*All Clean Living Pool and Spa Service packages have an annual “Spring Chemical” fee of $45 per year. This fee is paid upon the initial start up and every May thereafter.
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Because of the hard water in Vegas, white calcium begins to build upon your tile. The calcium creates an ugly crusty line all along the tile line of your pool. Oftentimes people have the misconception that their pool isn't being taken care of properly when this calcium line appears. The truth of the matter is, there isn't anything you can do to prevent it! We often tell people that they can minimize the build-up by simply rubbing it with a pumice stone or a razor blade, but even that won't make it disappear. In order to have the calcium removed, we must use special equipment to bead blast it off. This is an incredibly laborious job and can take our technicians 4-6 hours to remove.
When your water is “old”, it stops functioning properly, making it hard for your chemicals to work effectively and eventually causing them to stop working altogether. When this happens, you will begin to see both green and yellow algae start to grow on the walls and steps. To determine if your pool water is old and no longer functioning correctly, we test the "Total Dissolved Solids". The results should be no more than 2500 TDS. In Las Vegas, it is common for most pools to be drained and washed every 2-3 years.
Let Clean Living Pool and Spa chemically clean your filters. By chemically cleaning them it helps them stay cleaner and prolong the life of your filters. We recommend that your filters be cleaned quarterly.
There really is no fast way to clean a green pool. It will require several steps and some elbow grease on your part. If you have at least 36 hours’ notice before your guests arrive, you have time to transform that green swamp into a pristine, clear oasis that is safe and welcoming. Here is how: