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Saint George, Utah, United States
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Emerald Pool Service is locally owned and operated in St. George, Utah. Leading the pool industry our vision is high-end quality service, client communications, and reliability. Every pool is unique which is why we design a custom service to form to the needs of the pool and client.
Your pool is more than just a body of water; it's a gathering place to create memories with friends and family, a true backyard oasis. Our mission is to create the standard in quality pool service by improving the cleanliness and functionality of a pool while reaching the client's highest standard.
Emerald pool service is proud to provide you with superior customer service. We are confident in our ability to service your pool for optimal performance and lead with superior knowledge. Let us maintain your sanctuary!
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Our pool cleaning experts will ensure that your swimming pool functions properly while looking its best. We offer a wide range of swimming pool maintenance and cleaning services to fit your needs and budget. Contact Emerald Pool Service today to learn more about our pool cleaning services in St. George, Utah.
Some pool cleaning tasks include performing water chemical analysis and balancing the chemicals. We'll also skim your pool's surface for debris, leaves, and bugs. We'll monitor the levels of your pool, making adjustments as needed. We also offer a weekly swimming pool service.
Our pool experts will fix any issue before it becomes a more severe problem. We'll ensure the longevity of your pool by maintaining your equipment. Whether you need gasket replacement or a vacuum repair, we've got you covered.
We're here to help replace outdated pool equipment with the latest products. Some of the equipment we install includes pool lights, salt systems, and pool pumps.
Emerald Pool Service is a locally owned and operated company in St. George. We understand that each of our clients has unique pools and needs. We'll create a customized cleaning and maintenance that keeps your pool looking fantastic all year.
We strive to deliver a high level of customer service to our clients. Our superior knowledge and years of experience in the field ensure that you're in good hands, no matter what service you need.
Emerald Pool Service is here to help you with your pool service needs. Contact us today to learn more about our swimming pool cleaning and maintenance services.
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If you have a residential pool or spa it should be serviced on a regular weekly basis. This consists of checking and balancing pool chemicals, pool cleaning, empty baskets, monitoring water level, and maintaining equipment.
More often than not your pool may turn green because of a lack of service. Usually, your pool turns green when it has used up all of the chlorine and thereby has no way to sanitize or kill off bacteria in the pool. Algae can also grow because of high phosphate levels. Make sure to treat your pool with shock and algaecide then ensure filters are clean and equipment is working properly for your pool to circulate. If your pool is green and has a high Cyanuric Acid level, ensure to drain the pool and get fresh water in before treating the pool.
An ideal pool chemical analysis should consist of a healthy ppm level in the water. Chlorine 3 ppm. Bromine 1-2 pp. pH 7.6 ppm. Alkalinity 100-140 ppm. Cyanuric Acid 30-50 ppm. Salt level 3000-3500 ppm. Phosphates under 250 ppm. Calcium hardness 200-400 ppm.
1.) Determine the type of algae you have (Green, yellow, black) if not one of these it could be a stain in the pool plaster. 2.) Ensure your filter is cleaned or back washed. 3.) Check the pump to make sure it is fully primed and circulating the water efficiently and there is nothing blocking water circulation. 4.) Check phosphate levels in the pool, if over 500 ppm you may need a phosphate remover. 5.) Add algaecide treatment dosage for proper pool size. 6.) Perform a shock treatment on the pool to kill off the algae. 7.) Let the pool circulate for 24 hours and brush off dead algae. 8.) Repeat the process if necessary.
Are you familiar with and confident in your ability to weekly maintain and monitor all aspects of your pool? Do you have the time? Do you carry all the necessary tools, chemicals, and supplies to maintain your pool? Do you have the proper education to take care of your pool? If not, you should hire a pool company! Emerald pool service is much more than a company that shows up every week to clean your pool. We are highly educated pool professionals that care about your backyard oasis. We understand every aspect of the pool chemistry to the regular repairs that need to be incorporated in order for your pool to look and run amazing. Never worry about picking up a chemical, adjusting your pool automation, or cleaning your filters.
Most likely your pool is not circulating because of your filters. First check your filters, if you have a sand filter make sure it is back washed and rinsed. If you have a cartridge filter, make sure they are clean and under 25 psi. Next, empty your pump basket and skimmer baskets. Make sure nothing is stuck in your pool pump impeller. Make sure nothing is blocking your vacuum or circulation. Then inspect pool intake valves and unions for any air leaks. You should then be able to prime your pool pump and set the correct valve positions for optimum circulations.
There are a few types of filters. 1.) Sand filter, make sure you backwash every week if not every two weeks to clean. After roughly 10 years the sand and pea gravel needs to be replaced. 2.) This is your standard cartridge filter, these need to be cleaned every 6 months and replaced after every 2-3 filters clean with brand new filters. 3.) D.E filter, This is a grid filter with slats inside. Ensure you are backwashing once a month and any D.E product into the pool after the backwash. These filter grids need to also be cleaned every 6 months.
The time a pool pump should run is based on your pool setup and size. An average 20,000-gallon pool should be running between 12-14 hours a day in the summer months and 8-12 hours a day in the colder months. Any pool under 15,000 gallons should be run at least 10-12 hours a day in the summer months and 6-10 hours in the colder months. If you have a pool of 30,000 gallons or more I suggest running your pump a minimum of 14-18 hours a day in the summer and 10-14 hours in the cooler months. If you have a separate floor cleaner pump or basin pump, ensure that it is running in sync with the main filter pump schedule.
This is a common question and there are really two answers. 1.) Your pool will have evaporation water loss mainly in the warmer seasons, you may see up to a .5” of water loss a day and up to 3” a week. This is why it is crucial to have a working autofill or hose nearby to ensure the water level does not drop below the pool skimmer. 2.) Your pool has a leak! If your pool is losing more than 1” of water a day and you are refilling it, then you may need to look into a leak detection service.
There are a few essential chemicals you need for a chlorine pool and a salt pool. 1.) Chlorine tabs. 2.) Dichlor/ shock. 3.) Muriatic acid. 4.) Alkalinity upper/ sodium bicarbonate. 5.) Soda ash. 6.) Liquid chlorine 7.) Algaecide 8.) Phosphate remover. 9.) Salt. 10.) Clarity treatment. 11.) Stain remover 12.) Pool stabilizer.
When a pool owner neglects service of the pool via cleaning, chemicals, water, and equipment maintenance then you will most likely end up with a green pool. This happens because the pool is not sanitizing or circulating efficiently and it will grow bacteria to feed algae. The pump equipment may become damaged and the pool may also become stained. Always hire a company like Emerald Pool Service if you do not have the time, knowledge, or chemicals to service your pool.