What is included with our pool service?
SoCal Pool Guys, Mentone Pool Service, offers custom pool support to fit every pool owners wants separately. A few of the services contained in our swimming pool support include water testing and analysis, equilibrium pool water, skim or net surface, brush walls and measures, vacuum, wash pump basket, clean out skimmer basket(s) brush and clean tile, check flow and filter standing, fill chlorinator or floater, inspect pool gear, seasonal programing and more.
We offer three great pool service plans:
Weekly Pool Service
Our most popular service is the Complete Pool Service bundle includes weekly visits. Our routine visits comprise the following: Water testing and analysis, equilibrium pool water, skim or net surface, brush walls and measures, vacuum pool floor, wash toaster basket, clean out skimmer basket(s) brush and clean tile, check filter and flow standing fill chlorinator or floater, inspect pool gear, seasonal programing and more. And we do those small things like near the gate behind uswe don’t let your dogs out and we depart a service card every week detailing our findings. No more wondering if your swimming pool man showed up or not.
SoCal Pool Guys, Mentone Pool Service, offers weekly Chemical Just Pool Service which is great when you have small children at home but don’t feel comfortable storing harmful chemicals like acid and chlorine, however you are the energetic type that has free time, ability and desire to brush, skim, empty baskets, clean your filter and vacuum your pool. We can team up together and perform the water testing, analysis and balance the pool water to keep it safe.
SoCal Pool Guys, Mentone Pool Service, company also offers a Customized Pool Service Package. Your swimming pool may require two visits per week or perhaps your swimming pool has some innovative or highly technical prerequisites.
Have you got enough salt in your swimming pool? Do you understand what the salinity level is on your pool? Have you got a lot of calcium buildup on your tile? How can you know your salt process is even working?