If you run into a problem with your home pool and must shut it down for a day or two, the worst thing you face is the disappointed faces of your family. If it happens at your private club, resort, hotel or other property, the consequences are far more involved. Having to put up a “pool closed” sign isn’t going to make you very popular and could hurt the reputation of your establishment. That is why, when it comes to commercial swimming pools, it is vitally important to have a good maintenance and repair plan in place.
The chemicals in your pool are one of the biggest maintenance concerns, not only to meet stringent state and national regulations, but also to keep your guests safe and avoid costly lawsuits. Health risks and chemical burns are completely avoidable with proper maintenance and close attention to water balance. The condition of commercial swimming pools is also important to monitor. A broken tile can cut someone, a worn ladder can break, or faded signage can result in diving in shallow water, resulting in injury.
Keeping up with commercial swimming pools isn’t a task for the standard maintenance crew to handle. It calls for expertise and certification that you can only get with a professional service that is licensed to work with commercial swimming pools.