After your pool has been

Pool maintenance Schedule

The information stated within this document is for reference only, and is not intended to be used as a basis for exact pool and pool water maintenance. Please contact a pool water specialist in your area for exact maintenance requirements and to set up a schedule for your specific pool.

Opening Your Pool

Remove, clean and store the pool cover

Thoroughly clean and vacuum the pool

Add water to the desired height at the prescribed rate of 1” (25mm) per hour

Test water balance, pH, Calcium Hardness and Total Alkalinity levels

Inspect electrical service, filters, skimmers, drains, ladders, diving boards, plugs, gauges, and other important components of the system

Lubricate fittings, valves, o-rings, and plugs

Inspect tile and grout installations, and clean tiles and skimmer with cleanser

Take a sample of pool water to a pool water expert for analysis

Clean and inspect pool deck

Skim pool water surface and vacuum pool bottom

Backwash filter if necessary

Shock pool water to breakpoint levels

Adopt a routine maintenance program for the season

Add algaecide as required

Pool Maintenance 2-3 times a week:

Empty skimmer and pump basket (may require more frequent cleaning)

Vacuum the pool two to three times a week. Brush the sides and bottom of your pool, even if you have an automatic pool cleaner as this will loosen dirt and other particles that may adhere to pool finish.

Weekly Pool Maintenance:

Remove any large accumulation of debris on the bottom with a leaf scoop.

Feed the pool with chlorine or other sanitizer to satisfy its requirements either manually or automatically.

Check that the water level is high enough for the pump to operate correctly.

Test and adjust sanitizer level (may require more frequent testing depending upon bather load and environmental conditions)

Visually inspect pool water for clarity, color and visible contaminants

Remove floating leaves

Test and adjust pH (may require more frequent testing depending upon bather load and environmental conditions)

Source: www.swimmingpool.com
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