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What does pool cleaning include?

Pool cleaning includes more than just making your pool look clean. A professional pool cleaner will also check the equipment around your pool and the quality of the water to make sure everything’s in good order. Pool cleaning can include a basic clean, specific elements, or a deep clean, depending on how often you’d like to book. You can hire regular pool cleaners to come to your home every week, fortnight, or month. Or you might hire them on a one-off basis before a big event or pool party. Swimming pool cleaning services can include:

Chemicals and treatments

Just because your pool’s clean, doesn’t mean the water is (whether it looks green, cloudy, or clear)! One important part of swimming pool cleaning involves your pool technician testing your pool to gauge the quality of the water. They’ll check the result and treat your pool with chlorine or salt to balance the pH, alkalinity, and calcium hardness of the water.

Filter cleaning

Pool filters do a lot of heavy lifting to keep your pool water nice and clean, so it’s important that they’re kept clean. Your pool technician will empty and backwash your filter before giving it a deep chemical clean. They’ll also check the filter cartridge to make sure it’s working properly and advise you if it needs replacing.

Equipment check 

Once your pool is clean, your pool technician will check for any visible cracks, tears, leaks, and other visible damage. They’ll test any ladders and handrails to make sure they’re secure. Finally, they’ll inspect your pool’s pumps and engines to make sure they’re working properly. If anything seems out of place, they’ll let you know so you can organise a fix or replacement as soon as possible.

Deep clean

Most pools will require more than just the leaves scooped off the top to keep them clean and safe to swim in. Every few months (or if your pool is looking particularly dirty), your pool will need deep cleaning. Deep cleans are carried out by pool technicians who will get rid of built-up debris and clean out any smaller particles floating in the water. They’ll brush and vacuum the pool walls and floor with professional equipment before cleaning the decking around your pool, leaving your pool fresh, clean, and ready for swimming.


Pool cleaners work with all types of pools, including spas. So whether you’ve got a pool, a spa, or both, your pool cleaner will check the water balance, filters, and equipment to make sure it’s all clean and working properly. 

Recent Pool Cleaning tasks in Central West NSW

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Molong NSW, Australia

22nd Oct 2020

38000 litre above ground pool needs cleaning

I need pool cleaning


Orange NSW, Australia

3rd Dec 2018

I need my swimming pool water clear by adding sold chemical any tips to make it ready to use..

Pool cleaning


Bathurst NSW 2795, Australia

2nd Oct 2020

13 x 5 foot (length and width) of pool, above ground. We have the chemicals to treat the water, just looking for someone to keep on top of vacuuming as we are very busy. As you can see from the pics there is stuff on the bottom of the pool. Ongoing work depending on how often it needs. Date is negotiable

I need pool cleaning


Bathurst NSW, Australia

20th Nov 2020

Just a check and clean 10 minutes out of Bathurst towards Orange

Cleaner (wipe handrails 2m etc) needed today


Bathurst NSW, Australia

8th Jul 2020

- Must be done today. - In Bathurst town. - Just two handrails to clean (2m long each - see image) - Wipe dusty footprints off a treadmill belt (see image below) - Assemble 1x stool (see image below) - MUST have recent flu shot and also recent police check.