Pool Filter Cleaning Service in West Palm Beach
A clean pool and spa look throughout the year is our bread and butter. Nothing makes us quite as proud as following through on every project we accept and making sure your pool runs smooth and looks smooth. Over several years of business, swimming pool maintenance is a craft that we dare say we have perfected. There may always be a service or two that can promise a quicker job, but we believe in thoroughness and detail over speed.
A self owned pool is easily one of the top places to go to relax after a tiring day. We can all agree that when we come home to more problems for instead of the escape we were anticipating, is a bummer to say the least. So instead leave those worries in our hands. We can keep your pool in the best shape it's ever been by handling a multitude of services from standard chlorine to salt water system conversion, to your common problems of algae, old heaters, pumps, lights, and why we’re on this page: Pool Filter Cleaning.
When we talk about a more common service like pool filter cleaning, it is important to us that you understand the importance of this simple service. Every gallon of water in your swimming pool must be pumped through your filter, it is the ultimate barrier to unwanted elements that contaminate your pool. Without a clean and functioning filter, it will not take long until that at home escape of yours becomes a cesspool instead of a swimming pool. Do not let such a common mistake lead you to a murky and unkempt looking pool. Give us a call today and allow us the service of providing you with the best looking and most sanitary pool in West Palm Beach. Contact us now!
It is important to note that the level of service you need will depend on your pool’s specific filter. For a simple cartridge pool filter, you will need little more than a hose, bucket, lubricant, O-ring, and replacement filter. It is important to note that depending on how dirty your filter is, that this can become an overnight experience. A lightly worn filter can easily have the pleats hosed down and the O-ring lubricated.
If the filter is excessively filthy, it may require being soaked overnight in a bucket with cleaning solution and your O-ring may need to be replaced depending on the wear and tear. After your pieces are cleaned and reassembled, it is important to monitor your PSI (Pounds per square inch). If the PSI is off, the filter may not have been assembled correctly, or they may be other issues with your pool. Again, this is going to be your simple filter here, so if this already sounds too taxing or time consuming just give us a call for a free quote.
We also handle backwasing sand pool filters, and D.E. pool filters.