PHTA CPO License #435462
Jared brings more than 20 years of service based business management experience with him and has spent the last 7 years learning all the finite details of the pool service industry. Thanks to the incredible support of family, he has built a thriving pool business based around the values below.
Melissa joined the business in 2019 part-time and came on full-time in 2020. She brings an extensive background in marketing and her skills have already been extremely useful in creating new lines of communication with our customers, automating our administrative processes, and creating brand messages.
Frequently asked questions
How much does it cost?The price of Weekly Pool Service is dependant on several factors; the size of the pool, the depth of the pool, the environment the pool is in, the chemical composition of the pool, the equipment installed with the pool, the condition of said equipment, and more. To give you the best rate and adequately evaluate the pool, we have to see it prior to giving a price quote.
What is included in my Weekly Service?Maintenance on every aspect of the pool including: Chemical Balance Filter Cleaning Cartridge Filter Replacement Vacuum Brush Skim Surface Debris Stain Treatments
Why does having a licensed technician matter?Certified Pool Operator (CPO) certification is required by the State of Florida to operate a swimming pool or hot tub/spa service company. The CPO certification provides training in water chemistry, mechanical operations, filtration, pool safety, hot tubs/spas, etc. (For specifics, see the complete outline below.) The CPO certification is valid for 5 years. The Certified Pool Operator (CPO) course covers the following topics: 1. Pool & Spa Management 2. Regulations & Guidelines 3. Essential Calculations 4. Water Contamination 5. Disinfection 6. Water Balance 7. Pool & Spa Problems 8. Chemical Testing 9. Chemical Feed & Control 10. Water Circulation 11. Filtration 12. Air & Heat Circulation 13. Spa & Therapy Operations 14. Facility Safety 15. Record Keeping 16. Maintenance Systems 17. Troubleshooting 18. Facility Renovations & Design If you have specific topics of interest not listed here, please contact us.
What are the optimal chemical ranges for water balance?According to the natinally recognized Pool & Hot Tub Alliance, these are the ideal levels for pool chemistry, or the most acceptable range for proper pool water chemistry. These are the average ideal ranges, however there are times when it can be desirable or necessary to operate outside of one or more of these ranges. pH – 7.2 to 7.8 Total Alkalinity – 80 to 120 ppm Calcium Hardness – 180 to 220 ppm Cyanuric Acid – 20 to 50 ppm Free Chlorine – 1.0 to 4.0 ppm