- Our Experience: ASP has the experience gained by servicing more than 250 million gallons of water each week.
- Our Qualifications: ASP uses only CPO certified technicians.
- Our Commitment: SOLUTIONS that are DEPENDABLE are the only solutions provided by ASP.
- Our Guarantee: ASP will completely satisfy all your pool needs with NO CONTRACT REQUIRED.
- Our Offer To YOU: Commitment to an ASP 12-month weekly maintenance and cleaning plan includes one month of maintenance absolutely FREE.
Pool Maintenance and Cleaning in Nashville TN
Do you want to develop a backyard where you can enjoy special activities and celebrations with your family and friends? An initial step in achieving this dream can be the installation of an ASP of Nashville swimming pool. You realize that the installation of a backyard swimming pool represents a major investment and that the time required for pool maintenance and cleaning may interfere with your goal of having more time to spend with family and friends. You worry that normal upkeep, adjusting water chemistry, and maintaining pool equipment may make it difficult for you to enjoy your pool.
All of these time-consuming tasks can be relieved from you by allowing ASP of Nashville to maintain and clean your pool.
The certified pool technicians at ASP have been trained specifically in water chemistry balancing, pool cleaning, pool equipment maintenance, routine and non-routine maintenance, and all other required maintenance activities.
Swimming Pool Maintenance in Nashville – Residential Maintenance Available
Full-service maintenance plans that have been developed around your specific pool needs are available from ASP of Nashville at affordable prices. Letting ASP of Nashville address all your pool’s needs allows you to have more time to use and enjoy your pool, along with your family and friends, because the work has already been done by ASP of Nashville’s turn-key maintenance programs.
A major component of all maintenance plans offered by ASP of Nashville includes balancing water chemistry as required. ASP of Nashville is knowledgeable in all types of pool chlorination methods and can ensure the proper operation of your pool chlorination system.
Each ASP of Nashville swimming pool service visit includes the following maintenance and cleaning tasks:
• Remove all debris.
• Brush the pool walls when required.
• Clean the skimmer basket.
• Clean the pool tiles when required.
• Service the pool sweep and cleanthe pool floor.
• Inspect all pool equipment
• Clean the hair and lint pot.
• Clean the filter medium
• Balance the water chemistry in accordance with the appropriate Health Code Standard.
ASP will respond to emergencies occurring during normal business hours on the day of occurrence. Please allow a few day’s notice when you desire the pool to be vacuumed the day of a special occasion.
All chemicals used by ASP are industrial strength, top-of-the-line. Proper maintenance needs to occur on a timely, regular basis to achieve proper pool sanitation and water clarity. ASP will inspect and determine that all pool equipment is functioning properly during each maintenance and cleaning visit. Each maintenance and cleaning visit will also include debris removal, maintenance of the water filtration system, cleaning the skimmer basket, vacuuming or Leaf-Master the bottom of the pool, backwashing the filter, cleaning the lint basket and brushing the pool tiles. When required, ASP will remove metal and phosphate buildup.
Weekly Swimming Pool Service & Cleaning
ASP specializes in and stresses the development of happy, satisfied customers who are able to use and enjoy their pool on a daily basis. ASP is dedicated to their goal of eliminating the work and stress that occurs with pool cleaning and maintenance. Seventeen years of positive customer feedback is an accomplishment of which ASP is both proud and appreciative.
Now that you have made a major investment in a backyard swimming pool you need to decide how best to protect this investment. Quality, regular, reliable, professional, and functional service is the best way to protect your swimming pool investment. ASP has a goal to protect your pool investment. This section will help you understand how to properly maintain a swimming pool. ASP has a main focus to meet your needs, and reduce the time, effort, and frustration that accompanies swimming pool maintenance. Listed below are the items that make up the ASP maintenance and cleaning schedule:
- ASP uses only industrial strength, top-of-line chemicals.
- Balance water chemistry to insure maximum sanitation and water clarity
- Inspect pool equipment for proper function.
- Remove debris.
- Clean the skimmer basket.
- When required, brush the pool tiles.
- Service the pool filtration system.
- Clean the pool bottom by either vacuuming or using a Leaf-Master.
- Backwash the pool pump and clean the lint basket.
- When required, brush the pool wall.
- When required, adjust the pool water level.
- Clean pool equipment area.
- Detail services performed and email a service report through our proprietary PoolOps® platform.
Enjoy your pool while ASP removes the worry associated with pool maintenance and cleaning. Let ASP provide the maintenance and cleaning while you enjoy your pool!
The most critical part of pool maintenance involves determining the water chemistry and balancing the chemistry as required. Critical elements of water chemistry include pH level, alkalinity, chlorine, cyanauric acid, among others. Each week, the water chemistry needs to be checked and, if necessary, be adjusted or balanced. ASP technicians have received expert training specific to water chemistry. In order to have a safe pool with an attractive appearance, water chemistry needs to be correctly balanced.
Measuring the water’s pH level allows you to determine whether your pool water is acidic, “basic,” or neutral. The pH level of your pool water may be as low as 6.6 or as high as 8.4. The desired target or neutral pH level is between 7.4 and 7.6. Lower pool water pH levels are considered to be acidic, while higher pool water pH levels are considered to be “basic.”
If the pool water has a pH level lower than 7.4, the water is considered to be acidic. Acidic water or “hungry water” attempts to raise its pH level to the neutral range by pulling elements from any available pool materials, resulting in corrosion of those materials.
If the pool water has a pH level higher than 7.6, the water is considered to be “basic.” “Basic” or “over saturated water” attempts to lower its pH level to the neutral range by depositing elements from the pool water. The buildup of scale or other harmful elements results from these deposits.
The measurement of the alkaline content of your pool water is known as total alkalinity. The total alkalinity of your pool water changes as the pH level changes. Constant, rapid fluctuations in the pool water’s pH level are an indicator of low alkaline levels. Cloudy, or otherwise undesirable water clarity, is a sign of high alkaline levels.
The amount of calcium present in the pool water is determined by the calcium hardness measurement. When the pool’s calcium hardness is low, the water seeks to raise its calcium content from any available calcium source, including pool materials. Pool tiles and the pool plaster finish can be damaged when the pool water has a high calcium hardness content. Additionally the water in pools with a high calcium hardness has poor water clarity. Balancing the calcium hardness will protect pool tiles, the pool plaster finish, and will improve water clarity.
Cleaning the Pool
A certified ASP employee will clean your pool on a weekly basis. As part of the cleaning, the ASP technician will remove debris and other unwanted materials from the pool. When required, a Leaf-Master will be used during the cleaning process. The surface area around the pool will be swept and surface debris about the pool will be removed. Surface tiles will be scrubbed to inhibit grime and algae buildup.
Proper Filtration and Water Flow
Similar to the heart in the human body, the pool pump filtration system pumps filtered water and chemicals throughout the swimming pool and throughout all the pool piping. When the pool pump filtration system is functioning properly, appearance of the water in the pool is greatly enhanced. Your ASP technician will fully inspect the pool pump filtration system to insure it is functioning at the maximum level of efficiency. The presence of algae and calcium buildup, as well as pool and equipment corrosion, is a symptom of a poorly functioning pool pump filtration system.
Consider a Salt Water System
A salt water chlorination system may provide an attractive alternative to a more traditional chlorination system. Although salt water chlorination systems are not as common as traditional chlorination systems, they provide the advantage of being “self-chlorinating.” The process involved in a salt water chlorination system causes salt to be converted automatically to chlorine and the chlorine to be converted automatically back to salt. This process repeats itself continuously and results in more stable levels of chlorine presence in the pool water. Since the conversion process from salt to chlorine and back to salt is automatic, less maintenance of the chlorination system is required. An additional benefit of a salt water chlorination system is less damage and irritation to skin, eyes, and hair.