POOL SCHOOL IS REALLY COOL.
It may sound a bit silly, but our clients rave about our Pool School. It is our free class to make sure you feel confident as a swimming pool owner.
In Pool School, you will learn critical pool ownership knowledge, such as:
- Proper maintenance strategies
- Pool chemical basics
- Filter cartridge cleaning
Pool School is only available to clients of Presidential Pools, Spas & Patio, and it meets on the last Saturday of each month. Clients are notified of upcoming class topics via email. Classes fill up quickly, so make sure to sign up early.
PAST POOL SCHOOL LESSONS
Presidential Pools works with the top companies in the area to bring your pool the best products. One of those products, the pool cartridge filter, needs to be frequently maintained. Use the below video as a step-by-step guide to cleaning your pool cartridge filter.
The Q360 in floor cleaning system circulates water and removes debris, all while allowing you to do next to nothing. The central aspect of the system is the variable speed pump, which works in tandem with the systems jets to create an optimal water flow around you pool. The eclipse drain and abyss canister complete the optimal cleaning system.
Machines have replaced many of the difficult aspects of the pool maintenance process. Re-filling water, adding salt, and tracking and adding acid levels to your water can all be done automatically. Plus with the Blue Square Q360 In-Floor Cleaning system, you don’t have to worry about cleaning the pool and removing debris!
Top pool builders and safety commissions across Arizona endorse Layers of Protection. Its principles are that along with constant adult supervision, a pool should have proper safety devices and other measures that prevent accidents. The solution is not a single component, but a combination of factors.
There has always been a debate among pool builders over chlorine or saltwater pools. While chlorine’s ability to effectively kill unwanted particles in the pool makes it the most popular cleaning agent, saltwater pools are also a useful option. Saltwater pools need significantly less pool chemicals and can be beneficial for the skin.
Save money and help stay green by decreasing water evaporation. Pool circulation features, a cover, and pool pumps are some of the many ways to keep your pool cool more often in the Arizona heat.
Pool Builders make a point of informing customers about the proper pool chemical process. Pools should be inspected every two to three days with a chemical strip. Customers want to be looking at levels for calcium, chlorine, pH, and Cyanuric Acid.
Over the years, pool owners can forget exactly how much water their pool holds. We included a link to a pool calculator to help you figure out the volume of your pool for necessary maintenance tasks.
Did you know there are some creative ways to maintain a Tucson pool? For example, you may find that using a tennis ball or baking soda can work for your pool. Maybe even give one of those inflatables a chance so you can really enjoy your backyard in a new way.
The best pool owners know that the most common maintenance in Phoenix, Arizona involves cleaning surfaces, emptying baskets, and checking chemical levels. An in-floor cleaning system will do most of the difficult tasks. More infrequent pool maintenance practices involve cleaning the pool filter and lubricating the “O” rings.