Pool Draining Services in Maricopa County, Arizona
We specialize in the 2 hour pool drain!
Are you looking for the most efficient way to drain your pool in Maricopa County, Arizona? Unlike many of our competitors using sump pumps (which are often un-operable in high heat) we use a high-powered pump that is purpose built for draining pools. Instead of waiting 24-48 hours for your pool to drain we can drain the pool in around 2 hours and then quickly get to work cleaning the pool or cleaning the pool tiles.
Arizona Pool Drain is a pool service company based out of Queen Creek, AZ and serving all of Maricopa County. We specialize in draining pools that are about to be cleaned, repaired or even removed. If you need to have your pool drained and cleaned quickly and for an affordable price, you’ll be glad you’ve found our website!
Why Should You Drain Your Pool Every 2-4 Years?
We spend a lot of time every year cleaning pools. When you clean a pool, or do tile work, usually the pool has to be drained. If you’ve kept up on your pool maintenance and the pool still looks great after a few years, should you still drain it…? The answer is YES! and we’ll explain below.
Residential swimming pools should be drained every few years and the water replaced because of excessive accumulation of Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) in the water. In the summertime, temperatures can easily reach 100 – 110 degrees. These high temperatures we experience in Arizona combined with our low humidity and often windy conditions the evaporation rate in your swimming pool is greatly excelled.
When water evaporates from your swimming pool, only H2O dissipates. The TDS (total dissolved solids) remain in your pool. As your pool water is continuously replenished with fresh water supply through the automatic water fill. The water coming into the pool, also has a TDS factor. Thus, there is a slow but steady rise in TDS in most residential pools.
Everything that enters the body of water in the pool: dirt, leaves, chemicals, sun screens, lotions, and everything else has a TDS Factor which contributes to the overall rise of TDS in your pool water.
When the TDS level of your pool rises, subtle problems start to occur. Calcium deposits at the water line, brown manganese stains, salty taste to water, irritation to skin and eyes, and the list go’s on….As the TDS rises higher and higher these problems amplify to a point where the swimming pool will begin to deteriorate. At high levels of TDS, calcium will begin to replace the plaster in gunite pools. This will expose itself as a dime sized circle on the plaster. At this point the calcium deposits at the water line will have grown to resemble a stalactite and manganese stains may be very evident.
That is exactly why you should not let the TDS level rise to these levels. The solution given by the pool industry at this time would be to drain and acid wash the pool and bead blast the tile. After the pool cleaner has finished his job the most important thing a swimming pool owner should do is check chemicals once per week and backflush the system once per month as a regular pool maintenance program.
Remember, If your pool is out of control and in need of our help we are a pool cleaner service providing a complete swimming pool cleaning service that does both swimming pool drains and green swimming pool cleaning.