Pool Openings

The days are getting longer, the birds are singing and your backyard is beginning to look green again. It’s time to open your pool and you are wondering how much time it will take you to clean up the winter debris and what chemicals you will need to make your water clear and inviting.

You are hoping your pool equipment is all operating efficiently after the winter break so you can have an easy transition to pool season. Maybe you are a new pool owner who just doesn’t know where to start! Let ReedPool help!

Here’s what we do, so you don’t have to!

  • Drain, remove, clean and prepare winter cover for storage
  • Drain a​nd clean water bags if required
  • Re-assemble filtration equipment
  • Re-install deck equipment (ladders, steps, diving board)
  • Clean scum line and coping
  • Test water and add shock treatment and chems specific to your pool’s needs
  • Test run system to ensure all equipment functioning properly (*Startup only if water is at optimum level)

Pool Closings

The weather is cooler now and the leaves are falling. Pool season it almost at an end, and it is time to think about closing your pool. Let the pool professionals at ReedPool help!

When a pool is not properly winterized, any water left in the equipment and/or pipes will freeze up and expand, causing cracks in your equipment, pipes and decking which will mean a slow and expensive start-up in the spring.

Here’s how we can help you ensure a safe and effective pool closing:

  • Remove water to below jets
  • Remove solar cover if required
  • Remove deck equipment (ladders, steps, diving board)
  • Blow out lines and equipment
  • Disassemble filtration equipment
  • Add shock treatment and balance water to winter levels
  • Install winter cover

Let the Pool Leak Experts Handle Your Plumbing Problems

With more than 30 years of experience, ReedPool will accurately and quickly identify the problem and fix the leak so you can get back to enjoying your pool.