Pool maintenance made easier

06-Jun-2013

A pool that is not adequately maintained not only affects water quality but it also affects the operation and efficiency of the pool pump and filter. 

This is particularly important as pool pumps can be the biggest user of electricity in a home and an inefficient pool pump and filter could cost you dearly in restoring pool chemical balances and cleaning costs during and at the end of a tenancy.

To ensure that your pool is maintained to peak performance we suggest that you engage a swimming pool specialist to provide a daily use checklist for your tenant setting out chemical use, how much chlorine to be added (particularly during peak use times) and even an onsite meeting at the commencement of the tenancy so that the tenant can be shown how to properly care for the pool. 

Regular inspections by the contractor during the tenancy can head off future pool maintenance problems.