Algae can be a real cotton-headed ninny muggins no matter what time of year it rears its ugly head. However, you may think that when you close your pool for the winter, that all will be nice and dandy, but think again. Algae, if not caught early, can wreak havoc on your holiday.

Here are a few ways to help keep the green on your tree, not in your pool this Christmas, so you and your family are free to enjoy the holidays and all its splendor!

Keeping Dirt & Debris Under Control

With weekly maintenance, we vacuum, brush, and scrub your pool to prevent algae growth from attaching to your pool. We use nylon brushes that are safe for any pool, so you don’t have to worry about scratching.

Maintaining A Healthy Circulation System

We keep your pump and strainer baskets clear so your circulation system can work properly. This allows the water and sanitizing chemicals to flow freely and do their best work. Kind of like magical little elves working while you sleep!

Achieving Well Balanced Chemicals

We analyze and add chemicals weekly to ensure the proper levels are maintained for a healthy and clean pool. We also backwash filters as needed. This step is essential, especially when external elements come in contact with your pool from storms, heavy winds, and rain.

Keeping A Watchful Eye

As experts, when we visit your pool weekly, we always check for warning signs of algae growth or anything else that might cause concern. We know the signs to look for, and we can catch it before it gets out of hand.

If you’re looking to take the bite out of your pool, then we can help! You’ve got nothing to lose and a whole lot to gain, including a beautiful pool all year round! Check out our services and contact us for a FREE consultation to ensure your in-ground pool stays safe and clean today! And don’t forget to follow us on FacebookInstagram, and YouTube for helpful pool tips, tricks, and deals throughout the season!

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