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Partial Pool Service Plan: The Dependable Helper of North Richland Hills Pools

The Partial Pool Service Plan is ideal for North Richland Hills homeowners who have some free time in their schedule to handle the necessary vacuuming and netting themselves.

See the info below showing the service duties of What We Do vs What You Do for the Partial Pool Service Plan.

Pricing from $88/month

What We Do

We clean your automatic pool cleaner (bag / filter).
We verify your automatic pool cleaner operation.
We analyze your pool water and apply the correct chemicals and minerals to keep your water in peak condition.
We keep your pool water healthy and treat any algae. See our No Algae Guarantee.
We empty your pool skimmer and pump baskets.
We brush your pool (tiles, steps, walls).
We check your pool equipment.
We backwash your filter on regular basis.
We help you monitor your pool operations by reporting any observations of pool issues.
We clean your pool sweep wall screen.

What You Do

Vacuum your pool as necessary.
Report to us any sightings of swimming pool issues.
Keep the pool equipment operating and approve repairs when needed.
Net your pool.
Maintain correct water level.

Things to Know

Required filter cleanings every 3-4/months.
Monthly plan cost based on a 4 week billing cycle.
There could be additional startup charges for the first cleaning & treatment.
Full Pool Service Equipment and Chemicals

Want less personal pool duties? Check out our Full Pool Service Plan.

About North Richland Hills Texas Swimming Pools

It is common knowledge that inground pools are the leading type of pool in North Richland Hills, TX. This popular pool type gives homeowners the ability to customize the swimming pool's design to their exact liking. However, a few issues exist that North Richland Hills pool owners should be aware. The first is that since inground pools have a somewhat rough texture, unlike other pools like fiberglass or vinyl, algae growth is more likely to start. Pool owners must also know that if metal based chemicals are used it can stain your pool's floor. Removing the stain requires special procedures.