Summer, believe it or not, is winding down. Though you still have weeks left to enjoy your luxury swimming pool, before too long it will be time to trade in swimsuits for sweaters and pool floats for pumpkin spice lattes. But despite all that, there is something that you should absolutely do before covering your pool up for the winter: swimming pool repair!
Too often pool owners leave what they think are little problems alone throughout the cold months, only to find that the issue has gotten much, much worse by the time they check back in with it. But a bit of routine swimming pool repair at the end of summer will ensure that you are able to reopen your pool next season without so much as a scratch! The pool maintenance and repair experts can ensure that a wide variety of problems are taken care of so that they do not worsen.
One of the most common swimming pool repair issues are torn liners. Liners can be torn due to a pet accidentally clawing it, or even just old age. No matter what the cause is, a pool liner tear is, fortunately, very simple to repair, and repairing it now means that water will not leak out of your pool in the future. Other common swimming pool repairs include cracking and chipping in concrete pools. When you are proactive about repairing these issues, it can dramatically extend the life of your pool and keep it in like-new condition for years to come.
Elite Pools will also be able to perform necessary tests on the different functions of your pool. Our team can evaluate your pool filter and pool pump to ensure that everything is running smoothly and efficiently so that you will not have to concern yourself with these issues later on. When you open your pool next summer, you want to be sure that there are no hassles waiting for you! Call Elite Pools today to set up your routine swimming pool repair appointment.
To get started with Elite Pools for either luxury pool maintenance or installation, call us today at 1-800-277-0254, or visit our contact page.
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