Here is What Sunrise Pool Will Do
- Spruce Up Surrounding Area Near Pool
- Clean The Mess Off Pool Cover
- Remove The Winter Pool Cover
- Clean The Winter Cover For Storage
- Remove Plugs
- Check Filter and Pump
- Check Underwater Light Fixture
- Check For Cracks In the Pool
- Reinstall Equipment
Spruce Up the Surrounding Area
Sunrise Pool will clean up leaves and debris.
Clean The Mess Off Pool Cover
Sunrise Pool will siphon any water from the cover before removing.
Remove the Winter Pool Cover
Sunrise Pool will remove the cover from the pool in a professional manner.
Cleaning The Winter Cover For Storage
After removing the cover Sunrise Pool will take the winter cover to a driveway or other hardscaped area, preferably on a slant or slope for easier drainage. Thoroughly sweep and hose off the cover, and use cleaner or treatment if it’s recommended by the manufacturer of the cover. Allow to dry completely before storing. Tightly roll or fan-fold the cover and wrap with rope or use strapping to keep it tight. Store the pool cover indoors or in a garage - away from insects, rodents and moisture.
Remove Plugs, Etc
Sunrise Pool will remove expansion or freeze plugs from the surface skimmers and wall returns, and restore directional fittings. Empty water from the water tubes (if your pool has them).
Check the Filter and Pump
Sunrise Pool will inspect the filter and pump for possible damaged or worn parts and buy a replacement.
If applicable we will reconnect and install your internal lighting.
Check for Cracks
Fiberglass or concrete pools should be examined for cracks in the pool and on tile. We will look for chips in the plaster and indentations on the deck and coping. We will give you an estimate on repairs.
Sunrise Pool will reinstall safety rails, slides, ladders, diving boards or the newer and safer jump boards.