At Canberra Pool Cleaning, our main priority first and foremost is always keeping your swimming pool installation in its optimal condition – and while we’re more than happy to provide pool care services such as pool cleaning and maintenance, it might be the case that you’d prefer to have instruction on how to handle such things for yourself. The pool education service that we provide is intended to make sure you can keep your pool installation up to the necessary standards without regular intervention from a specialist – though of course, it’s still sensible to have a professional pool cleaning company visit your property every so often. Read on below to get a taste for how we can help instruct you going forward.
So many people own pools across the Canberra, ACT area, but so few have actually looked into how they need to take care of them. Pools require regular and frequent maintenance if they’re going to maintain the proper pH level without imbalance. Our treatment specialists will instruct you on how to care for your pool on a daily, weekly, monthly, and even yearly basis – so that you feel total confidence in handling things. While it goes without saying that professional intervention is sometimes necessary, you can do much of the work on your own if you’ve been properly instructed.
So much of properly caring for certain items comes down to using the right tools and materials – there’s no point knowing all there is to know about pool care if you’re not able to carry out those processes because you have inadequate materials. Well, if you’ve been wondering ‘where to buy pool cleaning supplies?’, then we’ve got the answer – Canberra Pool Cleaning. We have access to really affordable but high quality cleaning materials, as well as pool cleaning equipment, and our pool education team can teach you how to use these instruments to achieve a first class finish.
Return on Investment
One of the greatest benefits that you’ll get when you invest in our pool education service is that you’ll receive a wonderful return on investment. While obviously you’ll need to pay an upfront cost for this service, ensuring that you have the necessary educationto do things properly, you’ll have to pay for professional intervention much less often. This is certainly going to save you money over the course of your ownership – and any money that you can save can be spent elsewhere, so this is certainly a worthwhile benefit.
Perhaps even more valuable than the money that you’ll save because of this service is the amount of time you’ll get too. So many people with pools need to schedule appointments with professional services, ensuring that their pool is properly cared for. When you make these appointments, you need to be in the property for the duration of the maintenance or cleaning, but you’ll have no such needs if you can do these procedures on your own. You’ll have greater flexibility in how you use your time going forward, and that’s no small benefit considering just how rushed most people are these days.
Common topics covered...
Types of swimming pools
Customised care routine for your pool
How to maintain an above ground pool
How to look after your swimming pool
How often should a pool be cleaned?
Chemical PH balance for swimming pools
DIY pool cleaning
Pool maintenance options
Robot pool cleaners
Your pool and the climate