We offer weekly, bi-weekly and monthly service plans to help keep your pool looking its best. Spend more time playing in your pool and less time working on it.
Swimming pool cleaning
We provide affordable pool service plans in Temecula and surrounding areas.
We take pride in being the very best Temecula pool cleaning service in the local market. Our affordable service plans ensure that you can spend your time enjoying a clean, safe pool.
Managing a swimming pool requires staying ahead of the game in managing water chemistry. Once a pool gets out of balance it can be difficult to get things back in order. This is particularly true when the summer temperatures rise and algae can grow seemingly overnight.
Most customers choose weekly or bi-weekly service to ensure good water quality and regular cleaning of filtration systems, skimmer and pump baskets.
We offer a month-to-month agreement intended to keep your pool in shape visually and chemically, and prevent larger problems from developing.
- Testing and balancing water chemistry
- Vacuuming, brushing and skimming
- Emptying skimmer baskets
- Filter Cleaning
- Salt Cell Cleaning
- Acid Washing
- Algae Treatment
Pool Cleaning Services
We strive to offer quality pool cleaning services in Temecula and surrounding areas. Our flexible month to month plans offer weekly and bi-weekly services to keep your pool looking its best.
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Don’t hesitate to call us with any questions. We’re happy to offer a free pool analysis and provide a quote for services based on your pool’s unique needs.
How often do I need to test my pool water pool water?
Weekly testing works for most residential pools, but the best bet is to test your pH and chlorine levels at least twice per week. Chlorine should be fed continuously through a chemical feeding device to maintain a consistent level.
What is the ideal chemical balance for a swimming pool?
A pool that is “balanced” has proper levels of pH, Total Alkalinity, and Calcium Hardness. These are: pH: 7.2-7.8, Total Alkalinity: 80-120 ppm, Calcium Hardness, 180-220 ppm and Cyanuric Acid (Stabilizer): 30-50 ppm. Chlorine levels should remain constant in the 1-3 ppm range.
How often should my pool pump run?
Your pool pump should run every day for an average of 8 hours. Depending on the size of your pool and the outdoor temperature it may need to run longer.
What is the best way to reduce my pump's energy consumption?
Variable speed pumps can reduce energy consumption by as much as 90% in some instances. Often replacing an older model pump pays for itself in reduced energy costs.
How much water evaporation is normal?
Normal water loss due to evaporation runs between ¼ – ½ inch per day. This is roughly 2 – 4 inches per week. For a normal sized pool you will loose 25,000 to 50,000 gallons of water per year due to evaporation.