Jacksonville pool inspections
At Jax Pool Maintenance, our group of professionals take great care in making sure your pool is problem free. If however you do notice an issue and aren't sure what specifically the problem is or how to fix it, we're more than happy to get an expert out there to take a look.
Everybody likes a blue, clear body of water as a standard, first line visual. That's exactly why one of the first things we do is test the water to ensure the highest clarity possible. We search for what level of maintenance the water reflects. If it is not crystal clear, it's either filtering improperly or could be chemically imbalanced.
Next we look inspect the perimeter of the pool including the coping and the cap around the pool. We search for cracks, broken tiles, discolorations, stains, leaks, and any other kind of damage or unwanted discrepancy. Another crucial thing we check is your skimmer, filter, pump, and anything else the water touches.
We also check for small or large pockets of algae beginning to form. As mentioned on another page, algae is a sign of poor circulation or a chemical imbalance. Above all, we want to prevent black algae. Black algae is a whole different protocol. If for any reason you may suspect you have a black algae development, call us immediately! The longer it sits, the worse it gets, and the harder it is to eliminate.
If you have a leak it is reflected in the amount of water you have to add. The weather may also impact the amount you'll have to add. Leaks may either be in the pool itself, in the piping, or in the overall circulating system. There are a few steps in fixing a leak, one with which typically requires a complete drainage of your tank. We know all about this kind of stuff and trust us, you don't want to do it!
We're delighted to come over and fix a leak, crack, or any other discrepancy you may have. For a limited time, we're also offering inspections by one of our qualified staff members completely free of charge! Give us a call and we'll schedule an appointment at your earliest convenience.
Seven days of no swimming makes one weak.