Daily Swimming Pool Maintenance

Pristine Pools understands the importance of proper water balance and its effects on the equipment and the pool surface.  It is much easier to prevent a problem than it is to fix one.  It is also extremely important that all pools are kept in proper balance to maintain a safe, clean and comfortable pool.  Poor water balance problems are the #1 reason for commercial pool closure.  Pristine Pools will perform a vigorous ten point water test at every maintenance visit and balance the chemicals as needed to prevent any problems or closure. Pristine Pools maintenance program includes the submission of weekly State required water samples.  

Ten Point Water Testing

  • Free available chlorine
  • Combined available chlorine
  • Total available chlorine
  • Bromine (if applicable)
  • pH
  • Total alkalinity
  • Cynauric acid
  • Calcium hardness
  • Copper
  • Iron

When it comes to commercial swimming pool maintenance, Pristine Pools offers a complete maintenance program to conform to your property needs.  Our programs are developed with a simple goal in mind, to keep your swimming pool safe and clean. Let us take care of everything.  Pristine Pools will perform the following as needed at every visit:

Pool Cleaning

  • Skim pool surface
  • Vacuum pool
  • Brush walls
  • Clean tiles
  • Adjust water level

Pump Room Duties

  • Empty lint trap basket
  • Backwash
  • Check gauges
  • Fill chemical feeders
  • Record all readings

Deck Care

  • Empty skimmer baskets
  • Blow perimeter of the deck
  • Arrange all furniture
  • Remove trash from waste containers
  • Control weeds and pests inside pool enclosure
  • Inspect deck equipment for State compliance
  • Inspect Emergency Phone weekly to ensure proper operation
  • Inspect safety equipment and pool entrance gates for proper operation

State Compliance

  • Provide trained staff to be available to meet with State officials at anytime during pool operational hours
  • Ensure the pool and pool enclosure is in full compliance of State rules and regulations
  • Maintain accurate onsite Health Department required records
  • Maintain documented onsite incident reports
  • Submit weekly State required water samples
  • Submit monthly State required forms at the end of each month