Pool Draining and Cleaning
When it comes to pools, you need to be on top of the maintenance. In order to ensure that your pool is in tip-top shape, there are a few things that you need to take care of. You are not going to want to use your pool if it is dirty. Let’s look at some tips for pool cleaning and draining.
How Much Does It Cost To Empty and Clean A Pool?
The cost of draining and cleaning a pool will vary depending on how large or small your swimming pool is, the type of chemicals you are using, how often it needs to be drained/cleaned, and if any other improvements need to be made.
However, most people can expect anywhere from $200-$500 for an average-sized 15’x20′ residential size swimming pool. How long does it take to drain my Pool? Depending on what type of chemical treatment system is being used in your swimming pool this could range between 30 minutes- overnight (depending on weather).
Signs Your Pool Needs a Drain and Cleaning
Many home pools end up with a build-up of gunk that can be difficult to remove. This build-up is usually caused by the pool equipment not having enough openings for the water to flow properly, which creates stagnant water. This can lead to algae and bacteria growth, along with an unpleasant smell.
The first step in getting your pool clean is understanding where this gunk is coming from. If you find that your pool is having frequent problems with maintenance, look at the above signs. If any of these are present, it would be worth investing in a swimming pool cleaner to get rid of this junk and keep them running on schedule. The next step is taking care of the drain pump so water doesn’t build up again quickly. This will ensure that you don’t have stagnant water in your pool.
Our Pool Draining and Cleaning Process
A quality drain and clean service can turn your pool from a pit of despair into an oasis. Our technicians are trained, licensed and insured to bring you the very best in pool draining services; we use highly effective eco-friendly techniques too!
We take pride in our work and strive to provide the best customer service. We begin by draining your pool completely, which is done safely using a professionally-grade pump so you don’t have any concerns about water pressures or electricity issues. Afterward, we pressure wash away all algae build-up along with other accumulated grime and stains, then treat smaller stain locations if needed. Of course, we don’t neglect the pool filter. A filter cleaning goes a long way to keep your beautiful oasis crystal clear. A regular schedule of maintenance prevents hefty pool repair fees in the future.
Things to Consider Before You Hire a Pool Maintenance Company:
- What type of filter do you have in your pool?
- Are there any chemicals in your water that need to be tested for and/or treated before they are added to the pool water?
- Is there anything else that needs to be done before the company can start work on your pool (e.g
- How often do you want your pool serviced?
- What type of chemicals are used in the pool?
- Do you have a filter system?
- Are there any areas of concern with your pool?
- What is the size of your pool and how deep does it go?
- Is there a cover on the pool or not?
- How many people use the pool at one time, if any at all?
- Do you have a skimmer?
- What is the length of your pool?
If you have a pool, you need to be on top of the maintenance. In order to ensure that your pool is in tip-top shape, there are a few things that you need to take care of. A clean and well-maintained pool will help improve the look of your property and provide a safe place for children to play. We proudly serve the DFW metroplex from Grapevine to Southlake and everywhere in between. Contact us today for a quote!
Pool Draining and Cleaning FAQ
Frequently asked pool draining and cleaning questions from pool clients all over the DFW metroplex
How to Clean a Pool
First, the pool should be vacuumed to get all of the debris out of it.
Secondly, any waterline or stain marks on the wall or bottom should be scrubbed off with a brush.
Third, chlorine levels should be readjusted by pouring in an appropriate amount of fresh chlorine into the pool.
Turn back on your filtration system and pump and allow it to run for a couple of hours before letting people swim in it again.