Perks of Doing Regular Pool Maintenance

There are many factors and details to consider when it comes to pool construction in Atlanta, but once your dream pool has been installed, the work isn’t completely over. Maintenance and upkeep are essential. There are many perks when it comes to a well-maintained pool, and your pool’s appearance is only one such advantage. Caring for your pool is also a good way to ensure the longevity of a great investment. Learn more about why you should perform regular pool maintenance.

Appearance

This is the most visually obvious benefit, and it’s something many homeowners greatly appreciate. Over time, pools build up debris, become dingy, and may develop algae. No one wants to swim in a murky or dirty pool. Routine maintenance keeps your pool clean and prevents the accumulation of algae.

It’s worth noting that not all contaminants are obvious to your eyes. Algae can grow on pebbles and in cracks or crevices. One of the most common places for it to grow is on grout or between tiles. These spaces may be small and difficult to notice, but they can make ideal environments for the growth of algae. If left unchecked, it will eventually become much more noticeable. Fortunately, regular pool maintenance can prevent this before it becomes a problem.

Safety

No one can see through muddy water, but dirty or dingy water is a challenge as well. Playing in a pool is already hazardous if people aren’t cautious, but adding poor visibility only compounds the likelihood of an accident. Twigs, branches, or other debris can carry bugs, snakes, or spiders with them. It’s always wise to remove such items before they become a problem.

Personal safety is obviously important, but removing debris helps preserve the safety of your pool equipment and its structure as well. Pool filters can become clogged, and twigs might damage liners. It’s a good idea to clear away any visible materials before they pose a risk to anyone or cause damage.

Health

Bugs and other unwanted guests can be much more than simply an annoyance. They can be harmful to your health or the health of your guests. A bite or sting could trigger an allergic reaction. Dirty water may carry bacteria. In fact, contaminated water is an excellent breeding ground for germs. A well-maintained pool is safer, healthier, and much more enjoyable. A clear, crisp, clean pool is beautiful to behold and makes for endless hours of entertainment, but ongoing pool maintenance is required to keep it that way.

Longevity

As noted earlier, filters can become clogged, grout might grow dingy, and liners could be damaged, but performing regular maintenance helps you to avoid many of these issues and last longer.

As you know, a pool is a sizable investment. Pools add value to homes. Poorly maintained pools are an eyesore, and they might become an even greater expense due to the need for cleaning and repairs. While regular maintenance does demand a bit of work and attentiveness, it’s absolutely worth it. A gorgeous, safe, healthy, long-lasting pool is no accident.

When you speak with a pool builder in Atlanta, remember that the design and installation as simply the first steps. Like any other part of your home, your pool requires care and attention to continue looking and operating at its very best. Contact Hilltop Pools and Spas at 770-471-3889 if you’d like any tips or recommendations.

We have had the privilege of being awarded more than 60 Design Awards in every award category, including custom residential concrete pools, commercial concrete pools, in-ground vinyl liner pools, and major renovations. Hilltop was named one of the “Top 50 Pool Builders in the USA” by Pool and Spa News in 2013-2017. Pool builders across the United States were evaluated in several areas, including the total number of pools built, customer service, certifications, industry involvement, employee retention, as well as advertising and social media presence. Our company was also nationally recognized for customer service and social media. We were the only Georgia company on the list in 2016 and 2017!

We would consider it a privilege to design and construct your project and have you as a member of our “Hilltop Family.”