Pool service cleaning is our core business here at Sparkling Blue Pool Service. We have over 300 customers and are continuing to grow each week. We take pride in each and every weekly pool service cleaning that we perform. We have marked vehicles and uniformed technicians. Quality pool service cleaning is something that we take pride in and we strive to become better and better each day.
We have developed a process so that each pool service cleaning is identical to the last will use a systematic method for delivering the chemicals and a practiced approached to performing the pool service cleaning exactly the same each time.
We at Sparkling Blue Pool Service have a policy that if you are unsatisfied with the way your pool service cleaning came out we will come back and redo the pool service cleaning free of charge. We do this because we want to make sure that each and every customer is satisfied after each and every pool service cleaning.
We have locations In Palm Beach gardens, North Palm Beach, Wellington, West Palm Beach, Lake Worth, North Boynton Beach, West Boynton, East Boynton Boca Raton, West Boca Raton. With locations across the county we can provide Service and repair for swimming pools with a high quality of standard.
How do you know if your pool is leaking? The first step is observing the water level. In summer, with high humidity and frequent rains, your pool’s water level should remain level or rise. If you are adding water more than once per month your pool is almost certainly leaking.
How serious is the leak? Fortunately over 90% of all pool leaks are above ground and may be readily located and repaired. The most common areas for leaks are skimmers, lights, and returns.
How does the repair work? We will evaluate all above ground areas of your pool including; skimmer, lights, returns, main drain, waterline tile, all PVC plumbing, and all equipment such as pumps, motors, and filters. It is not unusual to find that a pool has several leaks. We will repair all the leaks we find and warranty the pool against any further aboveground leaks for 60 days.
Call us for a No Risk evaluation. We will determine if your pool is leaking. If your pool is not leaking we refund your fee. There is no risk to finding out for sure if your pool is in good condition. Call Stephen at (561) 632-1650.
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7689 Lawrence road
Phone: (561) 632-1650
Pool Service calls are scheduled for your convenience on a weekly basis. On a set day and time of the week, a Sparkling Blue Pool Service pool service technician will safely test and validate the chemical levels in your pool. If these levels are low, then the technician will add what is needed to correctly maintain pH and chemical balances for the coming week. Weekly visits include vacuuming the pool floor, brushing pool walls, screening the surface, cleaning the skimmer baskets and attached pumps as well as inspecting other pool equipment and promptly notifying you of any issues. Pool filter cleaning is performed twice a month during these routine maintenance visits.
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When considering whether or not to outsource the work involved in maintaining your pool, remember that ongoing pool upkeep is at least a weekly task. This frequency is unavoidable considering the precise condition your pool needs to be in for optimal use. This means that every week – week in and week out – you have to travel to the pool supply store, wait in line, purchase supplies, come back to the property and administer any changes all the while hoping you’re doing everything correctly. A routine service job might only involve adding chlorine and acid one week, but then there are times you’ll need to purchase more expensive reagents like stabilizers and other additives.
Just about every pool owner who attempts a ‘Do It Yourself’ pool service job regrets not calling in the professionals because their pools turn green at least a few times every year. The reality is that roughly 9 out of 10 people who self-service their pool report algae blooms causing a green pool about every other month. Also, shock treatments using standard Jacks Magics products require three or four times the chemicals normally used for routine pool maintenance. But there are even more costs to consider: replacing faulty hardware, torn pool screens, expired chemical stock, etc…it all adds up! What’s more, in addition to all the costs you absorb, you’re the one who has to toil in the hot sun without a Hammerhead vacuum to minimize the workload; a Hammerhead Electric vacuum is one of many standard issue pool tools used by most all pool service professionals because it reduces by half the time spent vacuuming.
Lastly, purchasing the correct Hayward equipment can be time-intensive and costly, but it’s necessary for your pool to be in tip-top shape. It’s for all of these reasons that hiring Sparkling Blue Pool Service is the obvious and best decision to make. We think you’ll immediately see why working with us is the clear answer – if it isn’t, we’ll return to make it right for FREE!
Absolve yourself of the worry and headaches associated with keeping your pool in swim-ready condition by contacting Sparkling Blue Pool Service today!
Sparkling Blue Pool Service has been in business for over 20 years. The company was founded by Linda and Dale Cohsun. We use the same work ethic and continue to provide weekly pool service swimming pool contracting and swimming pool maintenance to all of Palm Beach County. We are based out of Boynton Beach and are proud member of the community.
There are many things we have done to make our pool service one step above the competition. For example,multiple locations Lake Worth, Wellington, West Palm Beach and Boynton Beach which is located near are warehouse labeled MS interior Finishing. We also have dry chemical systems that allow the balance of the chlorine to be level all throughout the week in between service visits.
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