Our certified professionals can help homeowners with any pool service in The Colony they may need, including routine maintenance and repair.
More specifically, we offer:
Cleaning a pool may not seem like a big project until you realize all of the different chemicals and components that go into maintaining a healthy pool chemistry. In addition, your pool needs to be regularly brushed, skimmed and vacuumed. Instead of laboring over your pool, let ABC take on all of the hard work.
Another major component of owning a pool is keeping the chemicals properly balanced. Chemical imbalances can lead to a variety of problems, and it can be difficult to keep your pool water safe without proper expertise. Our certified pool specialists can make all needed chemical adjustments to your pool for you and keep your chemicals at industry-recommended levels.
There are many complex components that must work together to keep your pool water healthy and clear. If one piece breaks or malfunctions, it can greatly impact the quality of your pool and can even make it unhealthy for you and your family to use your pool. When you contact ABC for pool repair services, you can feel confident that we will quickly diagnose the problem and make all needed repairs.
It’s important to have regular maintenance performed on your pool so you can catch any potential problems to avoid them turning into a large, costly headache. This is why ABC offers pool inspections and routine maintenance.
During these appointments, your specialist will come by and check your pool and hot tub’s drains, filters, ladders, skimmers and any other important components. We will also use this time to clean your pool, meaning you’ll also benefit from a brushed, skimmed, vacuumed and chemically-balanced pool so that your pool will be ready for your next swim.
We know that many homeowners in The Colony have considered or are considering a salt water pool. Because of this, our specialists are trained in the best practices for cleaning, repairing and maintaining these types of pools. Additionally, they are capable of converting your current pool to contain salt water. Even if you’re just curious about learning more, our specialists can discuss the benefits and what it takes to convert your pool to salt water. Get in touch with us and we would be happy to set up a consultation.
After our initial meeting to get a better sense of your desires and preferences, we can return to clean your pool on a routine basis while you’re out and about or while you’re at work. We may need to gather information needed to gain access to your pool while you’re away, such as gate codes.
The answer to this question will vary from customer to customer. We will base our pool cleaning schedule on a few different factors, such as:
- The time of year
- The type of pool
- How often you use your pool
We will take these factors into consideration and work with you to create a schedule that works for your needs.
Despite how alarming it can be to discover your pool water is not blue and crystal clear, but actually a greenish color, this is actually a relatively common occurrence. There are a few reasons why your pool might have turned green, including:
- Chemical imbalance
- Filter buildup
- Problems with your pool pump
Depending on the cause of the problem, our specialists can usually clear up your pool’s water by adding algaecide or sanitizers. If it is a more serious problem, we may recommend shocking your pool.
Typically, we recommend that homeowners check their pool’s pH and chemical levels at least twice a week to ensure that your pool water is safe for the people swimming in it.
Yes, we can! In addition to being familiar with all the parts and operation of swimming pools, our specialists can make sure that your hot tub is working just as it should.
After our routinely scheduled cleaning appointments, you will generally only need to wait about an hour before using your pool. So, that might give you an excuse to spend some time at Lewisville Lake or even playing a round at the Old American Golf Club, if you have a few more extra hours. However, if we do a more intensive treatment, such as shocking your pool, you may need to wait a bit longer before taking a dip. Your pool and spa specialist will be able to give you specific instructions based on the treatment provided.
Although ABC provides a variety of home services throughout Denton County and the Dallas-Fort Worth metro, our company started as a pest control company back in 1949. Thanks to the ongoing support of the community and our knowledgeable team, our family-owned and operated business has grown to include many different service lines.
Part of the reason our customers trust us is our thorough hiring process. We strive to hire the best of the best, and all job applicants are drug tested and background checked. Once specialists join our ABC team, they go through an in-house training program to learn all about pool services and our high standards for customer service. Finally, one of our values is that we treat our customers' homes as if they were our own. So you can feel comfortable having our ABC technicians on your property.