool walls — none of which make for an inviting swim. Conversely, too much or too little chlorine can be harmful and create unsafe swimming conditions. Swimming pool owners must apply necessary techniques and have adequate knowledge of chemical analysis to provide the correct combination and quantity of chemicals to adjust and maintain a safe chemical balance.
Pool Debris is another common problem. Every pool is susceptible to debris from a variety of sources. From landscapers blowing leaves and grass clippings into your pool, to insects and rodents which accidentally fall into your pool. Even normal human use can leave your pool scattered with debris (especially with children around). Left unchecked, debris buildup in your pool can have a very negative effect on your enjoyment of your pool. The pool owner or service company must do what’s needed, including skimming, scrubbing and vacuuming, to keep your pool water clean, safe and enjoyable. Your swimming pool filter system is responsible for removing debris and keeping your pool water clean and clear. The pool filter is the hardest worked piece of equipment on your property, working 8-12 hours a day, 7 days a week to filter impurities so you can enjoy pure water. Because of this, it is extremely important that the system is regularly serviced. Pool filter systems should be serviced professionally, every 6-12 months, in addition to normal weekly maintenance. The fact is, all mechanical systems eventually fail, and the parts of your pool system such as the pump, heater, salt unit or filter are no exceptions. Unfortunately, when one of these systems fails, repairing them can become very expensive. A good preventative maintenance program can save you a lot of aggravation and expense.
Guardian Pools – Weekly Pool Cleaning, Maintenance & Repairs. Courteous & Reliable Service at Fair Prices.
4196 S University Drive