Tensional Safety Liners

The company we use is Meyco. They have a few color options and there are three different types of covers to choose from, Meyco Lite, Rugged Mesh and Permaguard. You will need to know your exact pool size to order the cover, our guys can come out and measure if you do not know your pool size!

Automatic Pool Covers

The company we use is Cover Star. Cover Star has 10 different color choices, 4 system guides, 4 different lid options and 3 reusable concrete coping forming options.

Vinyl Liner Replacement

Our liner prices start out at $3,800 and have a life span of 8-10 years. With regular up keep and maintenance liners can last even longer. We have several prints to choose from, from a variety of different brands. Companies we use include GLI, Merlin, Latham, and Findlay Vinyl.

Pool Painting

We use Olympic paint. They have different colors you can choose from depending on the type of pool/paint you already have. Paint differs for concrete, plaster and fiberglass pools. Olympic offers acrylic enamel and epoxy. You want to always use what your existing pool has to ensure even adhesion and coverage. To determine the type of paint you currently have give us a call and we can walk you through the process or come out to your pool and determine ourselves.

Sand Changes

Can’t clear your pool? You might need your sand changed! Give us a call and we will come out and change your sand filter.

Water Balancing

Things to check:

  • PH balance
  • Total Alkalinity
  • Calcium Hardness
  • Stabilizer
  • Chlorine

Perfect water levels:

  • Chlorine: Min: 1.0 Max 3.0
  • Free Chlorine: Min: 1.0 Max 3.0
  • PH 7.3-7.6
  • Total Alkalinity: 80-175
  • Calcium Hardness: 200-400
  • Stabilizer: 30-50

Opening & Closing

Open– Call early to schedule your pool opening, we prefer to open pools in April to make sure the pool is swim ready! Our guys come out twice, the first visit includes: Taking the Winter cover and supplies off and out, checking and turning on all equipment, fill pool, test and balance water. Second visit includes: Vac pool waste, test and balance water again, and then you should be swim ready!

Close– Test and balance water, take out baskets, returns, handrails, etc., put in Winter plugs, brush pool walls and vacuum, put in Winter kit, lower your water level, put on Winter cover and turn off all equipment.

Pool Servicing

Fridays are our weekly service days. Our techs will come out and test your water, balance the water, vac pool and check that all equipment is working as it should. Each cleaning costs $70, chemicals and any other parts needed are extra. However, if you have your own chemicals leave them out and they will use them.

As for any other service calls, the guys are trained to work on all different types of equipment such as pumps, filters, heaters, etc. If you are experiencing any issues contact us today and we can set you up with a service call.