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Pool Cleaning

At Coastal Pools, we believe that maintaining a clean and safe swimming environment is paramount for your continued enjoyment. Our pool cleaning services extend beyond pool renovation to ensure your family’s safety and comfort. With our efficient and thorough cleaning practices, we guarantee the cleanest water possible, so you can dive into a refreshing and inviting pool.


  1. Preventing Health Risks: Regular pool cleaning is crucial for preventing the accumulation of harmful bacteria and algae. These contaminants can lead to health issues if left unchecked, ensuring a safe swimming environment for you and your loved ones.
  2. Prolonging Equipment Life: Clean pools translate to efficient filtration systems. By preventing clogs and damage, regular cleaning helps extend the lifespan of your pool equipment, including filters and pumps, saving you from costly repairs.
  3. Enhanced Aesthetics: A clean pool not only functions better but also looks better. By removing leaves, bugs, and debris, your pool’s aesthetic appeal is heightened, contributing to a more enjoyable swimming experience.

Importance of Proper Water Balancing:

  1. Corrosion Prevention: Proper water balancing, involving maintaining optimal levels of chemicals like chlorine, pH, total alkalinity, and calcium hardness, safeguards against corrosion of pool equipment and surfaces.
  2. Effective Sanitization: Balanced water supports the effectiveness of sanitizers, keeping your pool safe and hygienic for swimmers.
  3. Comfort for Swimmers: Balanced water is gentle on swimmers’ skin and eyes, providing a comfortable and enjoyable swimming experience.

Indicators for Professional Pool Cleaning:

  1. Persistent Water Issues: If your pool water remains cloudy or discolored despite regular cleaning and chemical balancing, it’s time to call in professionals to address underlying issues.
  2. Algae Growth: The presence of algae is a sign of inadequate cleaning and chemical treatment. Professional intervention is necessary to eliminate algae and prevent its recurrence.
  3. Swimmer Health Issues: Recurring health problems among swimmers, such as ear infections or skin rashes, indicate water quality problems that require expert attention.
  4. Equipment Malfunction: If your pool equipment starts malfunctioning or shows signs of wear and tear, professionals can diagnose and address the problem correctly to ensure optimal performance.

Why Choose Coastal Pools for Cleaning:

  • Expertise: Our skilled technicians are well-versed in effective pool cleaning techniques and water balancing practices.
  • Comprehensive Solutions: We offer a complete range of cleaning services, from eliminating contaminants to ensuring proper water chemistry.
  • Safety Focus: We prioritize the health and safety of swimmers by maintaining pristine water quality.
  • Equipment Care: Our cleaning practices extend the life of your pool equipment, saving you from costly replacements.

Reliable Results: Coastal Pools is committed to delivering consistent and reliable cleaning outcomes, ensuring your pool remains a source of enjoyment.

Schedule Your Pool Cleaning Today

Whenever you need to have your pool cleaned by professionals, we’ll only be a phone call away. The Coastal Pools team is dedicated to providing exceptional results no matter which service we provide, meaning that you can have peace of mind knowing that your swimming pool will be in good hands.

For additional information and to schedule your pool cleaning, contact us today.

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Your pool should ideally be cleaned on a weekly basis to maintain a healthy and inviting swimming environment. Regular cleaning helps to remove debris, keep the water crystal clear, and prevent the build-up of bacteria and algae. Besides weekly cleaning, it’s also important to routinely check the pool chemistry, typically every week in the summer and at least once a month in the winter.

The cost to maintain and clean a pool can vary depending on the size of the pool, its location, the type of pool, and the level of usage. While there are recurring costs for chemicals, equipment maintenance, and potentially professional cleaning services, these expenses can be viewed as an investment in the longevity and usability of your pool. With regular upkeep, potential problems can be detected early, preventing costly repairs in the future.

If the pH level in your pool is too high, it can cause several problems. High pH levels can lead to reduced effectiveness of chlorine, meaning your pool may not be adequately sanitized. It can also result in cloudiness of the water and scale formation on the pool surfaces and equipment. Moreover, swimming in water with high pH can cause skin and eye irritation.

Typically, a pool should be shocked once a week during peak swimming season or when the pool is being used heavily. In off-peak times or when the pool isn’t used much, shocking it every other week or once a month can be sufficient. However, it’s essential to shock your pool whenever you notice signs of algae or other water quality issues.

Overshocking your pool, or adding an excessive amount of pool shock, can lead to several issues. High chlorine levels can bleach your pool liner, causing it to become brittle and crack over time. It may also result in cloudy pool water and can cause irritation to the skin and eyes. Overshocking may even disrupt the water chemistry balance, making it harder to manage the pool.

The ideal pH level for a swimming pool is typically between 7.2 and 7.8. This range ensures that the pool is neither too acidic nor too alkaline, both of which can cause various issues. When pH is maintained in this range, the pool’s sanitizer works effectively, scale build-up is minimized, and the water is comfortable for swimmers.

Baking soda, or sodium bicarbonate, can help clear a green pool in some instances, but it’s not a standalone solution. Baking soda raises the pH and alkalinity of the water, which can assist in maintaining clear water. However, if your pool is green due to algae growth, simply adding baking soda will not kill the algae.