You know the feeling. Five minutes after you have just meticulously fished through the whole pool with your net to remove that last piece of scum, the wind blows, and three dried leaves come floating gracefully down into your pristine water. A challenge that every pool owner knows all too well is the issue of tree leaves, sticks, and other debris falling into the pool at all times of the year here in the Miami area. This is an everyday problem that most people will not be able to eliminate, because even if you cut down all your trees, you will probably get some debris from grass clippings, your neighbors’ trees, or even dust that the wind blows through the air. Anyway, you like your trees and wouldn’t think of cutting them down and losing the cool shade they provide.
Tree and lawn debris in your pool can either float on the surface or sink to the bottom. Either way, it introduces foreign matter that promotes the growth of algae and slime, requiring you to brush or vacuum your pool and clean the filters regularly.
Let’s face it: The time commitment for removing this debris from your pool can be intense, and when you’re carrying a busy schedule, it can feel like a frustrating exercise in futility to fight against your trees every time you want to get into the pool. We get it. You’re busy, and it doesn’t make sense to use your time for pool cleaning, because the opportunity cost is too high. Your pool is for recreation, and every minute you spend cleaning is a minute of your hoped-for recreation that you’re sacrificing.
This is why it makes sense to schedule an automatic, twice-a-week pool service. Our technicians will take on the conflict between the pool and the trees, and we are very good at winning that battle. Getting your Miami pool clean, and keeping it clean, shouldn’t be a headache. Give us a call today and reclaim your recreation time.