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Pool Cleaning Services in Denver, CO

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Prescreened Swimming Pool Cleaning & Maintenance Services in Denver, CO

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Mendez Pool & Spa Services, LLC
(303) 801-9374
Areas of Expertise
  • Pools
Valenda G. in Aurora, CO

"The owner comes out in the field personally. I can't say enough nice things about Martin. Very helpful! Very knowledgeable! And very He is ...patient! going to service my Swim Spa for me. Yep. I signed up. Every 2 weeks. Now I can have fun! "

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by Caleb, LLC
(720) 506-6590
Areas of Expertise
  • Sauna Repair
  • Spa Repair
Darla S. in Denver, CO

"Caleb installed a new filter. He was there when he said he would be and did a great job. I continue to use Caleb since this first review. He ...opens and closes my pool and does fantastic work. "

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Peak One Pool & Spa, LLC
(877) 215-7223
Areas of Expertise
  • Pool Maintenence
  • Recurring Pool Cleaning
  • Commercial Pool Cleaning
  • Pool Repair
  • Chemical Automation
valerie f. in Denver, CO

"My experience with Peak One was amazing. Ted was very professional, always on time and he did a great job fixing my hot tub! I would use Peak ...definitely One again and would recommend to anyone. "

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Mile High Pools, Inc.
(720) 506-6844
Areas of Expertise
  • In ground Swimming Pool - Opening & Closing Service
  • In Ground Swimming Pool or Accessories - Repair or Service
  • In ground Swimming Pool - Clean and Maintain
  • In ground Swimming Pool Heaters - Install or Replace * Service or Repair
  • Hot Tub or Spa - Repair or Service
Chris C. in Denver, CO

"Finding a QUALITY pool guy in Denver has not been an easy experience. It is certainly a case of getting what you pay for. Plenty of people be ...who would happy to do a pool opening for you for a couple hundred bucks on Craigslist, and a few that would be happy to do it for a few thousand just because they think they can. Mile High Pools are neither, they are fair, friendly, and very professional. Couldn't recommend them more highly! "

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Unscreened Swimming Pool Services & Contractors in Denver, Colorado

Front Range Construction & Remodel
2205 Keota Ln
Superior, CO 80027
A and A Heating and Plumbing
7011 E. 60th Place
Commerce City, CO 80022
Your Energy Solutions, LLC
9315 Saulsbury Cir.
Westminster, CO 80021
Leos Masonry
7920 W 10th Ave, #16
Lakewood, CO 80214
Mountain Designscapes, Inc.
4731 S. Queen St.
Littleton, CO 80127

Things to Consider Before You Hire a Pool Maintenance Company:

  • What kind of pool do you have?
  • What is the pool made of?
  • What kind of service do you want?

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Denver Pool Maintenance

While swimming pools in the Mile Hile City aren't as popular as in Phoenix or Miami, they aren't exactly a scarcity, either. Even without 110 degree temperatures or 100 percent humidity, the Front Range can still get plenty hot in the summertime. And with more than 300 days of sunshine per year, some would say that the Denver metro area is perfectly suited to backyard, residential swimming pools. As fun as they are, however, swimming pools do come with some responsibility ? mainly keeping up with proper swimming pool maintenance in Denver.

The Importance of Swimming Pool Maintenance
While your pool water might look sparkling and clear, it can actually be home to a host of irritants and contagions including bacteria, mold, algae, sunblock and suntan lotions, perspiration, and other human by-products (how many toddlers swim in your pool each week? Can you spell p-e-e?). When your chlorine levels drop too low or high, your pH levels go unregulated, or your pool's pumps and filters fail to work properly, these unwanted contaminants can actually build up to unsafe levels, causing everything from eye and skin irritations to actual infections. And from a purely financial standpoint, poorly-maintained pool water can also cause pumps and filters to fail, and cause problems with concrete, plaster, and vinyl pool linings. In short, keeping up on your Denver swimming pool maintenance is the best way to keep your pool running properly, and your water healthy, week in and week out throughout swimming pool season.

A Quick Rundown
By far the easiest way to keep up on your swimming pool maintenance in Denver is to develop a set schedule and to stick with it. If you've got a trusted pool company that you do business with already, give them a call and ask if they have a handout or some guidelines you can follow to help you keep up on what needs to be done. If not, here's a general list for you to look over to help develop a swimming pool maintenance schedule that works for you.

  • Testing Chlorine and pH Levels—Your pool water's pH level, and the chlorine level, are two of the most important aspects of keeping your water safe and free of bacteria, algae, and other contaminants. Ideally, you should be checking these levels twice a week and adjusting them as necessary.

  • Basic Pool Cleaning—Keeping your pool free of foreign debris such as insects, leaves, and other contaminants is good for your pool equipment, your water quality, and the people who use your pool. Get in the habit of skimming the pool surface with a pool skimmer and emptying out your skimmer basket twice a week as well.

  • Advanced Pool Cleaning—In addition to the aforementioned tasks, you should do a deeper cleaning once a week. This includes adding an algae preventative, as well as scrubbing your pool walls and floor, and vacuuming out any debris.

  • Water Testing—While regular cleanings and maintaining proper pH and chlorine levels are vital to good water quality, your pool can still harbor unseen contaminants that those measures don't prevent. To ensure that your water is completely safe, you should take it in to be tested professionally once a month.

  • Pump and Filter Maintenance—Many pool maintenance companies suggest you monitor the water pressure in your pump and filter system to know exactly when it's time to clean and de-grease your filter because your water pressure will gradually increase over time as your filter picks up and removes contaminants from your pool. If you haven't been provided with specific guidelines regarding when to clean out your filter, making sure that you clean out your filter mid-season is a good alternative to live by. This is also a good time to add a flock or metal remover to your pool water, followed by a thorough pool vacuuming 24 hours after the fact.

Easy to Contract Out
There is an alternative if organization and sticking to a schedule isn't your strongpoint, or if you're simply too busy to set aside the time needed to do your Denver swimming pool maintenance correctly. Many Mile High pool owners choose to hire the job of pool maintenance out to a professional pool maintenance service. A pool maintenance service charges you a monthly fee to come out to your home on a set schedule, usually once a week, and do the dirty work for you. Obviously it costs more than doing it yourself, but for many pool owners it's well worth the extra cost to be freed from the responsibility of keeping up on swimming pool maintenance in Denver. Add to that the peace of mind you'll enjoy knowing that your water is being maintained at the optimal levels for proper pool functioning and safe water quality, and it's easy to see why so many pool owners in the Mile High City choose to delegate this chore out to the professionals.