Pool Cleaning, Service & Maintenance Northern Suburbs
At ClearBlu pools we understand how important a clean and vibrant pool is to you and your family. Not only does a ClearBlu pool look fresh and inviting. A dirty, unkept pool can have a negative effect on you and your family’s health. This is why at ClearBlu pools, our dedicated team of professionals are proud to offer all the latest in water testing technologies, superior knowledge of the most common pool operating systems, including both manual and automatic systems, experience and knowledge with both chlorine and saltwater pools.
ClearBlu pools offers a superior pool cleaning service, our dedicated team of professionals, identify the problem and work with you our customers to solve it. Whether your pool needs just a simple brush clean, or your pool needs to be turn from green to clean and anything in between, ClearBlu pools will make it happen.
Contact us today to experience the ClearBlu difference and have your pool sparkle ClearBlu all year round.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How much does pool cleaning cost?
It really depends on your individual circumstances and what is needed for your pool. The bigger the job the more expensive it will be. Rates are calculated by hour.
Is it worth having a pool cleaning service?
In short, yes. A pool cleaning service can save you time, the cost of chemicals, and a lot of hard work. Pool cleaning experts have more experience than you and will complete the cleaning process faster and more completely.
Is it cheaper to clean your own pool?
Although it may be initially cheaper to clean your own pool, the process is complicated and time consuming. If you miss any steps this can result in toxic pool water and expensive damage to your pool and filters. For peace of mind, many pool owners choose to hire a pool cleaning company.
How often should you clean your swimming pool?
The number of times you clean your pool depends on your individual set up. Typically surface skimming and floor vacuuming should be done several times per week. The water can be tested once per week, while filter cleaning can be done monthly.
What goes into pool cleaning?
Pool cleaning is an entire process, with many steps. The surface of the pool is cleaned with a skimmer, the pool floor is usually cleaned with a pool vacuum. The walls and tiles of the pool need to be scrubbed to remove built of calcium and algae. Finally, the pool water needs to be chemically balanced and treated with chlorine to prevent microbe growth. Pool filters also need to be cleaned and maintained.