Weekly Residential Pool Maintenance
A qualified pool professional will visit your pool once per week to keep your pool clean and clear. We do all of the work, and you spend your time enjoying your pool instead of working on it.
A Smith Pool team member will make one trip per week, unless stated differently in your contract, to the referenced address to perform the following duties weather permitting:
- Clean skimmer and pump baskets.
- Check chemical balances and adjust as needed.
- Vacuum pool as needed for up to 30 minutes.
- Skim debris from water’s surface as needed.
- Brush pool interior surface as needed.
- Backwash sand filter as needed.
- Cleaning cartridge filters costs extra.
- Empty auto cleaner basket or bag if applicable.
- Chemicals are sold as a per pound or per tablet basis.
Weekly pool maintenance does not include:
- Removal of scum, oil, or mineral deposits on waterline tile or pool surface.
- Prevention of stains or removal of stains.
- Excessive vacuuming and netting. In the event the pool is unusually dirty at time of service due to landscaping problems, poor drainage, recent storms, flooding, or vandalism, additional charges may apply depending on the severity of the cleanup.
- Filling the pool with water.
- Pool openings and pool closings.
- Service calls to property for repairs not included in this contract, service call price is $99 for a weekly service customer (regular price is $149)
- Cartridge filter cleaning is available for an additional $60 (approx. 2-3 times per year or as needed)
Property Owner Responsibilities:
- Provide reasonable access to pool area and pool equipment. If applicable, we will need a key and a gate code in order to properly maintain your pool.
- Keep pool surface, structure, piping, valves, pool cleaners, and equipment in good working order.
- Keep pool and pool area free from safety hazards. Maintain gates, yard, and walkways in good working order.
- Maintain proper water level so that the pool equipment will function properly. Company does not maintain water levels.
- Contain and restrain pets. Company will not be liable for injuries to pets.
- Maintain proper landscaping and drainage around the pool area.
- Supply power, fuel, permits, water and any other necessary service to keep pool in working condition.
- Maintain code and health department compliance on issues such as fencing, gates, waste lines, and all applicable safety issues.
- Purchasing any and all permits necessary for operating a swimming pool on the property. It is the owner’s responsibility to obtain any permits and pay for any fee that may be required from municipalities as a prerequisite for operating a pool or draining a pool. The homeowner agrees to pay for any fines incurred.