Swimming pool service offered by Virginia pool contractors

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Swimming pool contractors in many cases offer both building expertise as well as swimming pool maintenance and upkeep. For many pool owners, the ability to work with the swimming pool builder that constructed the pool and have them provide pool cleaning services simply makes sense — after all the contractor knows all of the ins and outs of their particular pool.

The swimming pool contractors from Town and Country Pools offer these services to pool owners in the Maryland and Washington, DC metro areas:

Pool/Spa Opening:

  • Recess deck anchors
  • Reinstall winterizing plugs in pool equipment
  • Remove winter plugs installed in skimmers and returns
  • Reinstall baskets, automatic cleaner (Polaris), ladder(s) and handrail(s)
  • Start pool equipment
  • Check pool/spa heater operation
  • Assess water drips and/or leaks and attempt to repair (dependent on extent of problem)
  • Program automated system
  • Vacuum pool/spa
  • Brush pool/spa surface and water line tile
  • Test water chemistry (Chlorine/Bromine, Ph, Total Alkalinity, Calcium Hardness, and Stabilizer)
  • Use Town and Country Pools, Inc. chemicals to adjust water chemistry as needed
  • Use Town and Country Pools, Inc. salt to adjust salt content as needed (if applicable)
  • Fill and adjust chlorinator (if applicable) and/or set chlorine generator (if applicable)
  • Adjust chlorine generator (if applicable)

Weekly or Bi-weekly Pool Service:

  • Blow off adjacent pool/spa decks
  • Vacuum pool/spa
  • Empty skimmer basket(s) and hair/lint basket(s)
  • Empty automatic cleaner bag (Polaris)
  • Check pool/spa filter pressure and backwash/clean filter as needed
  • Test water chemistry (Chlorine/Bromine, Ph, Total Alkalinity, Calcium Hardness, and Stabilizer)
  • Check heater operation
  • Use Town and Country Pools, Inc. chemicals to adjust water chemistry as needed
  • Use Town and Country Pools, Inc. salt to adjust salt content as needed (if applicable)
  • Fill and adjust chlorinator (if applicable)
  • Adjust chlorine generator system (if applicable)

Working with one pool contractor who will then become your service provider offers peace of mind to many pool owners.

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