“After trying three different pool service companies, I am extremely happy to have found ASP – reliable, courteous, hardworking, helpful. I have only positive feedback to provide.” —RT
- Our Experience: ASP services swimming pools containing more than 80 million gallons of water each week.
- Our Qualifications: ASP uses only CPO certified technicians.
- Our Commitment: ASP focuses on dependable SOLUTIONS to your swimming pool needs.
- Our Guarantee: Even though NO CONTRACTS ARE REQUIRED, ASP guarantees your complete satisfaction.
- Our Offer To YOU: One FREE month of services is provided with a commitment to a 12-month maintenance and cleaning plan.
Pool Maintenance and Cleaning in Atlanta, GA
You have a goal of having a backyard where you can spend time with family and friends. You recognize that achieving this goal requires an investment. If you desire to enjoy special occasions with family and friends, as a first step in realizing this goal, why not consider making an investment in an Atlanta swimming pool?
A swimming pool requires cleaning and maintenance. Time-consuming tasks such as balancing water chemistry, maintaining equipment operation, along with normal upkeep can detract from your ability to enjoy your swimming pool.
All of your maintenance and cleaning needs can be met by using ASP of Atlanta.
Water chemistry balancing, routine and regular maintenance, pool cleaning, swimming pool equipment service, and any other required maintenance activities can be performed by ASP of Atlanta certified staff members.
Atlanta Swimming Pool Maintenance – Residential & Commercial Maintenance Available
Full service monthly affordable maintenance programs are offered by the ASP of Atlanta location relieving you of the responsibility of maintaining and cleaning your pool. Maintenance programs can be tailored to meet the needs of your lifestyle. Because ASP of Atlanta offers turn-key maintenance programs, your swimming pool is always available for the enjoyment and relaxation of your family and friends.
All maintenance programs offered by ASP of Atlanta include balancing and adjusting water chemicals. Regardless of the chlorination method used in your swimming pool, ASP of Atlanta can ensure that the chlorination system operates appropriately.
The following tasks are performed during each visit:
• All debris is removed.
• When needed, the pool walls are brushed.
• Skimmer baskets are cleaned.
• When need, pool tiles are cleaned.
• The pool floor is cleaned and the pool sweep is serviced.
• All pool equipment is checked.
• The hair and lint pot are cleaned.
• The filter medium is cleaned.
• Chemicals are adjusted to meet Health Code Standard.
Response to emergencies will occur the same day when occurring during regular business hours. Advance notice is required in order to vacuum the pool the day of a special event.
ASP of Atlanta uses only industrial strength, top-of-the-line chemicals and materials. The timely use of appropriate maintenance procedures results in water sanitation and clarity. ASP of Atlanta always verifies that pool equipment performs properly. America’s Swimming Pool of Atlanta will maintain the filtration system, brush the pool tiles, clean the skimmer basket, and remove debris during each maintenance and cleaning visit. ASP of Atlanta will remove phosphate and metal buildup, as required. ASP of Atlanta will regularly check for proper equipment and component operation and will ensure that the pump lint basket is clean, will backwash and clean the filter, and either vacuum or Leaf-Master the bottom of the pool.
“Probably the best service rep I’ve dealt with in any field.” —CK
Weekly Atlanta Swimming Pool Service and Cleaning
ASP specializes in happy customers who are able to love their pool on a daily basis. ASP works hard to eliminate the work and stress that comes from maintaining and cleaning your own pool. We appreciate the positive feedback from our loyal customers and take pride in the service that we have performed for over 17 years.
Because a swimming pool represents a major investment that needs to be protected, you have a right to expect functional and professional service. ASP commits to protecting that investment. Because pool maintenance requires a lot of time and effort, this section is provided to inform you about the requirements for proper pool maintenance. ASP always focuses on your needs and wants to minimize the amount of time and effort, along with the frustration, that accompanies swimming pool maintenance and cleaning. Tasks included in our weekly maintenance and cleaning service include:
- Using only industrial strength top-of-the-line chemicals and materials.
- Optimizing chemical balance, water clarity, and sanitation.
- Checking pool equipment for proper operation.
- Removing all debris.
- Cleaning the skimmer basket.
- When required, brushing the pool tiles.
- Maintaining proper operation of the pool filtration system.
- Vacuuming the pool bottom.
- Backwashing the pump and cleaning the lint basket.
- When required, brushing the pool wall.
- When required, adjusting the pool water level.
- Making sure the area around the pool equipment location is clean.
- Detailing the provided services on a “service ticket.”
Let ASP remove the worry from maintaining and cleaning while you enjoy your pool. Additional information regarding required maintenance and service tasks are detailed below.
Checking and balancing the chemicals used in your swimming pool is the most important part of pool maintenance. It is also critical to determine the pH and alkalinity levels, along with the levels of chlorine, cyanauric acid among others. All ASP pool technicians are trained to evaluate and adjust these chemicals, as required, on a weekly basis. The proper balancing of pool chemicals will enhance the appearance and the use and comfort of your swimming pool.
The pH level is a measurement of how acidic or “basic” the water in your swimming pool is. The pH range of your pool water can be between 6.6 and 8.4 with a target between 7.4 and 7.6 being optimum. Swimming pool water with a pH level lower in the range is considered to be more acidic and pool water with a pH level higher in the range is considered to be more “basic.”
Swimming pool water with a pH level less than 7.4 is considered to be acidic or “hungry.” The pool water will attempt to attain a neutral pH level by seeking elements through corrosion of pool materials to mix with itself resulting in potential serious pool damage.
Swimming pool water with a pH level greater than 7.6 is considered to be “basic” or “over saturated.” The pool water will attempt to attain a neutral pH level by seeking to deposit elements from the water which causes an increase in scale and other harmful mineral build up.
The measurement of alkaline materials in your swimming pool water is known as total alkalinity which is affected by the pH level of the water. Alkaline materials present in the pool water serve as a buffer between corrosion of your pool and acidic water. Constant and rapid fluctuations in the pH level are caused by low alkaline levels. Cloudy water or decreased water clarity are the result of high alkaline levels. If a balanced level of total alkalinity is achieved, both cloudy water and constant rapid changes to pH levels can be avoided.
The amount of calcium that is present in your swimming pool water is determined by the calcium hardness measurement. Low calcium hardness results in the pool water attempting to leach calcium from any available pool materials which can damage the pool tiles and plaster finish. Cloudy water is a result of high calcium hardness. Calcium hardness needs to be balanced in order to help prevent cloudy water and to prevent damage to the pool tiles and plaster finish.
Cleaning the Pool
ASP staff will clean your pool each week. Cleaning your swimming pool includes the removal of debris or other materials that would not normally be present in your pool. A Leaf-Master may be used to assist in the removal of larger debris from your swimming pool. Your ASP technician will sweep the area about the pool and remove all surface debris. The surface tiles will be scrubbed to prevent the build-up of grime and algae.
Proper Filtration and Water Flow
The most critical aspect of your swimming pool’s operation is the flow of water throughout the pool. Similarly to the heart in the human body, the “heart” of the swimming pool is the pool pump filter. All required chemicals are filtered and pumped throughout the swimming pool water system, including all pool pipes, by the filtration system. Each week the filtration is checked by your ASP technician to determine that it is efficiently operating. The presence of algae, corrosion, and calcium build-up are indicators that your swimming pool is in “poor health” as a result of inadequate water flow.
Consider a Salt Water System
Traditional chlorination systems generally require more maintenance that swimming pools using salt water chlorination systems. Salt water chlorination systems are less common than traditional chlorination systems; however they essentially take care of the chlorination process for you. Salt is converted to chlorine for use in the pool and then is converted back to salt in a continuous cycle thereby achieving a more stable chlorine level. Less time is required to balance chemicals and pool water chlorinated by salt water systems cause less damage and irritation to skin, eyes, and hair.