Pool Maintenance

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Look to us for complete swimming pool maintenance of all Commercial & Residential pools, spas and fountains.


“Pools are like people…you have to get to know them”

Pool Rangers takes our work very personally. We take the time to get to know your swimming pool because like people, every pool is different. At Pool Rangers, we don’t have properties, we have customers – and we care about our customers so when they’re happy, we’re happy. Our goal is to give you one less thing to worry about – we solve all your swimming pool problems – so you don’t have to. At Pool Rangers we let the quality of your swimming pool water speak for itself.

Our complete swimming pool maintenance service includes:

  • Vacuum pool
  • Balance all chemicals – Chlorine, PH, Alkalinity, Calcium, Stabilizer, Phosphates – (pool chemicals work together to keep your water clear. Maintaining all of them is important.)
  • Brush pool walls, steps & floor as needed
  • Backwash D.E. & Sand filters. Clean cartridge filters – (Filtration is the most important aspect in keeping your water crystal clear)
  • Clean out all skimmer & pump baskets
  • Scrub & clean tile as needed
  • Check & clean salt generator cell as needed
  • Refill chlorinator tablets
  • Inspect & troubleshoot system operation
  • Leak detection – (adding fresh water depletes your pools chemicals)

Something to think about…

Service technicians who have had long experience with pools are acutely aware of the damage that water can cause when in contact with concrete grouting, marsite, and metals (e.g., steel, copper). Water can either corrode such surfaces or deposit a white film or crusty, coarse substances called scale. Water that corrodes and/or is scale forming is called unbalanced water while water that causes no damage is balanced. Corrosive water is “aggressive” and attempts to dissolve concrete and metals, pitting concrete and destroying steel filters and copper heat exchangers. A tell-tale sign of corrosive water is staining, which is the deposit on the pool’s surface of colored metal salts of iron (brown) or copper (blue/green/grey/black). Scaling water does the opposite – it attempts to deposit or precipitate calcium carbonate out of solution, causing a white film or rough, unsightly deposits on pool surfaces, and possibly plugging the filter and circulation piping. Water that is balanced exhibits none of these damaging properties.swimming pool maintenance

The obvious goal is to keep pool water in balance to avoid unnecessary and costly repairs. Such a task is accomplished by controlling the factors or parameters that determine water balance: pH, calcium hardness, total alkalinity, temperature, and total dissolved solids (TDS). In general, temperature and TDS have a minor influence on water balance.

Learn more about the various chemicals involved in your water chemistry:
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Need to calculate chemical values for your pool? Use our calculators:

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