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Let’s face it - you have a pool to enjoy it, not clean it! And the last thing you want to do on a Saturday morning is vacuum your pool or treat it with chemicals. So, why not hire a professional pool cleaner to take care of all the maintenance and cleaning tasks that come with owning a pool? Your cleaner will help prolong the life of your pool and keep it in the best possible shape so you can spend more time swimming and less time dealing with a dirty pool.
Hire a professional pool technician on Airtasker who will clean your pool and take the stress out of your swimming pool maintenance. Whether you’ve got a pool party coming up or your pool’s looking a little green, hire a pool technician today who can make your pool sparkle again!
Pools can go cloudy for a number of reasons. Your chemical balance could be off, your filter may not be working, or there could be algae building up in your pool. No matter the cause, an expert pool technician will be able to treat your cloudy pool and advise you on what to do so it doesn’t happen again.
The most common chemical used to clean pools is chlorine. This is a disinfecting agent that kills bacteria and keeps your pool looking and smelling fresh.
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:
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.
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.
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.
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.