Lawrenceville, GA Pool Cleaning & Maintenance Services
Our weekly and bi-weekly pool maintenance services are available for both above ground and in-ground swimming pools. We can take care of cleaning indoor or outdoor swimming pools. Your pool water may be chlorinated or a salt system, but not to worry because we take care of all types. Routine maintenance will remove the algae, leaves, insects, and other debris from the pool as well as chemically treat the water.
Any type of ongoing service is important for every pool. If you would like more information about our weekly or bi-weekly pool cleaning service in Conyers, call and we'll be glad to answer your questions. A Perfect Pool Company can also customize our maintenance service to your unique needs.
Vinyl Pool Liners
A pool liner will need to be replaced about every 8 years or so. Again, it depends on the type of maintenance the pool has received, the environmental factors, the amount of use, and other variables that affect the liner. When a liner gets old, the color fades and the vinyl loses its elasticity. Pretty soon, the liner starts leaking. This results in many problems for the pool owner including a burned out pool pump motor if the water level drops below the skimmer. This type of damage to a pool pump is irreparable, so it will have to be replaced.
If you're not sure about the condition of your pool liner, we can inspect it for you. If we can repair the liner, we can take care of it for you. If it needs to be replaced, we sell and install quality vinyl pool liners. You'll always get an honest assessment from A Perfect Pool Company. With our decades of service to the area, we are proud of our reputation as a reliable pool maintenance company.
Every swimming pool will need to be protected from algae, bacteria, germs, and other organic matter. Chlorine is the best sanitizer available for an outdoor pool. An automatic chlorinator feeds chlorine to the pool directly. The type of pool chlorinator you use depends on the size and type of pool or spa you own. There are tablet chlorine feeders and liquid chlorine feeders. The liquid chlorine feeder is the most common type of chlorinator for commercial pools.
If you want a chlorinator installed or you already have one, it's highly important to have it maintained. The chlorinator and the pool lines should be inspected from time to time to ensure good condition to avoid toxic leaks. Also, never inhale the toxic fumes when opening the chlorinator. Our team at A Perfect Pool Company installs and maintains pool chlorinators. Let us know if you have questions or would like to schedule service.
Whether you would like to have a salt water chlorine generator installed for your pool or you already have one, A Perfect Pool is here to assist you with expert service. The salt water chlorine generator, or SWG, converts salt into chlorine to keep the pool clean and more chemically balanced. With this system, you are still using chlorine but don't have to add it yourself.
When the chlorine is used up by the cleaning process it performs, it will turn back into salt which is then ready to be reused. This is a very convenient system as it makes regular maintenance easier since you don't have to worry about missing a day and don't have to carry bottles of chlorine around.
A salt system will need to be maintained just as the other pool equipment should be. Inside the salt system, the cell should be cleaned when there is a white crusty buildup. It should be inspected about once per season or whenever there are indications that it should be. Any debris should be removed. The cell within a salt system should last for about three to five years or so. It can be replaced when it gets worn out.
There are mineral purifying systems for above ground and in-ground pools as well as spas. These systems use a natural approach to sanitizing the pool water. They work along with the pool filter to inhibit the growth of bacteria and other contaminants. Mineral sanitizers use different minerals which are proven to create clean, clear water. This system won't create unpleasant chemical odors and the common discomforts they cause such as eye or sinus irritation.