Most people at one time or another have dreamed of having a swimming pool at home, whether it’s an in-ground style complete with a diving and sliding board or a modest above ground style for lazy floating or single laps. Swimming pools are beautiful additions to your home and can add value to your property, but what many people don’t imagine is the amount of labor involved in its maintenance, particularly pool cleaning. It’s a critical part of pool maintenance that requires routine attention that East Valley Pool Master has years of experience accomplishing to ensure that every client has a safe and healthy environment they can enjoy. We take your safety and protection from algae, bacteria and germs seriously.
When you have a residential pool you already know it requires routine cleaning to prevent dirt and debris from remaining in your pool water. Germs and bacteria grow in a dirty environment and your pool’s integrity can also be affected if it’s not receiving a regular cleaning. Though chemical agents like chlorine treat and kill bacteria, it doesn’t always work quickly due to the immunity of some germs so it may take longer than you expect for them to die. Regularly cleaning of your swimming pool ensures these germs don’t have a shot a accumulating to the point that they can’t be controlled by normal routine maintenance.
Health and Safety
You probably don’t need anyone to tell you that dirty pool water is not just gross, it’s unhealthy, but maybe you don’t know if can pose serious health risks like cryptosporidium, which is a parasite that causes diarrhea. Though you might be healthy and this pathogen doesn’t affect you, anyone else who enters your swimming pool might not be so lucky to have a good immune system that can fight off the parasite. Swimming pools are no doubt fun but if you are swallowing or breathing in dirty water it’s sure to be a killjoy for everyone. Aside from stomach issues, you can also acquire ear, eye, skin and respiratory infections from dirty pools.
Proper Water Balance
Just because you’re water looks clean and smells like chlorine doesn’t mean it has proper pH balance. You can serious harm the integrity of your swimming pool by not paying close attention to pH balance levels damages to your filtration system, corrosion to your pool hardware such as the ladders, hand rails and your pool lining can result, adding great expense to your recreational activity due to replacement needs. Acidic water might appear to be a good idea because you think it’s a great way to keep your pool clean, but chlorine does not work effectively in too high or too low condition and you could be facing serious problems with burning eyes and skin irritations.
Why Hire Us
We’re not called the master of pools for no reason. Our experts take high quality care of all size swimming pools and have years of training and experience to provide you with a safe and health swimming environment.