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Including But Not Limited To

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All leaves will be scooped out of the pool. A manual vacuum job would insure all dirt and debris would be removed off of the bottom of the liner. Skimmer baskets and pump basket would be emptied for maximum water flow.

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Have a piece of broken equipment? We fix heaters, pumps, filters, etc...

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Your pool closing consists of all lines being blown out and plugged. Anti-freeze would be added where necessary as well as winterizing chemicals added to the pool. Finally, the cover would be put back on.

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If things are shorting out, rewiring would be the solution. This also includes installing new pool lights, or wiring equipment.

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Your pool opening will consist of cover removal, system being started, pool cleaned, and water chemistry balanced. Please note that the water needs about 24 - 48 hours to clear up after the system has been fired up. This is because all of the stagnant water needs to be filtered.

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Pressure Washing

Nothings worse then looking at your beautiful pool with a dirty pool deck. We power wash pool decks, walls, and boulders to make everything new again.

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If you're tired of how your filter pad looks or would like to have a new piece of equipment installed, we would plumb it in for you. We fix simple pipe leaks too.

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Heaters, pumps, filters, chlorinating systems, etc... would be installed. This includes plumbing, wiring, and gas hookup if needed.



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