Weekly Pool Service

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Weekly Pool Service

• Normal Weekly Service Procedures

1. Check and balance chemicals

2. Brush tiles

3. Vacuum pool

4. Brush and Net

5. Clean skimmer and pump baskets

6. Check pool equipment (If service tech sees any

 problems needing repairs, a repair tech will be notified

and sent out immediately.

 

Windy Pool• Wind Procedures

1. Check and balance chemicals

2. Brush tiles

3. Extract leaves and debris from top of pool

4. Remove leaves from bottom of pool (except during strong winds… Santa Ana Etc.).

5. Check skimmer and pump baskets

6. Check system

Note: During strong winds leaves on the bottom of your pool will be extracted on your next pool service stop.
Vacuuming will be done one week after all leaves have been removed. Procedure will repeat as strong winds continue.

 

Rainy Pool• Rain Procedures

1. Check and balance chemicals

2. Check system

3. Clean skimmer and pump baskets

 

kid-673584_1280• Additional Charges

1. Extra chemicals such as…

Shocks $19.99 – $24.99

Liquid chlorine $5.99 per gallon

Liquid acid $6.99 per gallon

2. Filter services as needed $85.00

3. Conditioner, once a year or as needed $95.00

4. Repairs and remodeling, prices depend on project.

• Pool Service Agreement

1. It is the customer’s responsibility to provide a bucket of 3” chlorine tablets, preferably placed in the pool equipment area. Tablets can be purchased at the local pool store, or through Michael’s Pools ($119.99 per 50lb bucket). Salt pools are the exception they require cell service every 3-4 months at $65.00. Also for salt pools each bag of salt added to pool is $14.99.

2. Monthly pool service is based on four service stops per month

3. If a Service Tech works 5 service stops in a given month that “extra” service stop will acrue as a vacation day to be taken at the discretion of the Service Tech.