pool service Fern Park, Fl

Fern Park, Fl. Pool Service

407-701-2380 or Email

A pool or a spa is one of the largest investments in your home. That is why safeguarding your investment is important. Do not leave it to the inexperienced or unqualified pool person to upkeep your pool. Whether you are an existing customer or somebody looking into pool/spa service, know that Sunside's Pool Service is reliable, dependable, and professional. Please don’t hesitate to call Steve at 407-701-2380 if you have any questions.

SunsidePool Supply offers professional pool services and Pressure washing in Fern Park, Fl to meet all of your families pool and spa care needs. If you take care of your own pool, We offer pool chemical delivery services. Our goal is to provide affordable, quality service that will keep your pool clean and safe for your family year round with 100% customer satisfaction.

Weekly Services Include:
  • Brushing the sides of the pool
  • Cleaning the pool
  • Inspecting all pool equipment
  • Emptying pump basket
  • Emptying skimmer basket
  • Testing and balancing chemicals
Additional Annual Fees:
  • Pressure Washing
  • Clean and inspect filter $75.00
  • 50 lb. bucket of 3-inch chlorine tablets $120.00
  • Pump Repair
  • Light Replacement
  • Air Blower Repair
Pool Service Fern Park, Fl
Pool Care Tips
If you are interested in taking excellent care of your pool on your own in Fern Park, I have outlined a detailed cleaning procedure below. By following these simple steps, your pool will remain in tip-top shape the entire swimming season!

Pool Cleaning Procedure

  1. Skim the Surface
    Use a surface skimmer or leaf skimmer to collect all floating debris, such as insects, grass clippings and leaves. Remove all leaves and large debris from the bottom of the pool with a leaf bagger or leaf rake.

  2. Clean the Tile or Vinyl Sides
    Scrub the tile or vinyl sides above the water line with a liquid or powdered tile cleaner and a brush.

  3. Brush the Pool
    Spending 10 to 15 minutes twice a week brushing the pool walls and bottom actually saves time by making the weekly pool cleaning less extensive. A nylon-bristled brush may be used on all pool surfaces.

    Shut off the surface skimmer to provide maximum suction at the main drain. Start at the shallow end and work towards the main drain. Using a nylon-bristled brush, slowly brush the pool walls. Brush strokes should be slow and smooth and should overlap. Brush from the tile line down, always working toward the main drain.

  4. Check the Skimmer and Pump Strainer Baskets
    Check the pool surface skimmer and the pump strainer baskets weekly (daily or more in windy conditions). This will ensure proper filtration and efficient suction for brushing and vacuuming. Failure to clean baskets will result in their damage and possible damage to the pump.

  5. Vacuum the Pool
    The pool should be vacuumed at least once a week and even more often during windy conditions. When vacuuming, use slow, overlapping strokes. An automatic pool cleaner makes this easy.

  6. Clean the Filter
    As a general rule, the filter should be cleaned (backwashed for sand or D.E. filters, cleaned for cartridge filters) when the filter pressure gauge indicates a rise of 8 to 10 pounds above the starting pressure.

  7. Call Sunside Pool Supply for all your swimming pool needs in Fern Park, Fl


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