How to Get Your Inground Swimming Pool Ready For Summer

How to Get Your Inground Swimming Pool Ready For Summer

Before you can even think about diving into those crystal blue waters, you need to make sure that your pool has not fallen into disrepair over the winter season. Luckily, you don’t have to worry about having to do any of the inground pool repairs yourself as Mr. Pool is here to help!

Many times, your swimming pool may require water testing and extra chlorine. Other times, you will need to investigate damages that your pool has incurred. We can take care of some of the following repairs for you:

  • Cracks:

These are often hard to find. However, should the water levels of your inground swimming pool start to decrease without a valid or obvious explanation; you could quite possibly have a crack in the outer layer of the pool. It is even possible that there could be cracks in your pool pumps and the various piping that goes with it. Mr. Pool offers services which will provide a speedy and efficient inground pool crack repair should there be any cracks.

  • Leaks:

These generally go hand-in-hand with cracks, as the water will leak out through the crack. However, there are times when the pool pump or pipes have loosened or became corroded as a result of wear-and-tear and it can prove to be difficult to repair. Mr. Pool has years of experience renovating pools and will easily be able to assist you with any in-ground pool leak repairs that may be needed.

Mr. Pool’s services are not only tailored for damage repair; we also offer general maintenance of all inground swimming pools. In order to be ready for the warm sunny days spent by the pool, you need to make sure that your pump is filtering the water correctly. You should backwash your pool at least once a week. However, if you swim regularly you should think of backwashing the pool at least twice a week to make sure you maintain a healthy pool.

Another important factor to take into account is the pH balance of the pool as this affects the growth of algae – which you certainly do not want. In order to make sure your inground swimming pool maintains a healthy pH balance, you should have it checked and balanced approximately once a week.

Should you wish to have a hassle free in-ground pool repair or perhaps require further information then feel free to contact us today.


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