Ocala Swimming Pool Maintenance
- Our Experience: Servicing more than 80 million gallons of water per week provides ASP the experience to serve your pool needs.
- Our Qualifications: All ASP staff members are CPO certified.
- Our Commitment: SOLUTIONS that are DEPENDABLE are the only solutions provided by ASP.
- Our Guarantee: ASP commits to address all your pool needs WITHOUT REQUIRING A CONTRACT.
- Our Offer To YOU: When you commit to an ASP 12-month weekly maintenance and cleaning program, you will receive one month of completely FREE maintenance.
Pool Maintenance and Cleaning in Ocala FL
Do you envision a backyard that is designed to provide an environment where you can enjoy special gatherings involving your family and friends? An ASP installed swimming pool may be the first step in realizing this goal. However, the time and effort required to maintain and clean a swimming pool may have prevented you from making the major investment associated with a backyard pool. Perhaps you feel the time required to maintain and clean the pool, balance the water chemistry, and maintain the pool equipment will keep you from enjoying your pool while associating with your family and friends.
ASP of Ocala can relieve you of all the time consuming tasks associated with pool maintenance and cleaning.
ASP uses only certified staff and technicians that are uniquely trained in all areas of pool maintenance and cleaning including balancing water chemistry, maintaining pool equipment, routine maintenance, and all other required maintenance tasks.
Swimming Pool Maintenance – Residential & Commercial Maintenance Available
ASP will develop a maintenance and cleaning plan that will specifically meet your pool needs at an affordable price. Since ASP will develop a turn-key maintenance plan for your pool that will address all your pool’s needs, and will do all the work, you will have more time to be in your pool with family and friends.
Perhaps the most critical component of your ASP developed maintenance plan will be the balancing of water chemistry. Since ASP of Ocala has knowledge and training in all types of pool chlorination methods, you be certain your pool chlorination system is functioning as required.
Each weekly visit by ASP will include completion of the following maintenance and cleaning tasks:
• All debris will be removed.
• The pool walls will be brushed when necessary.
• The skimmer basket will be cleaned.
• The pool tiles will be cleaned when necessary.
• The pool sweep will be serviced and the pool floor will be cleaned.
• All pool equipment will be inspected.
• The hair and lint pot will be cleaned.
• The filter medium will be cleaned.
• The water chemistry will be determined and balanced to meet the governing Health Code Standard.
ASP will respond to any pool emergencies on the same day should the emergency occur during normal hours of operation. If you are planning a special event, please provide ASP a few day’s notice to have the pool vacuumed the day of the event.
In order to maintain proper pool sanitation and water clarity, all pool maintenance needs to occur on a constant regular basis. To insure proper pool sanitation and maximum water clarity, only industrial strength top-of-the-line chemicals are used by ASP. In addition to the maintenance and cleaning tasks listed above, during each weekly visit ASP will perform maintenance on the water filtration system and remove metal and phosphate buildup when necessary.
ASP commits to serving customers who are happy, satisfied, and want to be in and enjoying their swimming pool every day. Removing all the work and stress from maintaining your own pool is the main priority of ASP. ASP is proud and appreciative of all the positive customer feedback that they have received during their 17 years of operation.
Now that you have a backyard swimming pool, what is the best way to protect this investment? ASP can help you protect your investment by providing care that is regular, reliable, professional, and functional. Additional information contained in this section will help you understand the components of proper swimming pool maintenance. The main focus at ASP is to meet your specific needs, and reduce or minimize the time, effort, and frustration that can accompany swimming pool maintenance. The ASP maintenance and cleaning schedule consists of the following tasks:
- Use of only top-of-the-line, industrial strength chemicals.
- Insure maximum sanitation and water clarity are achieved by properly balancing the water chemistry.
- All pool equipment will be checked to insure proper function.
- All debris will be removed.
- The skimmer basket will be cleaned.
- The pool tiles will be brushed if necessary
- The pool filtration System will be serviced.
- The pool bottom will be cleaned by either using a vacuum of Leaf-Master.
- The pool pump will be backwashed and the lint basket will be cleaned.
- The pool walls will be brushed if necessary.
- The pool water level will be adjusted if necessary.
- The pool equipment area will be cleaned.
- A “service ticket” listing all completed services and any pertinent comments will be left.
ASP can remove the hassle that accompanies pool maintenance and cleaning. Enjoy your swimming pool while ASP does all the maintenance and cleaning!
Monitoring your pool water chemistry and making the appropriate adjustments may be the most important part of pool maintenance. Alkalinity, pH, chlorine, and cyanauric acid are among the critical components of pool water chemistry. Proper pool maintenance requires checking the water chemistry weekly and making adjustments as required. Correctly balanced water chemistry will provide a pool with an attractive appearance that is safe to enter. ASP staff technicians are experts in balancing water chemistry.
The water in your swimming pool can be classified as being either acidic, “basic,” or neutral. The pH level associated with the water in your pool is an indicator which state your pool water is in. The pH levels may be anywhere between 6.6 and 8.4. Water in the lower part of the range is considered to be acidic. Water in the higher part of the range is considered to be “basic.” The neutral pH range is between 7.4 and 7.6.
Water with a pH level less than 7.4 is classified as acidic or as “hungry water.” Acidic water attempts to raise its pH level to the neutral range. The chemical process of raising the water’s pH level involves the leaching or pulling of elements from any available source within contact of the water resulting in corrosion of those materials.
Water with a pH level greater than 7.6 is classified as “basic” or “over-saturated water.” “Basic” water attempts to lower its pH level to the neutral range. The chemical process of lowering the water’s pH level involves the deposition of elements from the water which can cause scale or other harmful mineral buildup.
Total alkalinity is a measurement to help determine the alkaline content of your pool water. Changes in the pH level of the water in your pool will change the total alkalinity measurement in your pool water. If the total alkalinity of your pool water is low, the water’s pH levels will exhibit constant rapid changes. If the total alkalinity of your pool water is high, the water will have diminished clarity or be cloudy.
Calcium hardness is a measurement of the amount of calcium present in your pool water. Low calcium hardness results in the water attempting to raise its calcium content by absorbing calcium from any available source. High calcium hardness results in damage to the pool’s tile and plaster finish. Poor water clarity is also an indicator of high calcium hardness. One step to improve water clarity and to protect the pool’s tiles and plaster finish is to balance the pool water’s calcium hardness.
Cleaning the Pool
Your pool will be cleaned on a weekly basis by a certified ASP staff member. Debris and unwanted materials will be removed from the pool. A Leaf-Master will be used, if required, as part of the cleaning activities. The ASP staff member will remove surface debris from around the pool and will sweep the pool hard surface areas. Algae and grime will be removed from the surface tiles.
Proper Filtration and Water Flow
Sometimes the pool pump filtration system is referred to as the “heart” of the pool. All chemicals, along with filtered water are pumped through all areas of the pool, including the pool piping, by the pool pump filtration system. A properly functioning pump filtration system will improve the appearance and safety of the pool water. The pool pump filtration system will be completely inspected weekly for maximum functional operation. Symptoms of a poorly functioning pool pump filtration system include algae buildup and corrosion of pool hard surfaces and pool equipment.
Consider a Salt Water System
Although salt water chlorination systems may not be as common as other traditional chlorination systems, they offer benefits that may be attractive to you as swimming pool owner. Traditional chlorination systems require the addition and dispensing of chlorine, in some form, into the pool pump filtration system where it is dispersed into the pool water and consumed. Salt water chlorination systems have the advantage of being “self-chlorinating.” Salt is converted to chlorine and the chlorine is converted back to salt. Salt water chlorination systems maintain more stable levels of chlorine in the pool water and, since the conversion from salt to chlorine and back to salt is automatic, salt water chlorination systems require less maintenance. Skin, eyes, and hair experience less damage and irritation when salt water chlorination systems are used.