La Mesa Pool Services
Complete Pool Maintenance
Perfect Care Pool Service is a professional residential and commercial La Mesa Pool Services and Maintenance company. Our premium quality pool cleaning and repair services are your best value!
Dependable Pool Service
Rely on our highly recommended pool service technicians who are prompt, courteous, and professional. We have the knowledge and experience to provide expert pool maintenance and repairs for residential and commercial property owners. In addition to pool water and system maintenance, we also troubleshoot problems before they occur.
Quality Pool Service
Your swimming pool is a major investment for relaxation, fun, and fitness. Since its cleanliness and water quality impact the enjoyment and health of every swimmer, why take chances with its maintenance and care?
We keep the water sparkling clear and clean so your pool remains healthy and hassle-free.
- Check all chemical levels
- Balance all chemical levels (no extra costs for chemicals used as part of normal service)
- Thoroughly skim pool surface
- Brush down interior wall of pool
- Brush down tile
- Vacuum the pool (as needed)
- Clean skimmer and empty basket
- Check pump basket and empty
- Backwash filter (as needed)
- Inspect all pool equipment
- Monitor and adjust any time clock system
- Check computerized saltwater system (if applicable)
Chemical Safety Service
Process of chemical testing, balancing and adjusting to insure healthy water quality and equipment protection
Maintenance and installation of mineral- based or salt water pools and purification systems
Equipment and Pool Surface Inspection and Repair
Inspection, repair and replacement of pool systems and components to ensure proper operation, including:
- Plumbing repair
- Electrical repair
- Leak detection and repair
- Acid washing
- Free estimates
You bet! Proper cleaning and regular maintenance not only keep your pool beautiful ─ they protect your financial investment … and the safety of you, your family and friends. Whether you “do it yourself” or rely on a pool service technician, a clean pool is a healthier and happier pool for everyone involved.
Even if you use an automatic pool cleaner, vacuum your pool at least once a week to remove debris that the filter misses. Brush the sides to remove algae and bacteria that grow in areas with little or no circulation. It’s best to brush toward the drain, beginning at the shallow end. Also, make sure to keep the surrounding deck clean by regularly removing trash, sweeping and rinsing.
The filter, one of your pool’s most important pieces of equipment, is designed to remove visible debris and most microscopic matter. Clean it at least monthly. For a sand filter, backwash or reverse the flow of water through the filter for 2 to 3 minutes until the wastewater appears clear. For a cartridge filter, remove the cartridge, hose it thoroughly and replace.
Water in motion makes it difficult for bacteria and algae to take hold. It also moves debris for capture by the filter. That’s why pool water must be regularly circulated, preferably during the day for a minimum of 10 hours.
Pool water must be regularly tested, measured and adjusted for its pH balance and level of active sanitizer. Why? Many factors constantly change the water quality, including frequency of use, number of swimmers, product application and even the weather. If imbalances continue over time, the water becomes unsanitary, pool surfaces can become damaged and equipment can fail. Carefully follow the manufacturer’s instructions when using test kits and chemicals, or contract a professional pool service provider.
The end result is a brilliant, sparkling pool that lasts over time and is inviting to all. Enjoy!
Several things can cause a pool to lose its clarity – inadequate water circulation, chemical imbalance, poor filtration, low sanitizer levels or lack of oxidation.
Yes! If left unchecked, algae can grow in free-floating patches or cling to pool walls. Not only can algae clog filters, it eventually can cause pool surface damage and impact swimmers’ health.
You may be improperly administering chemicals, which is costly and can prove harmful to eyes and skin.
NEVER experiment! Improper measuring and mixing of chemicals – whether diluted or concentrated – can create both unwanted reactions and potential health hazards. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions with special attention to safety gear, clean up and storage.
RWI stands for recreational water illnesses that are caused by bacteria found in water, such as pools and spas. RWI usually involves diarrhea-type illnesses, but also can cause skin rash and ear, eye or respiratory infections. Pool and spa water requires proper chemical treatment to lessen the incidence of RWI. Also, people should avoid swallowing pool water and not swim while sick