Pool Service Polk City, FL-  Central Florida Pool Service specializes in swimming pool cleaning and repairs in Polk City, FL.  In addition to providing pool services in Mulberry, we also proudly serve the Lakeland, Bartow and Winter Haven areas of Polk County, FL. A swimming pool is a commitment as it requires correct cleaning, maintenance, and servicing.  Should the pool cleaning be neglected, major pool problems will result…quick.  A homeowner may buy pool service kits and pool test kits , however this does not take the place of a pool cleaning service professional.

Refer a FriendRefer a friend to us for pool service Polk City and be rewarded if you are a current customer! We know there is no better advertisement for pool service than the word of our satisfied, long-term customers whom we have developed a relationship with. We are a family-owned business where our customers are not a number! We are certain to have a pool cleaning plan to suit your needs. Not interested in pool cleaning? We also have pool chemical service plans available for less than the price of a cable bill!  Does your pool look like a pond?  We can help with that too!

Why Choose Central Florida Pool Service?

  • Experience – Nearly 20 years experience in pool service Polk City
  • Flexibility – We offer pool cleaning plans that work for you
  • Family Owned – We are not a pool service “chain”, therefore you are not a “number”

We are licensed and insured for your protection.  Central Florida Pool Service offers different swimming pool cleaning plans to choose from so that we may meet and exceed your pool service needs.  Swimming pool maintenance service, equipment repairs, vinyl liner replacement and pool remodeling are just some of the services we offer in Polk City.  Central Florida Pool Service is licensed and insured for your protection.  Swimming pool service and pool cleaning is our specialty! Central Florida Pool Service cleans and maintains hundreds of swimming pools in and around the Polk City area every week. So our pool technicians form the most experienced team available in Polk City.  Call us today to find out why we provide Polk City swimming pool service to thousands of your friends and neighbors!

Who said nothing is free?  Check out our pool service blog. Here we offer tips and advice on everything from pool cleaning to different challenges encountered while providing pool service. For instance, do you know what the common culprits are for your pool pump not priming?  Read how the leaves dropping from trees can give you a headache if not quickly removed.

Summer is fast approaching and the climbing temperatures will affect your pool chemistry. Don’t spend your weekends doing pool service Polk City. Call a professional pool service that specializes in pool cleaning.  Central Florida Pool Service pool cleaning plans include the cost of pool chemicals. Each pool service we offer is unique to your pool and your preference. Other pool service companies offer a “one size fits all” approach to pool cleaning services. We have found that by offering pool service tailored to our customers situation has grown our pool service.

Call (863) 853-2317 for pool service Polk City
We provide pool service throughout the Polk County area. One phone call is all it takes for a free estimate for pool cleaning and come up with a plan specific to your pool service needs.  We recognize that all of our customers and their pools have different pool service needs. We offer pool cleaning, pool chemical service, green pool clean-ups, and vacation service. Our company is built on providing quality pool service at competitive rates.

You will be happy you chose Central Florida Pool Service for all of your pool service needs. We will be honored you have entrusted us to maintain you backyard investment.

Pool Facts:

* If you don’t maintain your swimming pool properly you can cut the lifespan of the pool and equipment in half! Proper pool service is essential for your pool surface. For less than your cable bill, Central Florida Pool Service will come out weekly to maintain your pools chemistry. This price includes the cost of swimming pool chemicals. This is very cheap considering that alternative, which is pool surface staining and etching, cloudy water, pool equipment malfunction, etc.

* Central Florida Pool Service offers a pol chemical service in lieu of a full service cleaning for those customers who do not want the hassle of hauling, storing, and administering pool chemicals. Usually for less the price of your cable bill we will be at your home every week and maintain not only your pool chemicals, but your pool filter and baskets.

*What are you paying for by having a pool cleaning service regularly maintain your pool? Our full-service cleaning plans consist of brushing the pool, vacuuming the pool as needed, cleaning all skimmer and pump baskets, maintaining your filter and pool chemicals. Unlike our pool service competitors, there is no extra charge for the pool chemicals. In addition, although we can’t guarantee a specific day for pool cleaning (due to the weather), you can rest easy knowing that your pool cleaning technician will be dependable.

*Do variable speed pool pumps really save you money on electricity? Yes they do! These pumps are proven to do so, and so much so the Department of Energy is mandating these pumps. By the year 2021 single speed pumps over 0.5 horsepower will be banned from sales.

* After testing and adjusting the alkalinity and pH in your pool, you should test the calcium hardness. This is the measure of how hard or how soft your pool water is. The recommended range is 150-400ppm and is water temperature dependant. High levels can result in cloudy water and scale, thus ruining the surface of your pool. The best way to combat high levels is through the use of a sequestering agent.

* Are you having a hard time keeping a chlorine reading in your pool? If your pool has been getting a lot of use and you have a salt system, check your stabilizer level. Stabilizer, also known as cyanuric acid, leaves with physical water loss. Chlorine tablets, a normal pool maintenance item in non-salt pools, contain this stabilizer thus resulting in you not normally having to add it manually. Without the stabilizer the suns ultraviolet rays destroy the chlorine rather quickly. Too much stabilizer is not a good thing for your swimming pool, as the effectiveness of the sanitizer is greatly diminished. This means your pool will likely have regular algae blooms and you will be calling Central Florida Pool Service for help!

* Is your swimming pool pump not priming? Hold on…it could be your filter. Have you cleaned it lately? When your pool filter pressure rises 10psi since your last cleaning it is due. If you have a cartridge filter, the cartridge must be replaced periodically. The frequency will depend on how well you maintain the cartridge. Replacing the filter element too often doesn’t help you, as the dirtier the cartridge gets the more it will trap thus resulting in crystal clear water. As you can see, there is a fine line in proper pool maintenance and pool cleaning. For less than the price of a cable bill, we will guarantee you wont have to deal with pool cleaning. Call the professionals at Central Florida Pool Service for all of your backyard investment needs.

* Periodically cleaning your salt cell is a must. Minerals and calcium will build up on the plates of the cell, thus eventually interfering with the operation of the salt system. The primary reason for this mineral build-up is hard water. Chemically cleaning the cell is typically recommended, as it is a more thorough cleaning. Most salt system manufacturers have a stand for the cell that can be used to aid in chemically cleaning the unit. The chemical typically used is muriatic acid, the same acid used to adjust your pool PH level. Always wear proper personal protective equipment when handling pool chemicals. Muriatic acid is extremely corrosive.

* In addition to keeping your pool clean, vacuuming the surface of your pool will also decrease the frequency of adding santizer to the pool. Your sanitizer (chlorine) attacks the foreign material in your pool, thus keeping your pool from going green with algae. Central Florida Pool Service vacuums your pool as part of its routine pool cleaning plans. Since keeping debris out of your swimming pool is so important for the health of bathers, Central Florida Pool Service takes into consideration your pools specific setting when quoting a price for pool cleaning. For instance, if your pool is located under an oak tree and you have no screen enclosure, your cleaning fee will not likely be the same as someone with no treee and a screen enclosure.

* Unfortunately, just before spring flowers comes pollen which makes a mess of your pool. Before beginning pool cleaning of the pollen, make sure it is indeed pollen and not mustard algae. This can be identified by recognizing that mustard algae will typically form on the sides and bottom of pool, and the pollen will be floating on top. Sometimes, the floating pollen may be too small for your filtration equipment. Simply add some aluminum sulfate to the pool water, as this will bind with the pollen causing it to clump and be filtered out. Pollen adds to the pool maintenance and pool cleaning if your pool, Central Florida Pool Service is here to help if you need us.

* Swimming pool leaks usually don’t reveal themselves until fall/winter, as we usually get a break from the rainfall during that time. Not to discount a possible leak, but swimming pool owners need to keep in mind that during the dry season it is not uncommon for your pool to lose 1/4″ of water per day to evaporation. If you have a water feature (waterfall, etc.) this might add to that number. If you have a significant leak, one clue would be a drop in your stabilizer level. This chemical retains a chlorine level in your pool and only goes down with physical water loss. A low stabilizer level will explain a consistent minimal chlorine reading and recurring algae infestation in the pool. Call Central Florida Pool Service for help!

* During the cold season you may purchase a heater for your swimming pool. This may be the most expensive piece of pool equipment installed. The most important factor that will determine the life of the heater is how you maintain your pool chemicals. Inproperly balanced pool water will corrode the internal piping of the pool heater in one season if bad enough. Among other things, this will likely void your manufacture warranty. An advantage to hiring a professional pool service is record keeping of these chemical levels.

* Central Florida Pool Service was founded over 16 years ago and has been a family business specializing in pool service, cleaning and maintenance since the beginning. Our commitment to our pool service customers and the resulting reputation has kept us thriving. If you are satisfied with our pool service, we ask that you tell your friends. If for some reason you are not happy, we only ask that you tell us and give us an opportunity to make it right.

* Have you noticed since we have been getting colder weather that you are using less pool chemicals? Temperature has an effect on chlorine consumption. Most bacteria thrive in warmer water that exists in the summer time. The free chlorine in your swimming pool is used up more quickly trying to kill this bacteria. Generally speaking, free chlorine is dramatically effected when water temperatures rise above 80 degrees. This is why spas are very closely regulated for health reasons and another reason to choose a professional pool service!

* Being that it is hurricane season and we have received many calls for pool service and pool cleaning, a quick word of caution: If your swimming pool has sustained a large amount of debris, please consider the services of a professional pool service. We have the proper equipment to extract this debris not utilizing your pump equipment and underground piping. Large clumps of debris stand a good chance of clogging your underground pipes and pump basket/impeller. Left too long this will likely damage your pool equipment by causing an overheat situation. Additionally, organic material resting on the pool surface will likely create stains thus possibly creating the need for pool resurfacing or stain treatment. Call a professional pool service today!

* So you want a pool service but you don’t know how much it costs? This question is mostly answered by knowing the size of the pool and how large it is. Another factor that can’t go ignored is the swimming pool current condition. For example if your pool has been neglected and infested with algae, extra charges would be incurred to bring the pool to satisfactory level. Many times pool service neglect will take its toll on the pools surface. Sometimes this may be corrected with stain treatments. Finally, the debris load (nearby trees) play a role in pool service costs. Time is money, if the swimming pool technician is raking leaves out of your pool for 30 minutes before completing other pool cleaining tasks he or she must still be compensated.

* One test often forgotten about when testing your swimming pool water is calcium hardness. By not maintaining this, your pool water can end up becoming corrosive or end up scaling the pool surface. You should check the calcium hardness any time you add pool chemicals or add or drain water. Maintaining the calcium hardness is very similar to maintaining the other pool chemicals. You can test the calcium hardness less frequently than chlorine and pH, as its level typically does not drastically change. The recommended range is 150-400ppm and is water temperature dependent. High levels can result in cloudy water and scale, thus ruining the surface of your pool. The best way to combat high levels is through the use of a sequestering agent.

* Are you having a hard time keeping a chlorine reading in your pool? If your pool has been getting a lot of use and you have a salt system, check your stabilizer level. Stabilizer, also known as cyanuric acid, leaves with physical water loss. Chlorine tablets, a normal pool maintenance item in non-salt pools, contain this stabilizer thus resulting in you not normally having to add it manually. Without the stabilizer the suns ultraviolet rays destroy the chlorine rather quickly. Too much stabilizer is not a good thing for your swimming pool, as the effectiveness of the sanitizer is greatly diminished. This means your pool will likely have regular algae blooms and you will be calling Central Florida Pool Service for help!

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