Phoenix Pool Service

Phoenix Pool Service

Summers in Phoenix are brutal. We can reach temperatures as high as 115 degrees. No one wants to go through a summer in those temperatures without a pool. Having a properly functioning pool in Arizona is a must for the summer. Not only are pools the perfect way to keep cool, but they are the perfect gathering places for you, your family, and your friends.

Phoenix Pool Service

When you think of summer, you think of lazy days by the pool and grilling out with some close friends. If your pool isn’t clean and your pool equipment isn’t working well, it can really put a damper on your summer fun. Having regular Phoenix pool service is the best way to make sure your pool is summer-ready!

What is Pool Service?

There are different levels of Phoenix pool service and which one you need all depends on how often you plan to use your pool. You can have weekly pool service, bi-weekly service, or once a month pool service. No matter how often you get your pool serviced, each visit from Pink Dolphin Pool Care will consist of:

●        Deep Cleaning. This includes skimming the water, scrubbing the walls and steps, and cleaning debris off your deck that can get into your pool.

●        Filter Cleaning. Your pool filter gathers a lot of debris that gets pushed into your pool. It should be regularly cleaned out because a clogged filter can cause costly repairs in the future.

●        Equipment check. All of your pool equipment will be checked for any signs of damage such as leaks, broken seals, and worn parts. When one piece of equipment fails, it can disrupt the entire flow, which can make your pool dirty and unsafe to swim in.

●        Chemical check. No pool service is complete without checking the chemical levels of your pool. Properly balanced chemicals will help keep your pool cleaner longer.

Phoenix pool service from Pink Dolphin Pool Care goes the extra mile to make every pool service appointment quick and painless!

Efficient Phoenix Pool Service

No one likes taking the time to clean their pool. You just want to put on your bathing suit and jump in! When you call Pink Dolphin Pool Care, you can do just that! Leave all the work to us. We have been offering Phoenix pool service for several years and know how to quickly, and efficiently, care for your pool. We try not to take up too much of your time so that you can get back to your summer fun in the sun. Give us a call today at (602) 688-7465 to schedule your regular Phoenix pool service!

2018 Pool Openings in Glendale and Greater Phoenix

2018 Pool Openings in Glendale and Greater Phoenix

With these increasing temperatures, you know summer is upon us and that means it’s time to break out the swim gear. But swimming and finding fun in the heat doesn’t happen without a pool. Your pool has probably been on lock-down for the winter and now it’s time for 2018 pool openings in Glendale and Greater Phoenix. Opening your pool for the 2018 summer takes some time, but the process can go quickly if you know what to do:

2018 Pool Openings in Glendale and Greater Phoenix

Drain and Clean Pool Cover

If you have a winter pool cover, it can catch a lot of debris and sometimes even water from moisture in the air. You’ll want to make sure to drain and clean it as much as possible before removing it from your pool. This will reduce the amount of debris that ends up in your pool and a clean cover will make for an easy pool closing later.

Raise and Reconnect

Your pool water will most likely have diminished over the winter, a lot of it evaporating into the air. You’ll want to supplement the water by using a garden hose to fill it back up to its normal level, which is usually around the middle of the skimmer opening. Next, you’ll want to reconnect all your pool equipment that had been disconnected in case of winter freezing. This equipment includes your pool pump, filter, heater, and any other items you disconnected. Once everything is reconnected, turn your system back on and begin the filtering process.

Test Pool Chemistry

After you’ve let the pool system circulate for a few hours, you’ll want to test your pool water for pH, Total Alkalinity, and Chlorine levels. If these chemicals aren’t at their proper levels, your pool water might not be safe to swim in. The ideal levels should be:

●        pH: 7.4 to 7.6

●        Total Alkalinity: 80 to 120 ppm

●        Chlorine: 2.0 to 4.0 ppm

If you want to make sure your 2018 pool opening in Glendale and Greater Phoenix goes off without a hitch, call Pink Dolphin Pool Care today at (602) 688-7465. Our pool experts have years of experience opening pools up for the summer, making it safe and easy for you to have fun in the sun!

 

Think Ahead for Spring with Pool Pump Repairs & Upgrades

Think Ahead for Spring with Pool Pump Repairs & Upgrades

Now that winter is well underway and will soon be coming to a close, spring is right around the corner and you know what that means! Your Arizona pool will soon be opening up and ready for heavy use. During the winter, you most likely didn’t use your pool all that often which means you haven’t been keeping up with regular maintenance like you do during the spring and summer.

Without that regular maintenance, dust and debris can build up on your pool equipment, especially the pool pump, and that can cause some unforeseen damages. Think ahead for spring with pool pump repairs and upgrades by contacting Pink Dolphin Pool Care.

Think Ahead for Spring with Pool Pump Repairs & Upgrades

Pool Pump Role and Problems

Your pool pump has the most crucial role in your entire pool system. It pulls water from your pool, sends it through a filter, and pushes clean water back into your pool. The sole purpose of your pool pump is to clean the pool water and make it safe for you and your family to swim in. This is an important process and sometimes certain situations can prevent the pool pump from working properly. These situations can include:

●        Low pool water levels

●        The pump-o ring is damaged or missing entirely

●        The skimmer basket and drain are clogged with debris

●        Pool pump lid is cracked

●        The pool pump needs to be upgraded

If you want to think ahead for spring and get pool pump repairs and upgrades, contact Pink Dolphin Pool care today for an inspection.

Pool Pump Repairs and Upgrades

If you don’t know if your pool pump needs repairs or an upgrade, but you want to make sure everything is in good working conditions, call Pink Dolphin Pool Care today. We can come to your home and do an inspection on your pool pump before you open up your pool for the spring. If you know your pool pump needs repairs or an upgrade, it’s best to let us handle the problem because fixing repairs or installing an upgrade can be a difficult process that you want to be sure is done properly.

By letting us repair or upgrade your pool pump, you will experience a cleaner and safer pool, a fast and efficient repair or upgrade procedure, and you won’t be wasting your time and energy. For kind, professional pool pump repairs and upgrades, call our pool pump experts today at (602) 688-7465.

 

Caring for Your Pool in the Off-Season

Caring for Your Pool in the Off-Season

With the colder temperatures finally in full swing, that means it’s time to close-up your pool. You may think that putting a cover over your pool may mean that your pool maintenance can take a backseat for a while, but that’s not true. Caring for your pool in the off-season is just as important as it is during the summer. Here are a few tips you can follow for off-season pool care:

Caring for Your Pool in the Off-Season

Mid-Winter Algaecide

Find an algaecide that stays in the water for a long time. On the day that you are choosing to close down your pool, put the algaecide in the water and run your pool pump for a full 24 hours after the addition in order to fully circulate it through your pool. Then shut down your circulation system for the winter and let the long-lasting algaecide do its job.

Prevent System Freezing

When you close down your pool, make sure all the water is removed from your pool pump, heater, and filter. With the freezing temperatures and an excess amount of water in these parts, they can freeze. If they freeze with water in them, they have a higher chance of cracking and breaking which can cost you a lot of money in repairs.

Clean Pool Cover

During the winter, debris like twigs and leaves and such can accumulate on top of your pool cover. Taking the time to go out and clean off your pool cover will make it a lot easier for you to open your pool back up for the summer. You may feel like it’s unnecessary to clean the pool cover since it is doing its job by not allowing the debris inside your pool, but think about taking your pool cover off with all that debris still on it. The debris will fall into your pool, making having the cover on during the winter a moot point. Cleaning your pool cover can be as simple as hosing it down to remove the debris. Take small amounts of time throughout the winter to cut down on reopening time.

Add Chlorine

Before closing your pool up, add the proper amount of chlorine to help keep it clean during the winter. You don’t want to add too much chlorine otherwise you’ll bleach your pool lining. When your pool water starts to thaw in the spring, open a corner of your pool cover and add more chlorine. This will make opening your pool easier.

While you may not be using your pool during the winter, it is important to have it checked regularly to ensure a simple opening when summer rolls back around. If you want to make sure your pool is properly closed for the winter and taken care of, call Pink Dolphin Pool Care at (602) 688-7465 to schedule your pool closure today!

What Happens During a Professional Pool Closure?

What Happens During a Professional Pool Closure?

With the summer coming to a rapid close, that means the use of your pool will most likely decline. Even if you have a pool heater, you won’t be swimming as much in the winter. Your pool is nice and warm, but once you get out, it’s cold outside. So now it’s time to start thinking about closing your pool for the winter. You may be thinking to yourself that you don’t need to professionally close your pool for the winter, but you would be wrong. It’s always a good idea to close your pool during cooler temperatures, especially if you’re not using it. When you’re using your pool almost everyday, you take precautions and make sure it is clean, but when you aren’t using it, maintenance drifts to the back of your mind and your pool can become damaged. Keep your pool safe and call Pink Dolphin Pool Care for a professional pool closure.

What happens during a professional pool closure?

Professional Pool Closure

You’ll be asking yourself, what happens during a professional pool closure? Well, the main objective of a professional pool closure is to make sure your pool is safe and will remain safe during the closure. When you call Pink Dolphin Pool Care for professional pool closure, we will:

●        Lower the pool water to the proper level

●        Balance/adjust the chemical level in your pool

●        Clean your pool

●        Remove and store equipment

●        Put a winter or safety cover on your pool

●        Prepare your plumbing for freezing temperatures. This can be done by blowing out your pool lines with an antifreeze made specifically for pools

Why a Professional Closure?

You can close your pool yourself if you know what you are doing, but if you want to be sure that the right precautions are taken, you want a professional pool closure. Here at Pink Dolphin, we know how important your pool is to you so we want to make sure your pool closure for the winter goes as smoothly as possible without any hiccups. With our help, you can rest easy knowing your pool will make it through the colder temperatures and be waiting for you when it heats up outside. For the best professional pool closure, call us today at (602) 688-7465.